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Mental Health and Wellness Services

Schedule of Events

Save the Date for our

Out of the Darkness Campus Walk to support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Saturday, April 29, 2023 -  Veterans Plaza, Ammerman Campus

More details to come!

Community Through Creativity

Interested in creative arts projects and events?  Reach out to Evan Haun at to learn more about how to get involved.

Just Breathe Sessions - Spring Sessions

Take some time to DE-STRESS and RECHARGE this semester with mindful breathing, light movement and meditation. A calming space to take a break and learn skills to manage stress.

Dates/Times: TBA

Location: TBA

One Billion Rising Event

**Michael J. Grant Campus**

Raising awareness to end rape and sexual violence against women and those who identify to gender identities that are subject to sexual violence.

Wednesday, February 16 -  Captree Cafeteria

11:00 am -12:30 pm

Learn more by clicking HERE!

Sponsored by the Take Back the Night Committee, Women's Club and Mental Health and Wellness Services

Campus Conversations: A Series from the Crime Victims Center

** Ammerman Campus**

Hate Crime Prevention

This program defines the conduct that constiutes a Hate Crime as well as how it can be reported.  Participants learn about prejudice, discrimination, stereotyping and the seriousness of Hate Crimes and how they affect victims and communities.  Overviews of the criminal justice and judicial processes are provided along with a detailed description of the rights of crime victims, the services to which they are entitled under the law and how to access these resources.

Wednesday, March 1 - Mildred Green Room

12:30 pm - 1:45 pm

Stalking:  Know It. Name It. Stop It.

This workshop gives an in-depth description of the many different aspects of stalking.  The program goes into the importance of context, knowing the different types of stalking behaviors and includes role play scenarios.

Tuesday, March 7 - Mildred Green Room

11:00 am - 12:15 pm















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