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    Overview

    We provide many resources and educational opportunities which align with our goal to promote holistic individual and community wellness. While we are a student-facing office, we are happy to collaborate with faculty and staff to collaborate on programming, as well as provide guidance on their unique roles in facilitating student and community wellness. 

      Workshops and Programs: Our workshops and programs are designed to advance knowledge and build skills, particularly around areas of substance use and abuse, preventing sexual and relationship violence, and mental health.  We welcome students, faculty, and staff collaboration in creating new programs or working to develop a special iteration of something already-existing. 

        Initiatives: Our ongoing initiatives often use a multimedia approach to sustain engagement from campus community and build awareness around our work. 

        Handouts and Health Resource PDFs: Our office maintains plenty of handouts and flyers to meet your needs. Stop by for information on healthy relationships, stress and resilience, STI information, finding a therapist, and much more.

        BADASS: Our BADASS--Be Aware Decide to Act Say Something--active bystander intervention training aims to incite individual responsibility to create a compassionate community by teaching students to recognize and reduce incidents of harm on campus.

        For RAs: RA’s are important and valued partners in our work and we frequently work with them to bring both passive and active programming to their halls.

        Cocurricular (Coming Soon!): Students’ academic work frequently intersects with our areas of focus, and we hope to make meaningful connections between their studies and their life experience. Additionally, because course content can be emotionally and mentally taxing for students we aim to support faculty in creating a trauma-informed classroom which can accommodate all students.