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October

Healthy Campus Summit

10:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5

Join the Healthy Campus Initiative in the UU-Mandela Room and Old Union Hall for this free summit to learn about the impact a healthier campus can have on Binghamton University, its academics and you, personally and professionally. Multiple sessions will cover topics on creating a culture of health, current health behaviors, research initiatives and employee wellness. 

Keynote by Megan Amaya, director of health promotion and wellness and assistant professor in practice at the College of Nursing at Ohio State University and the president-elect for the National Consortium for Building Health Academic Communities. The complete schedule is online.

 

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may

Mental Health Advocate Certificate Series

ONGOING EVENT

What?

The Mental Health Advocate (MHA) Program aims to empower students to seek help and create a supportive peer environment. The goal is to decrease feelings of isolation, promote a safe and healthy campus environment, and encourage discussion about mental health on the Binghamton University campus. 

How?

Students attend five different trainings at their own pace in five different areas. These areas include Suicide Gatekeeper Training, Stigma, Interpersonal Skills, Life/Personal Development Skills, and an Awareness area of their choice. Progress is tracked in B-Engaged. Once completed, students are awarded the MHA Certificate.

I'm in! How do I get started?

Great! Email outreach@binghamton.edu to enroll in the program or with any questions you may have. We'll send you a welcome packet with a guide to get started, list of upcoming programs, and get you set up on B-Engaged. 

 

APRIL

Mental Health Advocate Certificate Series

ONGOING EVENT

What?

The Mental Health Advocate (MHA) Program aims to empower students to seek help and create a supportive peer environment. The goal is to decrease feelings of isolation, promote a safe and healthy campus environment, and encourage discussion about mental health on the Binghamton University campus. 

How?

Students attend five different trainings at their own pace in five different areas. These areas include Suicide Gatekeeper Training, Stigma, Interpersonal Skills, Life/Personal Development Skills, and an Awareness area of their choice. Progress is tracked in B-Engaged. Once completed, students are awarded the MHA Certificate.

Im in! How do I get started?

Great! Email outreach@binghamton.edu to enroll in the program or with any questions you may have. We'll send you a welcome packet with a guide to get started, list of upcoming programs, and get you set up on B-Engaged. 

 

march

Mental Health Advocate Certificate Series

ONGOING EVENT

What?

The Mental Health Advocate (MHA) Program aims to empower students to seek help and create a supportive peer environment. The goal is to decrease feelings of isolation, promote a safe and healthy campus environment, and encourage discussion about mental health on the Binghamton University campus. 

How?

Students attend five different trainings at their own pace in five different areas. These areas include Suicide Gatekeeper Training, Stigma, Interpersonal Skills, Life/Personal Development Skills, and an Awareness area of their choice. Progress is tracked in B-Engaged. Once completed, students are awarded the MHA Certificate.

I'm in! How do I get started?

Great! Email outreach@binghamton.edu to enroll in the program or with any questions you may have. We'll send you a welcome packet with a guide to get started, list of upcoming programs, and get you set up on B-Engaged. 

 

feb

Mental Health Advocate Certificate Series

ONGOING EVENT

What?

The Mental Health Advocate (MHA) Program aims to empower students to seek help and create a supportive peer environment. The goal is to decrease feelings of isolation, promote a safe and healthy campus environment, and encourage discussion about mental health on the Binghamton University campus. 

How?

Students attend 5 different trainings at their own pace in 5 different areas. These areas include Suicide Gatekeeper Training, Stigma, Interpersonal Skills, Life/Personal Development Skills, and an Awareness area of their choice. Progress is tracked in B-Engaged. Once completed, students are awarded the MHA Certificate.

I'm in! How do I get started?

Great! Email outreach@binghamton.edu to enroll in the program or with any questions you may have. We'll send you a welcome packet with a guide to get started, list of upcoming programs, and get you set up on B-Engaged. 


High Hopes Helpline 

Hours nightly from 8 p.m. - 11 p.m. 

High Hopes Helpline will be reopening this Monday, February 1, 2016! High Hopes is a student run helpline for Binghamton University students. Hours will be from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. The number is 607-777-HELP (4357).  It is not a line for crisis intervention, but is for a variety of things including loneliness, emotional events, information about resources, sexual health, issues around sexuality and gender expression, anxiety, stress, etc.


 

january

 


Last Updated: 9/21/16