Mental Health Outreach & Advocacy

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Mental Health Outreach and Advocacy

The mental health outreach and advocacy program is grounded in teaching students  how to promote their well-being by developing effective coping strategies and creating and sustaining satisfying relationships while at Binghamton and beyond.

Topic Areas of Focus

To request a workshop or training, or for more information email:

Mental Health Outreach Peer Educators (M-HOPE)

The peer educator group, M-HOPE, provides students with tips about coping skills, managing stress, increasing emotional awareness, and understanding how to engage in self care. In addition, M-HOPE educates students about on and off-campus resources, and how to navigate them; and trains students how to help friends who may be struggling. Check out the program offerings and resources below. 


M-HOPE Mission

Through outreach and advocacy, M-HOPE Interns are dedicated to make Binghamton University a healthier and safer living and learning environment by:

  1. Educating the Binghamton campus community about mental health and wellness,
  2. Connecting the community with University and off-campus resources, and
  3. Working to reduce stigma around mental health issues through formal programming and informal dialogue.

The M-HOPE team serves the campus in many ways, including:

  • Campus-wide programs,
  • Outreach and tabling,
  • Facilitating first year seminar lectures,
  • RA events,
  • Serving on campus committees,
  • and more!

We would love to work with you! To complete our  workshop/training request form CLICK HERE .

If you have any questions, please email the MHOPE program staff at 

University Counseling Center (UCC)

Note that the mental health outreach and advocacy program works closely with the Binghamton University Counseling Center

At some point during their college experience, students may encounter personal, social, career or academic issues that call for assistance beyond the advice provided by friends and family. The UCC provides a variety of free and confidential counseling and referral services delivered by professional counselors.