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While drinking may be a part of the college experience for some, it has the potential to become a serious issue. This month, take time to learn more about alcohol and the impact it can have on individuals, families and the community. Click here to get started.
The Jed Foundation teamed up with the Clinton Foundation, Facebook and Instagram to create a guide designed to help you recognize online warning signs that a friend may be distressed, including recommendations for taking action and offering support. Click here to read (and download!) this very useful resource.
Most of us tend to think that all stress is bad; however, some stress can be a good thing. Click here to learn about the benefits and side effects of stress, and how to tell if you’re experiencing too much.
Students experiencing thoughts of suicide or other mental health emergencies while on campus should immediately contact the Wellness Center during business hours by phone or by walking in (located on the 2nd floor of the Kline Annex) or after hours by calling the Department of Public Safety at 717-245-1111 for assistance by the on-call team. If these concerns arise while out of the local area, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).