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Librarians will be here all summer to support your research needs. We also give great recommendations for summer reading.
Diversity Resources: Mental Health Awareness
This resource guide is sponsored by the Lander University Diversity Advisory Council.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, which raises awareness for individuals living with mental or behavioral issues, and seeks to reduce the stigma that they experience. We suggest celebrating Mental Health Awareness month by understanding how stress impacts your body, developing your support network, and reaching out to friends or family members that you believe may be struggling.
The 2022 Mental Health America's theme for the Mental Health Month Toolkit is "Back to Basics." The goal is "to provide foundational knowledge about mental health & mental health conditions and information about what people can do if their mental health is a cause for concern." Visit the MHA website for more information on the Toolkit.
Mental Health Stories, Self Care, and Informative Books
The connection between our physical body and our mental health is important and may be something worth exploring when thinking about staying mentally healthy. Learn more about whole health and what you can do to improve your overall wellness
ADAA is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention, treatment, and cure of anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, and co-occurring disorders through the alignment of science, treatment, and education.
Lander | Support Services
Lander University provides students with free counseling services to students. Contact the Wellness Center for more information.
Faculty and Staff can contact the Office of Human resources for information on The LifeService Employee Assistance Program (EAP). The EAP is a University funded benefit that offers the support and resources you need to achieving balance through total well-being.t provides confidential professional assessment, referral assistance, in-person, and telephonic counseling services with licensed professional counselors.
Lander University provides free wellness screenings. If you decide to complete one of these screenings, you will learn if how you are feeling, acting, or behaving could be a symptom of something more serious. If this is the case, please call Counseling Services at 864-388-8885 to schedule an appointment with a counselor.