Attend a Training
Wellness and Prevention Services provides free 30 minute online training available 24/7 in the comfort of your own office/home.
Instructions on how to access the online training are available here.
Customizable 30 minute to 2 hour in-person suicide prevention discussions are available for groups of 10+ people by request.
You may request a 50 minute presentation from our peer educators regarding mental well-being for your class or student organization. Available presentations are:
- Repost:Rethink Trivia is a presentation that provides information and skills about assessing the impact of social media posts, specifically as it relates to suicide prevention and mental health. Sponsored by the Department of Wellness and Prevention Services and facilitated by members of WE CAN, students will have the opportunity to participate in a number of trivia activities that will help them to understand suicide contagion and apply safe messaging techniques in regards to social media posts.This presentation requires a computer, internet access and a projector/display screen
- Take Ten is a presentation that provides education regarding meditation techniques, mindfulness skills, and Koru Mindfulness classes. Sponsored by the Department of Wellness and Prevention Services and facilitated by members of WE CAN, students will have the opportunity to practice meditation and engage in group discussion, in order to help them understand how meditation can be used as a stress management tool. Time: 50-60 minutes
- Mindful Mountaineers is a presentation that provides information about the importance of mental well-being. Sponsored by the Department of Wellness and Prevention Services and facilitated by members of WE CAN, students will have the opportunity to participate in a number of activities that will help them to identify reasons why stress occurs and stress management techniques including, but not limited to sleeping habits and self-care. Time: 50-60 minutes
Local and National Resources
Counseling and Psychological Services Center
University Police Department
Emergencies: (828) 262-8000
Office of the Dean of Students
Counseling for Faculty
Daymark Recovery Services
After Hours/Crises Line: (828) 264-4357
The Trevor Project
Text HOME to 741741