Maintaining mental wellness is more difficult as a college student.
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It’s mental health month, and CSULB offers a plethora of mental health resources for students; here are some programs that should be utilized.
Project OCEAN looks to combat suicide with QPR training sessions.
University Police said the body of a male, not affiliated with the university, was found on campus on Wednesday afternoon after an apparent suicide.
Kevin Caparoso has a conversation with Alfredo Alfaro, Project Ocean’s Registration Coordinator, about mental health awareness for World Mental Health Day on Oct. 10.
CAPS and Project Ocean offered a free, two-day mental health training that focused on education on mental illness and suicide prevention tools.
The Counseling and Psychology Services director sits down to recap the program’s progress and plans for the future.
Light the Night with Hope, hosted by CAPS and Project OCEAN, was held on Nov. 20 at the Friendship Walk. It brought the CSULB community together for an evening of hope, inspiration and remembrance for those who have died by suicide.
As National First-Generation College Student day approaches, different departments came together Nov. 7 to celebrate the school’s first-gen students.
Many health organizations on campus came together on Tuesday to support CSULB students and raise awareness for World Suicide Prevention Day.