Mental Health at HPW:
Our goal is to increase social support around mental health and mental health promotion in order to foster a community of caring, help seeking behavior, and a sense of belonging for SFSU students.
We do this by:
- Increase suicide prevention knowledge and skills in the campus community
- Increase sleep promotion in the campus community
- Increase campus wide mental health promotion & self-care opportunities for students
- Implementing various programs, events, and awareness campaigns
Mental Health Programs
Therapy Animals aims to build community through stress relief activities, and raise awareness of mental health and wellness resources on campus.
Tea Time Out highlights tea as an alternative to coffee and less caffeine. Learn how caffeine impacts sleep and how you need sleep to get A's!
Self-Care Station highlights the importance of self-care. Learn various self-care strategies including aromatherapy, gratitude, etc!
Storytelling Thursday is a community listening project where trained listeners offer to listen to anyone about anything!
Attend an interactive workshop to learn about a variety of mental health topics, or request a mental health workshop for a class, organization, or student group here.
Feeling stress, depression, anxious, or sleepy? Learn about various resources that can help you!
If you need someone to talk to right now, text the Crisis Text Line (Text HOME to 741741), call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline (1-800-273-8255), or call the Trevor Project LGBTQ Lifeline (1-866-488-7386) for 24/7 support.