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Active Minds Programs

Active Minds is a national organization with chapters on college campuses across the country.  In addition to local events planned and run by our campus chapters, Active Minds offers to our chapters various national programs, along with programming guides and resources.  These programs include:

Active Minds Speakers Bureau

National Day without Stigma

National Mental Health on Campus Conference

National Stress Out Day

Send Silence Packing

Veterans and Mental Health

Emerging Scholars Fellowship

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Eating Disorders Awareness Week

Program Bank

Eric Trendell Chapter Development Grant

 

   

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Active Minds programs all contribute to our overall mission to increase student awareness of mental health, provide information and resources regarding mental health and mental illness, and encourage students to seek help as soon as it is needed.  

Active Minds Programs are designed and developed at the National Office and implemented by our student chapters.  Programmatic materials and support are distributed to students as one of the many benefits of being an Active Minds chapter.  Most of the program ideas, however, come from the students themselves, through recommendations from our Student Advisory Committee and suggestions from Active Minds chapter leaders.   All Active Minds programs involve an evaluation component and are continually being strengthened and improved.  As we continue to grow as an organization, so do our programs.  Be sure to check back here regularly for updates and to learn about our newest programmatic efforts.       

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Erik Oliver from Active Minds at Worcester Polytechnic Institute says:

 

erik_oliver_-_wpi"Looking back on my decision to start Active Minds at WPI, I could not be more pleased with how the organization has progressed on our campus as well as campuses all over the nation.  I really believe in a future where people will be better informed about mental health issues and will not be ashamed to say that they suffer from a mental illness."

 

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