Develop partnership with The Steve Fund to develop sustainable practice to support the mental health and emotional well-being of students of color.
SwiftKick an inspirational and energizing program for New Student Orientation. The goals are to get new students excited about the idea of maximizing their college experience by getting involved on campus beyond the classroom.
Mental Health First Aid Training
Mental Health First Aid is a skills-based training course that teaches participants about mental health and substance-use issues. Brockport will host 5-Mental Health First Aid training sessions for Student Leaders & Student Employees (max participant is 30).
AAC&U Expert Training Day - “Becoming a Student Ready College” by Dr. Tia Brown McNair
Dr. Tia Brown McNair is the Vice President in the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Student Success and Executive Director for the Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation (TRHT) Campus Centers at the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) in Washington, DC.
ACHA-National College Health Assessment (NCHA)
The ACHA-National College Health Assessment (NCHA) is a nationally recognized research survey that can assist colleges in collecting comprehensive data about students’ health habits, mental health, behaviors, and perceptions.
Clifton Strength Quest Training for Students
CliftonStrengths assessment helps people excel. Strengths-based is used to empowers people to maximize their infinite potential. Focus less on being well-rounded and more on becoming better at what you’re already great at.
Clifton Strength Quest Training for Campus Facilitators
This 12-hour course (four day training) teaches leaders how to facilitate strengths interventions with groups and teams by incorporating strengths into existing programming. Currently have two campus trained facilitators, would like to expand to include four additional trainers.
Student Athletic Mental Health Series
Specific mental health support for student athletes.
Consortium on Trauma, Illness & Grief in Schools through UNYCC
UNYCC collaborates across all institutional types (community colleges, privates and state-operated) to foster innovative initiatives across all areas of higher education.
Emotional Emancipation Circles
Emotional Emancipation Circles (EECs) are evidence-informed, psychologically sound, culturally grounded, and community-defined self-help support groups designed to help heal the trauma caused by anti-Black racism.