Out of the Darkness Campus Walk
Friday, September 29 at 4pm
at the EMU Lake House
Opening Comments from Congresswoman Debbie Dingell
SAFE Now, in conjunction with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, is hosting an Out of the Darkness Campus Walk on Sept. 29. Registration starts at 3pm!
The Out of the Darkness Campus Walk is a 50/50 fundraiser. 50% of the proceeds come to EMU to support our effort to end the stigma and fear surrounding issues of mental health and suicide. You can sign up to participate as an individual, or in a team - like your student organization!
Our goal with this event is to talk about suicide prevention and reducing the stigma about mental illness - we welcome everyone to come, regardless of ability to donate!
To learn more, contact:
SAMHSA Grant Co-Coordinator
NEED LBC CREDIT?
Take the FREE Kognito Training!
Kognito Training is an approved source of LBC Credit! You will receive a certificate once your training is complete that you can print and use for LBC credit.
Kognito training is free for students and aims to help you build the necessary skills for talking with your friends who are dealing with problems! Kognito training is a unique, game-based simulation where you will learn how to recognize signs of distress, approach a friend you're worried about, and determine where you and your friend can turn for help!
Kognito Training is also available, for free, to faculty and staff.
Watch now: What is SAFE Now?
The mission of EMU SAFE Now is to decrease the negative stigma on our campus that surrounds talking about suicide and other mental health issues. Our Personal Stories series features EMU students who wanted to share their stories of overcoming struggles related to mental health and mental illness.
EMU SAFE Now has new informational posters available for you to download and share! We house our posters on our Posters page. New posters will be available soon!