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“Grable does not just advocate for those impacted by sexual assault. She acts as a resource for students who face food, housing and financial insecurity, mental health challenges or anything that prevents a student from living out their college years to the fullest.”
National Alliance of Mental Illnesses partners with Butler programs to bring more mental health resources to campus.
“Ultimately, what’s most important is that they are here to help you.”
Sometimes it can be hard to think of what to do for self-care, or how to access free options available on campus. Here is a list of some soothing possibilities.
“As a young woman, college has taught me that men have a lot more audacity than I previously thought possible. Who knew that I could get criticized on almost every aspect of my life by someone who is not living it?”
“If a person isn’t prepared to have difficult or uncomfortable conversations, they have no business getting into relationships where they could hurt other people.”
Celebrity suicides show the disconnect between outward appearance and mental state.
Celebrities are sharing mental health stories and creating platforms to support those who may be struggling with mental health.
Butler University’s Counseling and Consultation Services offer suicide prevention and LGBTQ+ allyship training for staff and students every semester