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Active Minds is changing the conversation about mental health. We strive to reduce stigma because seeking help is a sign of strength and not something to be ashamed of. 

For the Fall 2022 semester, we plan to meet in person, with an option to join via Zoom. Watch the announcements for the latest. All are welcome (students, faculty, and staff). 

If you are interested in getting involved, please contact the Active Minds Advisor, Andrea Kurtz, at kurtza@mtmary.edu.

 

Meeting Schedule for Fall 2022: Join us every other Wednesday at noon in NDH 137:
Sept. 7 & 21
Oct. 5, 19, & 26
Nov. 16 & 30
Everyone is welcome (undergraduate/graduate students, faculty, staff, and administration). Bring your friends!

Voices of Leadership 2022: Diana Chao

This year, the Women's Leadership Institute features Active Minds Speaker's Bureau speaker, Diana Chao. You won't want to miss it!

Help is Available

Mount Mary's Counseling & Wellness Center offers free individual counseling services to all undergraduate and graduate students. 

Mount Mary Public Safety: (414) 930-3333

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Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: call or text 988 or chat 988lifeline.org

Crisis Text Line: Text "HOME" to 741741 — from anywhere, anytime, about any type of challenge or struggle. Help and hope are just a text away.

If you are worried that someone may be considering suicide, find support immediately by texting “HOME” to 741741. Stay with them until they are safe. If you're on campus, call the Public Safety Office at (414) 930-3333 or (414) 807-9560. 

Check Us Out On Social Media

Instagram: @MMUActiveMinds

Facebook: Active Minds at Mount Mary University

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Friends of Active Minds

Check out our friends, WE ARE SAATH Milwaukee

WE ARE SAATH Milwaukee is a nonprofit organization and social movement about Mental Health awareness in the South Asian community that's similar to Active Minds. After successfully launching at Marquette University, they would like to include more people across Milwaukee.

Their mission is to increase access to mental health resources for the South Asian community through education, activism, and storytelling. Their events include meaningful dialogues, de-stressors, social activities, guest speakers, and more. They do NOT provide any kind of healthcare services.

All are welcome regardless of background. Feel free to visit their Instagram or Facebook pages to see more. Anyone interested in getting involved or has questions can contact them at milwaukee@wearesaath.org.

We are SAATH