Healthy State Events
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted everyone in some way and Healthy State is engaged in efforts to empower students to find ways to be safe and help others stay safe. We want to see your masks. Show us your masks by tagging @BeWellGSU and use #GSUMaskUp. We have 50 BeWellGSU masks – show us your mask, complete a brief survey, and we will send 50 students a BeWellGSU mask.
Suicide Prevention month is the focus of Healthy State September. If you’re concerned about yourself or someone else, please call the Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 [available 24/7, free and confidential]. Learn the five steps that can help prevent a suicide. Use #HealthyStateGSU spread the word about suicide prevention, and show how we can all take action and make an impact in someone’s life. Share #BeThe1To’s 5 action steps, as well as resources, tips and messages throughout National Suicide Prevention Month and beyond.
Domestic Violence Prevention
Food Insecurities Awareness
Healthy State of Mind
The Healthy State theme for the month is “New Decade – New Me: My 2021 Vision!” The events focus on providing students an opportunity to reflect on their well-being, envision their future, and act on new health and well-being goals associated with their academic success. Use #HealthyStateGSU to share tips for self-reflection, opportunities to create a vision board, and opportunities for student involvement focused on the association of health and well-being to student academic success.
February is Love Your Body Month. The Healthy State events focus on providing students an opportunity to learn ways to take care of their bodies and mind. “Dear Me, Be Kind to Me,” is the theme for the month. Use #ILoveMeGSU to share tips for self-care of mind and body.
March is a Healthy State of Mind.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month.