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walk of hope 2019     2nd Annual Walk of Hope

We invite you to join us for the second annual  WALK OF HOPE at Stony Brook University on Wednesday, September 18, 2019. This walk unites our campus community and reminds us that we all have a part in suicide prevention. We will begin our walk in the SAC Plaza at 1pm. Guest speakers, faculty and staff will share their experiences after the walk when we meet back in the Student Activities Center Auditorium. 


 

 


 

Suicide Prevention Month Programming
at Stony Brook University

We have a month full of events that help us honoring those lost to suicide and aiming to raise awareness around suicide prevention.  September 2019 schedule:

September 3rd @ 3:30PM- Let's Talk in LGBTQ* Center

September 4th @ 1PM - QPR Training in SAC 311

September 4th @ 1PM - Mindfulness Meditation in CAPS

September 5th @ 4:30PM - Let's Talk in the UNITI Cultural Center

September 6th @ 12PM - Let's Talk in the VESO Lounge (Roth 103)

September 9th @ 11AM - Let's Talk in HSC

September 10th - National Suicide Prevention Day

September 10th  @ 3:30PM- Let's Talk in LGBTQ* Center

September 11th @ 12PM - Let's Talk in Athletics

September 11th @ 12PM - Mindfulness Meditation in CAPS

September 12th @ 3:30PM - Mindfulness Meditation in HSC

September 13th @ 1PM - Global Minds Alliance in Roth 122

September 16th  @ 11AM - Let's Talk in HSC  

September 17th  @ 3:30PM- Let's Talk in LGBTQ* Center

September 18th @ 1PM - WALK OF HOPE

September 19th  @ 3:30PM   - Mindfulness Meditation in HSC

September 19th @ 4:30PMLet's Talk in the UNITI Cultural Center

September 20th @ 12PMLet's Talk in the VESO Lounge (Roth 103)

September 20th @ 1PM - QPR Training in SAC 311

September 23rd @ 11AM - Let's Talk in HSC

September 24th @ 1PM - PALS Event in LDS Center

September 24th @ 7PM - QPR Training in SAC 306

September 25th @ 12PM - Let's Talk in Athletics

September 25th @ 1PM - Mindfulness Meditation in CAPS

September 26th @ 3:30PM - Mindfulness Meditation in HSC

September 27th @ 1PM - Global Minds Alliance in Roth 122

S eptember 27th @ 6PM - Healing Arts in SAC Ballroom B

 


 

HOPE COMMITTEE

The Hope Committee is a team of individuals and departments working together to bring awareness to suicide prevention on campus. Anyone is welcome to join the committee.
The committee includes members from:

Academic and Transfer Advising
Athletics
Center for Prevention and Outreach
Commuter Student Services & Off-Campus Living
Counseling and Psychological Services
Faculty Student Association
Interfaith Center
LGBTQ* Services
Office of the Dean of Students
Office of Veteran Affairs
Pre-Professional Advising
Residential Programs
School of Health Technology Management (Southampton)
School of Nursing
Sociology Department
Student Affairs Communications
Student Engagement and Activities 

If you are interested in joining The Hope Committee please contact:
Danielle Merolla at danielle.merolla@stonybrook.edu 


 

RESOURCES

Do you know someone looking for help? Below are a list of on and off campus resources for the Stony Brook Community. 

On-Campus Resources

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Walk in consultation. Individual, couples and group therapy. Mindfulness meditation. Psychiatry services. 
West Campus: Student Health Center (walk-in consultation available)
East Campus: Health Science Center, 3rd Floor, Room 3-040F (by appointment only) 
CAPS Day Time Phone Number: (631) 632-6720
CAPS After Hours: (631) 632-6720, option 2

Let's Talk

Brief, informal, confidential conversation with a counselor available at various locations on campus. Just walk right in. 

Off-Campus Resources

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (24/7 Hotline)

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Response of Suffolk County (24/7 Hotline)

(631) 751-7500

The Trevor Lifeline (for LGBTQ* Students)

(866) 488-7386

Veterans Crisis Line

1-800-273-8255 (option 1)

Crisis Text Line

Text Hello to 741-741

 

"Strength comes from reaching out!"