You are not alone. Memorial has programs and people to help you if you need support.
Memorial's Wellness Programs are designed to educate students about self-care and healthy lifestyles.
If you need further information, e-mail Kelly Neville, the Wellness Program Co-ordinator firstname.lastname@example.org or call 864-8874.
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Through individualized personal counselling, outpatient psychiatric services and a wide range of group counselling, professional staff and faculty at the Counselling Centre help students to develop their own unique resources.
The Counselling Centre also helps students develop their study strategies through academic support programming. The Centre offers support for study problems in which students learn to apply strategies for managing university level academic work more effectively.
Memorial’s Chaplaincy aims to provide the university community with spiritual support, guidance, counselling and resources. They also offer a listening ear for those who simply need to talk about their personal experiences.
They provide support for memorial services on campus, mentor students in faith-focused student groups and associations and now have a more formal role in the new Student Support and Crisis Management unit in Student Life.
Are you or a friend in crisis?