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C-SC to join national mental health campaign

C-SC to join national mental health campaign

2 weeks, 4 days ago by Scott Hardy

College will introduce "The Green Bandana Project" Friday morning

A Northeast Missouri college says it wants to educate its' students more about mental health issues and suicide awareness.

Culver-Stockton College says that its' Office of Counseling Wellness and the Department of Psychology will launch the Green Bandana Project Friday morning at 11:30 AM in Meaders Lounge. C-SC says that the event will help educate students about the Green Bandana Project. That's a nationwide mental health awareness and suicide prevention movement. A statement says this will allow Culver-Stockton students to become more aware, and to watch out for their fellow students. Students will learn about campus wellness by understanding mental health resources and discussing the topic with their peers. C-SC President Douglas B. Palmer said the Green Bandana Project is a response to a national mental health crisis. He said that a college mental health task force, made up of faculty, staff and students, found the project through social media campaigns on other college campuses.

During the official launch, students will learn more about becoming members of The Green Bandana Project. Members of the project are identified by a lime-green bandana on their backpack, which shows they have local resources for mental health.

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