Resources for Civil and Racial Unrest
A MESSAGE TO OUR STUDENTS
In light of the significant disruption in the United States Capitol, the Wellness Center extends our support to those affected. These threatening and violent acts are disturbing. In addition, we are aware of the ongoing awareness of the inherent racism in the differential response of law enforcement and government officials to those inciting and perpetrating violence in recent days and the Black Lives Matter protests calling for a just and equal society. We recognize the emotional and psychological impact of witnessing violence, terrorism, and racist acts even if they take place at a physical distance, for all of our students.
Resources at MSJ:
As always, if you are in distress, please know we are here to help. Students may contact the Wellness Center Counseling Services at any time by calling 513-244-4949 or Patsy.Schwaiger@msj.edu.
If calling after hours, call 513-807-2516 to speak with the counselor on call or click TalkNow
to register at Lions.Health to access a 24/7 single session counseling service available to all of our full time students.
Managing stress related to political change
How To Cope With Trauma In A Time Of Civil Unrest
Mental Health Resources for Blacks, Indigenous People and People of Color
Coping After Disaster
Mental Health Resource Center