Emotional Balance represents the ability to tolerate and withstand daily and long-term distractions such as physical or mental discomfort, pain, or stress while still living out one's life in a healthy manner.
- Student Center for Health and Well-being: Works to enhance personal development, physical and emotional well-being, and responsible life choices in a supportive community.
- Counseling Services
- Clean Recovery Services
- Alcohol and Drug Prevention
- Violence Prevention
- Eating Issues and Body Image Awareness
- Sexual Assault
- Storm's Advocates
- Student Support Services: Educational opportunity outreach programs designed to motivate and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
- Arrowhead Psychological Clinic: Provides counseling and therapy right here in Duluth.
Mental Health Association of MN: Works to enhance mental health, promote individual empowerment, and increase access to treatment and services.
- PAVSA: Program that educates, supports, and aids to victims of sexual assault.
- Human Development Center: Leads our community by providing integrated, culturally respectful mental health and addiction services that foster hope, self-determination, and recovery.
Essentia Health: Find local behavioral health facilities, services, and specialists.
How CSS Stewards Finding Balance:
- Speak Up!, a student run organization, promotes healthy relationships whether that be between friends, partners, family members, etc. This organization works to educate CSS about domestic violence, sexual assault, and healthy relationships.
- Active Minds, a student run organization designed to raise awareness about mental health, strives to decrease the stigma associated with mental health issues by holding events throughout the year.
Life Happens workshops, presented by the Student Center for Health and Well-Being, are offered to students throughout the academic year to inform and support CSS students in their personal and professional development.
Stress Resilience Calculator: Let the Stress Knowledge Company analyze your stress level.
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