Tuesday, October 23
Today we mourn the loss of Lauren McCluskey, a member of our campus community and University of Utah family. We are thinking of Lauren, her family and friends, fellow student peers and athletes, and larger community affected by last night's senseless act.
If you are hurting today, please know there are resources available on campus ready to support you. This includes the University Counseling Center (UCC), Women's Resource Center, and the Employee Assistance Program. UCC is providing counselors in their Mindfulness Center today (SSB 344), as well as the residence halls on campus (visit their homepage for times and locations). We would love to help connect you with these support services if you need assistance. Please don't hesitate to call us today - 801-581-7776.
We want to make sure that anyone who has experienced, or is currently experiencing dating or domestic violence has the support they need. If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call 911. For 24/7 information and support, please call the Domestic Violence Link Line at 1-800-897-5465. Our CSW Victim-Survivor Advocates (VSAs) are confidential and trained to support students, faculty, and staff who are survivors of, or currently experiencing DV. If you want to speak with a VSA, please reach out to us - 801-581-7776.
We know the impacts of interpersonal violence ripple out and can affect the community surrounding the victim. Our community is a strong one, bounded by shared values of community, care, and compassion. We honor these values in part by supporting our fellow students, staff, and faculty. We encourage you to do the same. Take the time and space to care for yourselves today. If you find yourself or a friend experiencing distress, please seek out any of the support resources mentioned above.
With love and respect ~ the CSW
Center for Student Wellness
The goal of the Center for Student Wellness is to help students have successful academic and personal experiences by encouraging comprehensive wellness. We accomplish this by providing information and resources in the form of health education and advocacy services.
Health Education: 801-581-7776 // firstname.lastname@example.org
- We provide health education information, presentations, & prevention trainings on various topics. We also provide direct services, such as HIV/STD testing and well coaching. See our services page to learn more about workshops and events.
- Eccles Student Life Center, Ste. 2100 // Monday thru Friday // 9 am to 5 pm
Victim-Survivor Advocacy: 801-581-7779 // email@example.com
- Our advocates are trained to support survivors of sexual and relationship violence. If you or someone you know is in need of advocacy services, please contact our advocates.
- Student Services Bldg., Room 328 // Monday thru Friday // 8 am to 5 pm
2pm - 4pm
Bystander Intervention training (for students)
Marriott Library - J. Willard (M LIB)