Congratulations to our September Chapter of the Month, University of Kansas!



Our chapter at the University of Kansas has been up to some great things lately!

The University of Kansas has co-founded the Douglas County Suicide Prevention Coalition, a local non-profit in the Lawrence area. There are monthly meeting that the University of Kansas Active Minds takes part in with various representatives from around the community.  The Douglas County Suicide Prevention Coalition is dedicated to putting on events to spread outreach and that aim to better educate the area.

The University of Kansas has also been in the process of partnering with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) to co-sponsor a speaking event in the Lawrence area.

Along with working in their community, the University of Kansas Active Minds has also done so much to help those who are struggling with mental health on their campus.  The Active Minds chapter at the University of Kansas has worked, and is still working, to change housing policies so that students requiring leaves of absences from school for mental health reasons were not under threat of eviction.  They also recently held a successful co-event discussing sexual abuse and mental health.

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Chapters: What Does Your Fundraising Money Support?


400pluschaptersThe Active Minds network is growing rapidly! On average, we are opening five new chapters a week and fielding requests from many others working on joining in the near future.

In order to support our increasing number of chapters and expansive programs and ensure the future and success of our mission, we need everyone’s help.

When you support Active Minds, you are helping to bring mental health education, resources and training opportunities to 2.3 million students (and counting!).

Thank you for supporting these life-saving efforts that help change the conversation about mental health across the globe. Check out our new infographic below for more details. Continue Reading