The College of Charleston offers a variety of mental health resources and support for faculty and staff, including several workshops being offered this semester.
On Monday, Sept. 27, 2021, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Rivers Green, the College of Charleston's Office of Student Wellness and Wellbeing will hold “Stick Together, Reach Out for Suicide Prevention.”
Students 4 Support, a peer-to-peer counseling resource at the College of Charleston, will continue to be available via text during the institution's e-learning period.
On Thursday, May 3, 2018, the mental health nonprofit, The Invisible Illnesses, founded by Emily Torchiana '17, will host its first benefit at the Woolfe Street Playhouse.
The College of Charleston mental health initiative Connect 2 Hope will host world champion dragon boat racer Jessica Mokuahi Key at an event Wednesday, March 7, 2018.
A member of one of the nation's best-known political families and a leading advocate for the equal treatment of mental illness and addiction, Patrick Kennedy will speak on campus on Oct. 11, 2017.
Cougars basketball fan Bryan Derrickson is spreading mental health awareness through the positive, upbeat messages on his line of bdvibez hats – and giving part of every sale to Counseling and Substance Abuse Services at the College.
Psychology major Emily Torchiana is lifting the veil of stigma and speaking out about mental health and cyberbullying. And she's saving lives while she's at it.