Going to college may be an exciting time for all age groups. It’s an opportunity for students to gain new knowledge and experiences, both inside and outside the classroom. Working together, students and institutions can take steps to ensure a safe and healthy college experience for all.
International Day of the Girl is celebrated on October 11 every year. Declared by the United Nations in 2012, the Day focuses on the need to address challenges that girls face, and to promote girls’ empowerment and fulfilment of their human rights. Learn more about girl-centered services that support quality and inclusive education, as well as access to physical and mental health resources that improve the health and well-being of girls.
National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month is observed each July to bring awareness to the challenges that some racial and ethnic minority groups face regarding mental health. Learn more about mental health and find ways to support mental health equity.
Black Maternal Health Week is recognized each year from April 11-17 to bring attention and action in improving Black maternal health. Everyone can play a role in working to prevent pregnancy-related deaths and improving maternal health outcomes.
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