On March 23, K-Staters will come together to increase access to and reduce the stigma of mental health services at K-State.
All In for K-State is our unique day of giving, inviting K-Staters to come together for one day to achieve one bold objective. In 2019, we raised funds to fight student hunger through Cats' Cupboard, K-State’s food pantry. In 2021, K-Staters donated more than $500,000 to help students save money on textbooks.
This year, we’re investing in K-State’s mental health services to increase access for students, raise awareness and reduce the stigma of seeking help.
K-State’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), partnering with the Morrison Family Center for Student Well-being, brings counseling, education and outreach opportunities to all K-State students.
Students face many struggles at college: being away from home and their support network, financial stress, pressure to get good grades, etc. For some, these challenges can grow into problems that challenge their ability to succeed academically and just enjoy life. In two years, K-State has seen a 27% increase in use of Counseling and Psychological Services.
Mental health services at K-State include learning coping mechanisms, therapy and access to a community of other students going through similar struggles. These free mental health resources help students develop resilience and provides them with essential tools to succeed mentally, emotionally, academically and throughout their lives.
Lafene Health Center and the Morrison Family Center for Student Well-being train students, faculty and staff to identify when someone might need help and know what resources are available to help them.
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