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Say It Brave on Campus

Every year during Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, Love Your Body Day, Mental Well-Being Month and Eating Disorders Awareness week, Say It Brave on Campus hosts virtual events designed to tackle the realities and uncertainties of student mental health. Our team of mental health advocates and clinicians empowers every campus to host Watch Parties and create mental health awareness in four easy steps:

  1. Register for an upcoming virtual event or access a past event recording
  2. Download your Event and Resource Kit
  3. Find a space on campus
  4. Invite students!

Fall 2023 / Spring 2024 Say It Brave on Campus Series – On-Demand Recordings

  • Born Worthy: Challenging Diet Culture and the Narratives that Weigh Us Down

  • Find Your People – a SmashTALK on Eating Disorders, Mental Health and Community

  • Alone in a Crowd: Exploring Loneliness and Its Impact on Student Wellbeing  

  • The Hidden Struggle: A World Mental Health Day Discussion

Fall 2022 / Spring 2023 Say It brave on Campus Series – On-Demand Recordings

  • The Whole Story on College Sress: #HalfTheStory for Stress Awareness Month

  • You Don't Have to Do It Alone: Coming Together for Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

  • Smash TALK: Smashing Diet Culture on Love Your Body Day

  • Smash TALK: Not One More for Eating Disorders Awareness Month

How to Get Involved

Help create awareness surrounding eating disorders on your campus by hosting a Watch Party! Campus counseling centers, athletic departments, student groups, resident advisors and more host Watch Parties by gathering a group to watch and discuss a Say It Brave on Campus event.

Fill out our form to receive our free Suicide Prevention Month Kit, designed, which includes:

  1. Step-by-Step Instructions for Hosting a Watch Party
  2. Post-Event Panel Discussion Guide
  3. Eating Disorders Awareness Activities
  4. Eating Disorders Awareness Resources

To help us spread the word, share about Say It Brave on Campus with a downloadable flyer.

Register for Your Eating Disorders Awareness Week Event and Resource Kit

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Say It Brave Super Watch Parties

Thank you to the many campuses hosting Say It Brave Watch Parties across the country! Together, we can end mental health stigma.

  • Gardner-Webb University
  • Methodist University
  • University of Richmond
  • Ashland University
  • Lander University
  • Westfield State University
  • Montreat College
  • Catholic University of America
  • Manhattan College
  • King's College
  • Wagner College
  • Saint Mary’s College of Notre Dame
  • Geneva College
  • Linfield University
  • Catholic University
  • Ohio University
  • Young Harris College
  • Canisius College
  • Northwood University
  • Old Dominion University
  • Penn State University
  • Rensselaer College
  • University of Tampa
  • Hofstra University
  • Loyola University

"Say It Brave On Campus was a life-changing event. I believe every collegiate student-athlete, coach, administrator, parent, and friend should attend this presentation in the future."

Carly Ellman, LCSW

"The Say It Brave event was an incredibly powerful experience. I learned that our struggles are not something to push to the side until it's too late. We have to work to destigmatize mental health, showing ourselves the same compassion we have for others."

Lindsay R., Student Athlete

Nonprofit Partners

We partner with many local and national nonprofits to ensure our programming is inclusive and supportive.

* If you are struggling with a mental health crisis, please call the 988 Suicide and Crisis Support Lifeline or text HOME to 741741 to connect with a crisis counselor from Crisis Text Line.

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