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Say It Brave on Campus

Say It Brave on Campus is a free virtual and in-person storytelling series bringing education and resources to college communities nationwide by leading mental health advocates and organizations.​ Join us during Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, Love Your Body Day, Eating Disorders Awareness Week and Stress Awareness Month to:

  • Hear leading mental health advocates, thought leaders and influencers Say It Brave by sharing their lived experiences with mental health
  • Learn how to easily host watch parties, panel discussions and awareness activities using our free Say It Brave Event Kits
  • Gain invaluable resources for yourself, your teammates and your friends – from nonprofits paving the way to end mental health stigma

Join Us for These Four Events!

How to Get Involved

Host a Watch Party

Help create eating disorders awareness on campus by hosting a Watch Party! Campus counseling centers, athletic departments, student groups, resident advisors, and more host Watch Parties by gathering a group together to watch and discuss a Say It Brave on Campus event. You can live-stream our Smash TALK: Not One More event on February 22nd, or host a Watch Party at a later date with the recording if that works better for your group! All those who register for the event will receive the on-demand recording.

Fill out our form to receive our free Eating Disorders Awareness Month Kit, designed in partnership with the National Alliance for Eating Disorders, 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

We’re aware that these topics may be sensitive and encourage you to involve mental health providers on campus with your Watch Party.

Once you fill out the form and receive the kit, our Say It Brave Team will reach out to see if you need any assistance in connecting with a mental health provider to participate, or if you have additional event needs. We applaud you for taking this step to end stigma on your campus!

Spread the Word

Share about Say It Brave on Campus with a downloadable flyer.

Register for Your Eating Disorders Awareness Month Event and Resource Kit Here

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Share Say It Brave On Campus

Share the event series with friends, teammates, colleagues and loved ones

Eating Disorders Awareness Month Graphics

Share this special event in partnership with the National Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness.

Super Say It Brave Watch Parties

We’re surprising one lucky group with a Super Say It Brave Watch Party, which includes food from a local restaurant and other surprises! Please email to notify us of the details of your Watch Party (which can take place on February 22nd or at a later date with the event recording). The Super Say It Brave Watch Party School will be notified by February 15th!

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

Nonprofit Partners

* 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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