Who are we?
Wayne State University was awarded a three-year, Garrett Lee Smith Campus Suicide Prevention Grant worth $305,354. With this grant, the WSU Suicide Prevention Initiative will develop a program of education, training, and mental health and suicide prevention awareness for faculty, staff, students, families, and the community.
Feel free to browse the pages to the left to learn about mental health services available, information about depression and anxiety, and mental health tips to stay healthy this semester. Check back to sign up for mental health training and to learn more about what we are doing for Wayne State.
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Stephanie Kastely MA, LPC
WSU Suicide Prevention Coordinator
Mental Health First Aid sections have been scheduled in Fall Semester for both students and faculty/staff. RSVP for training today. Winter 2020 schedule to be announced soon.
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Our Suicide Prevention Coordinator (and Warrior) was recently featured on Fox 2 News Detroit
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