Peer Education at Harvard
ActiveMinds is the nation’s premier nonprofit organization supporting mental health awareness and education for young adults. Active Minds, formerly SMHL (Student Mental Health Liaisons), collaborates with CAMHS, Wellness Tutors, and student groups to promote a supportive student community at Harvard. ActiveMinds members facilitate dialogue about mental health and self-care, provide information about resources to seek help, and work towards destigmatizing mental illness on campus and nationwide.
ActiveMinds on the Web:
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/harvardactiveminds/
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/harvard_active_minds/
Harvard University Health Services (HUHS) is collaborating with the campus community to create a new holistic peer education program for Fall 2021. A group of undergraduate students will be available in the near future to educate and support students on issues related to overall wellbeing, including drugs and alcohol prevention, sexual health and relationships, physical activity, healthy eating, sleep, and other topics related to cultivating healthy habits and living your best life.
The Wellness Educators (WE) work to cultivate an empowered Harvard College student body that embraces all aspects of wellbeing. WEs use a multi-dimensional approach to engage students through education and skill-building and collaborate with campus partners to support community wellbeing.