Alive! Mental Health Fair
The Alive! Mental Health Fair is a program of the Kristin Brooks Hope Center. It was created to provide an interesting educational suicide prevention program aimed at college students. The fair has visited 25 colleges so far and each event has been a huge success! The onsite counselors are amazed at how this event, like no other before, helps them start the conversation about suicidal prevention with the students.
Alive! Mental Health Fair 10/1/10
Hudson Community College
Alive! Mental Health Fair 11/3/10
Alive! Mental Health Fair 9/30/2010
Penn State - Abington
Over 100 students write and painted graffiti style on this canvas!
100+ PostSecret cards created by Abington students - and more keep coming!
Suicide warning signs and milestones from the history of 1-800-SUICIDE
Alive! Mental Health Fair 9/22-23/2010
Montana State University-Bozeman
Bozeman Counseling Staff with the finished Graffiti Exhibit
Over 100 students trained in QPR (suicide prevention course)
Mounting the cards at the PostSecret Exhibit
Alive! Mental Health Fair 5/25/2010
Green River Community College, Auburn, WA
Reese Butler at the graffiti art therapy exhibit
Students adding their own graffiti
to the exhibit
Students at the PostSecret exhibit
Some of the PostSecret cards created by the students at the fair
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