DINNER & CONVERSATIONS:
WHAT IT IS
A facilitated gathering that creates a safe space for BIPOC students to engage and connect on specific health topics that are meaningful to them. These meaningful dialogues and conscious conversations around equity in reproductive health provide support, community and culturally relevant health literacy education. These sessions, in collaboration with your offerings, truly bring healthcare back to the community.
WHY IT'S IMPORTANT
Mental health is reproductive health and can affect a student's energy level, concentration, dependability and performance. Research shows that in the 2020-21 school year, more than 60% of college students met the criteria for at least one mental health problem, making a surge in demand for care that far outpaced capacity for most universities. The health and well-being of students are critical aspects of equitable health care. Black students are less likely to receive help due to factors such as financial barriers, stigma associated with mental health struggles, structural racism and a historical mistrust of the healthcare system. Mental health symptoms and issues among Black students are often overlooked and under addressed.
HOW IT WILL BENEFIT YOUR UNIVERSITY
Female students are empowered with a supportive community and their overall well being is enhanced by reducing stress and increasing engagement. The following factors will contribute to the overall health of your students, staff and bottom line:
An increase in the overall well being of women
A reduction in mental health challenges
An increase in bandwidth for faculty to focus on educating students instead of being counselors
An increase in student engagement in the classroom and in extracurricular activities
A reduction in withdrawal rates
HOW IT WORKS
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