September 2022 Stall Talk
UH Hilo Student Health and Wellness Programs
ʻO Hawaiʻi kuʻu ʻāina kilohana. Hawai‘i is my prized place.
(Source: Nā Hopena A'o, Hā Framework)
Join in on Prevention
September is full of Prevention Education. Join us to learn how to appropriately Question, Persuade, and Refer (QPR) someone to Suicide Prevention resources and more. Visit our events page for our full schedule of upcoming events. We hope to see you there!
Download TalkCampus Today
Find support in many places on campus, from our awesome faculty and staff, to your amazing family and friends. Community is an essential part of your success at UH Hilo. The TalkCampus app is another way to widen your circle of support. Download today and get connected to other college students around the world and access to instant mental health support any time of day or night. Visit the TalKCampus Landing page to Download Today.
Self Care Tips to Manage Stress
- Self-care means taking time to do things you enjoy. Usually, self-care involves everyday activities that you find relaxing, fun, or energizing. These activities could be as simple as reading a book.
- Self-care also means taking care of yourself. This means eating regular meals, getting enough sleep, caring for personal hygiene, and anything else that maintains good health.
- Set specific self-care goals. It’s difficult to follow through with vague goals, such as “I will take more time for self-care.” Instead, try something specific, such as “I will walk for 30 minutes every evening after class.”
- Unhealthy activities don’t count as self-care. Substance use, over-eating, binge watching Netflix, and other unhealthy behaviors might hide uncomfortable emotions temporarily, but they cause more problems in the long run.
Tips Provided by TherapistAid.com
Crisis Resources & Support
- UH Hilo Security, (808) 974-7911
- 24 hr Crisis Line OF Hawaii, 1-800-753-6879
- Crisis Text Line, Text "ALOHA" TO 741741
- National Suicide Prevention LIFEline, Call or Text 988
- YWCA Hawaii Island Sexual Assault Hotline, 808-935-0677
- UH Hilo Counseling Services, (808) 932-7465, SSC E-203
- Student Medical Services, (808) 932-7369, CC 212
- Kekai Lindsey , Title IX Confidential Advocate, (808) 932-7958
In an Emergency, Call 911
UH Hilo is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Institution. Stall Talks are available in an alternate format.