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THRIVE @ IC Drop In Program for Students

Contributed by Kristen Lind on 11/10/19 

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Join us for THRIVE @ IC on November 12th from 12-1pm in the Muller Chapel Phillips Room. This program is a partnership with Case Management, the Dean of Student's Office, and the Center for Health Promotion.

There will be free snacks and drinks provided!

THRIVE @ IC is a drop in program aimed at helping you learn self-care strategies and resilience building skills. Interact with the 13 building blocks of resilience and learn about resources to help you Eat Well, Move Your Body, Balance Substance Use, Practice Mindfulness, and more!

Have 5 minutes? Great! Have 20 minutes? Great!  Get some snacks and interact with as many of the building blocks that work for you and your schedule.

For more information about the THRIVE @ IC program and the building blocks of resilience, go to the Center for Health Promotion website.

Staff members from Case Management and the Center for Health Promotion will be on hand to answer any questions.

See below for our drop in schedule for the rest of the academic year:

  • November 12th
  • December 10th
  • February 11th
  • March 3rd
  • April 14th

 

 

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Kristen Lind at klind@ithaca.edu or (607) 274-3136. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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