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  1. 1. “If you thinkyou’re too smallto make adifference,you’ve neverspent the nightwith amosquito.”- African saying
  2. 2. The Office of Student Involvement & Leadership(OSIL), is your home for getting involved at UNH! Our office seeks to provide opportunities, resources, programs, and services to help you build connections, strengthen leadership skills, and serve others!Check out our site to learn more about Greek Life, Student Organizations, Commuter Services, Leadership Development, and much more. You can always stop by our office and visit with one of our many student or professional staff members in MUB 122!
  3. 3. Entertainment and Movies The MUB is a prime location to find late night entertainment. Whether it is a movie in the MUB theatres, a MUB Current Issues Lecture, live music, a comedian, or a play, it can be found at the MUB. The MUB Theaters are state of the art including 3-D projection! There is a games room located on the first floor where you can find free table tennis, pool tables and electronic games or just come over and watch your favoritetelevision program or sporting event in one of our TV lounges. Stop by the Information Desk, check the movie guide on the MUB’s web page or check ‘Today in the MUB’ bulletin boards for the latest events and offerings. For more info: Granite Square Station & Shipping The Granite Square Station is the place to go when you need to pick up your mail and packages. There is also a box to drop off your mail. You may also ship packages and buy stamps through Granite Square Shipping. Information Desk Got a question? Find the answer at the MUB information desk, located on the third floor of the MUB. MUB Games Room Pool tables and electronic gaming is available on the1st floor. Many of the latest games are available for 3 different systems and a rock band station. Free WiFi Computing Bring your laptop to the MUB and access to the internet without those annoying wires. For help in configuring your lap top stop at the Info Center or ask the Building Manager staff for assistance. Dining in the MUB The Union Court offers something for everybody! A wide variety of food from pizza to vegetarian to fresh sandwiches and soup and salads. Need to grab a quick drink? Stop at The Notch on the third floor. Popcorn and drinks are also available during ‘MUB Movies’. Study Space Need a break from the roommates? Need a little quiet time? Come on over to the MUB. There are plenty oflounges located throughout the building, as well as tables and chairs for studying, eating, relaxing, or hanging with friends. Rooms can also be reserved for group studying, just ask at Info. UNH Bookstore & UNH Computer Store The UNH Bookstore is located on the first floor of the MUB. Check out the UNH bookstore for school supplies, text books, and UNH merchandise. As a UNH student you may purchase computers, software, and other electronic devices at educational discounted prices. Other Services For your convenience the MUB also provides an ATM, Cats Cache machine, Copy Center ,Ticket Office forstudent organization & MUB events, baby changing stations on every floor, and gender neutral bathrooms on first floor.
  4. 4. Strafford County Family Justice Center: Where Families Come First and Professionals Come Together The co-location of a multi-disciplinary team of professionals who work, under one roof, to provide comprehensive coordinated services to victims of IPV, stalking and sexual assaultCore Services:  Reduces barriers (transportation, finances, etc.) Prosecution, Police, Confidential for victims seeking assistance by providing Advocacy and Civil Legal Aid coordinated seamless services—no more runaround! Other Services may include Medical services, Child care,  Outcomes include: Spiritual Services, Counseling, Social reduced DV homicides, increased safety and Services (food, housing, job and empowerment for victims financial assistance, transportation), Victims wrapped in services and destined to Child Trauma Therapy (break the succeed cycle) and much more! Systems better able to hold offenders accountable Families find safety and hope long term!
  5. 5. Courage does not alwaysroar.Sometimes it is a tiny voiceat the end of the day saying“I will try again tomorrow.”
  6. 6. Working to make UNH the healthiest campus community in the country by 2020!
  7. 7. 1940 - 2011 “Its the little things citizens do. Thats what will make the difference. My little thing is planting trees.” What’s your little thing?
  8. 8. “Life is a seriesof thousands oftiny miracles.”– Mike Greenberg
  9. 9. Transition is the only place real change occurs.
  10. 10. FACT Relationship violence occurs at the same rate in GLBTQ relationships as it does in heterosexual relationships.FACT SHARPP is a Safe Zone for GLBTQ survivors and their allies to come for support and information about relationships.
  11. 11. Ask an Advocate Free online service for the UNH CommunityAsk an Advocate is an online service available to theUNH community. The service provides information,support and referrals for survivors of sexual violence,relationship abuse and stalking. Anyone who has aquestion about themselves, a friend, a student, acolleague, or a family member, can complete an onlineform.Questions asked through Ask an Advocate will beanswered by a trained advocate. Responses will beprovided within 24 hours, Monday through Fridaybetween the hours of 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. except whenthe University is officially closed for holidays or curtailedoperations.If you need immediate assistance, please call SHARPP’s24 hour support line at (603) 862-7233 or (888) Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP) University of New Hampshire
  12. 12. Creating a Women‟s CircleA circle is an ancient form ofmeeting that has gatheredhuman beings into respectfulconversation for thousands ofyears.Fierce and Fabulous programmingaims to gather women in circles so Next group begins Spring 2011.they are able to more freely learnabout themselves and share theirexperiences with other women -without judgment or censorship.
  13. 13. Light Therapy at Health ServicesFor Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) FREE Light Therapy is available to all UNH students, faculty and staff. Appointments/Information: (603) 862-3823|Health Services, Room 249
  14. 14. The mission of Voices Against Violence is to break the cycle of violence by providing comprehensive services for all victims and survivors and by creating social change through education and action. What we provide: Walk-in Services Information & Support 24 Hour Hotline Sexual Assault Support Legal Advocacy Police Accompaniment Systems Advocacy Emergency Shelter Education & Outreach DCYF Advocacy Contact Information: Support Groups P.O. Box 53 Reaching Out, Plymouth, NH 03264 Speaking Out 1-877-221-6176 24/Hr Hotline 603-536-5999 (office)
  15. 15. SHARPPSexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program
  16. 16. “Yesterday ishistory.Tomorrow is amystery. Buttoday is a gift.That’s why it’scalled thepresent.”– Eleanor Roosevelt
  17. 17. Family Acupuncture & Wellness Betsy Learner, L. Ac. Adam Learner, L. Ac. Specializing in: Women’s Health & Fertility Pain Conditions Effective, Natural Weight Loss 603-969-2229
  18. 18. Word On The Street About UNH Health Services I get a massage there at least once a I follow month! The condom Health broke one I know I can They Services night when I always helped on Twitter was having sex count on me quit and and I got the staff to smoking They taught Facebook ECP at the help me be with a me how to doI the AND stay Pharmacy! breast FREEmusic in the well! Quit Kit! self-exams!waiting room
  19. 19. Personal growth is discovering what weintrinsically know inside ourselves.
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  21. 21. FemaleReproductive SystemImproving womens well-being cannotbe accomplished without improvingwomens knowledge of their ownreproductive system. United Nations Development Fund for Women Health Services | (603) 862-1806 |
  22. 22. Female Reproductive System Uterus Fallopian Tubes Cervix Ovaries Vagina
  23. 23. THE MISSION OF VOICES AGAINST VIOLENCE IS TO BREAK THE CYCLE OF VIOLENCE BY PROVIDING COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES FOR ALL VICTIMS AND SURVIVOR S AND B Y C R E AT I N G S O C I A L C H A N G E T H R O U G H E D U C AT I O N A N D A C T I O N . What we provide: Walk-in Services Information & Support 24 Hour Hotline Sexual Assault Support Legal Advocacy Police Accompaniment Systems Advocacy Emergency Shelter Education & Outreach DCYF Advocacy Contact Information: Support Groups P.O. Box 53 Reaching Out, Plymouth, NH 03264 Speaking Out 1-877-221-6176 24/Hr Hotline 603-536-5999 (office)
  24. 24. Supporting survivors to create a more peaceful Upper Valley for 40 years.
  25. 25. "Loss strips away somuch. Yet it canleave us with theunderstanding thatthe art of livingpassionately meanslearning to engageboth the risk toreach as well as thegrace to surrender....may the grief of ourlosses teach us howto live so that welove our lives...”– Dawna Markova
  26. 26. OctoberRelationship Violence Awareness MonthHealthy Relationships
  27. 27. There are many types of relationships in our lives. It is important that in each one we feel valued and empowered. Classmates Sexual Relationships Friendships Family Romantic
  28. 28. What is a healthy relationship?Communication is a key part to building a healthy relationship. The first step is making sureyou both want and expect the same things -- being on the same page is very important.The following tips can help you create and maintain a healthy relationship:Speak Up. In a healthy relationship, if something is bothering you, it‟s best to talk about itinstead of holding it in.Respect Your Partner. Your partners wishes and feelings have value. Let yoursignificant other know you are making an effort to keep their ideas in mind. Mutual respect isessential in maintaining healthy relationships.Compromise. Disagreements are a natural part of healthy relationships, but it‟simportant that you find a way to compromise if you disagree on something. Try to solveconflicts in a fair and rational way.Be Supportive. Offer reassurance and encouragement to your partner. Also, let yourpartner know when you need their support. Healthy relationships are about building eachother up, not putting each other down.Respect Each Other’s Privacy. Just because you‟rein a relationship, doesn‟t mean you have to share everythingand constantly be together. Healthy relationships requirespace.
  29. 29. Healthy BoundariesCreating boundaries is a good way to keep your relationship healthy andsecure. By setting boundaries together, you can both have a deeperunderstanding of the type of relationship that you and your partner want.Boundaries are not meant to make you feel trapped or like you‟re “walking oneggshells.” Creating boundaries is not a sign of secrecy or distrust -- its anexpression of what makes you feel comfortable and what you would like or notlike to happen within the relationship.Remember, healthy boundaries shouldn’t restrict your ability to:  Go out with your friends without your partner;  Participate in activities and hobbies you like;  Keep passwords to your email, social media accounts or phone private;  Respect each other‟s individual likes and needs.
  30. 30. Relationship Booster!Even healthy relationshipscan use a boost now andthen.You may need a boost if youfeel disconnected from yourpartner or like the relationshiphas gotten stale.Find a fun, simple activity youboth enjoy, like going to theDairy Bar for ice cream, andtalk about the reasons whyyou want to be in therelationship.Then, keep using healthybehaviors as you continuedating.
  31. 31. Sex and Healthy RelationshipsIn a healthy relationship, both parties are readyand feel comfortable with sexual activity.You shouldn‟t have to have sex to stay in therelationship. You may feel comfortable kissing orholding hands, but not want to go any further.That‟s ok.Deciding whether you want to have sex or when you should is a decisionyou should make when it feels right for YOU. In a healthy relationship, both people respect each other’s decisions - even when they dont like them.Having sex can raise the intensity of emotions that people feel for each other -- whether you‟re in a serious or casual relationship. At times, thiselevation is a good and enjoyable thing, but sometimes it makes a hardsituation worse. It‟s important that you feel ready and confident in your decisions about having sex.
  32. 32. Sex and Healthy RelationshipsIf you are thinking about when to have sex, keep in mind:You should feel comfortable with your decision. Talk with your partner about safer sex practices, like getting tested for STIs and consideringbirth control options. Be honest with yourself and your partner. If you‟re not ready, that‟s ok and your partnershould respect it. If something scares you or makes you feel uncomfortable, you can say “no” at any time. You have the right to talk openly and honestly about your fears, worries and feelings. If your partner tries to threaten or guilt you into having sex, it can be a sign of an unhealthyrelationship. You deserve better. No matter how long you‟ve been with someone or how many times you‟ve donesomething, you have the right to change your mind and say “no” at anytime for any reason. You have control over your body, and no one else has the right to tell you what to do with it. In a healthy relationship, the decision to have sex is agreed on mutually and not because one person feels they “have” to have sex.
  33. 33. Everyone deserves a healthy relationship.A healthy relationship makes each person feel respected, supported and encouraged to be who they are.
  34. 34. Unhealthy RelationshipsHealthy conflict and disagreements are normal in relationships as long as they can be resolved in respectfulmanner. However, if you experience a sudden change in your relationship or notice that a pattern of badbehaviors have developed over a period of time you may want to examine your relationship.If you are experiencing any of the behaviors listed below you may be in an unhealthy relationship and wantto seek some support.  Threats of physical violence towards you, themselves, someone your care about or pets  Physical violence – hitting, punching, slapping, shoving, choking, pushing  Intimidating behaviors including excessive anger, throwing objects and destruction of property  Violation of personal space/boundaries by unwanted touching or sexual activity, invasion of virtual spaces by checking emails, texts and phone messages, going through your personal things  Isolation from friends, family and things you enjoy doing  Suspicion of your actions and accusations of cheating  Jealousy of friends and family  Emotional abuse such as put downs, name calling, guilt trips, humiliation, ignoring or the silent treatment  Stalking using excessive contact via phone, email, text or unexpectedly showing up to „check up.‟
  35. 35. Unsure About Your Relationship?Relationships that are not healthy are based on power and control, not equality and respect. In the earlystages of an abusive relationship, you may not think the unhealthy behaviors are a big deal. However,possessiveness, insults, jealous accusations, yelling, humiliation, pulling hair, pushing or other negative, abusivebehaviors, are -- at their root – forms of power and control.If you think your relationship is unhealthy, its important to think about your safety now. Consider these points asyou move forward: Understand that a person can only change if they want to. You cant force your partner to alter their behavior if they dont believe theyre wrong. Focus on your own needs. Are you taking care of yourself? Your wellness is always important. Watch your stress levels, take time to be with friends, get enough sleep. If you find that your relationship is draining you, consider ending it. Connect with your support systems. Often, abusers try to isolate their partners. Talk to your friends, family members, teachers and others to make sure youre getting the emotional support you need. Remember, our advocates are always ready to talk if you need a listening ear. Think about breaking up. You deserve to feel safe and accepted in your relationship. Consider your own personal growth and safety. Even though you cannot change your partner, you can make changes in your own life to stay safe. Consider leaving your partner before the abuse gets worse. Remember, abuse is always a choice and you deserve to be respected. There is no excuse for abuse of any kind. If you want to end your relationship but are concerned about your safety, SHARPP can help you with “Safety Planning.”
  36. 36. This is the “Power andControl Wheel.”Each spoke in the wheel signifies a waysomeone may choose to control and takepower over another in a relationship.The wheel is divided into 3 themes thatcomprise unhealthy relationships. Anunhealthy relationship is when one personmakes the other feel…. 1) they have no one else; 2) they don’t know who they are and aren’t worthy of better; 3) Afraid to make change.Does anything in the wheel remind youof a current or past relationship(s)?Does anything in the wheel remind youof what you see in a friend’srelationship(s)?
  37. 37. SHARPP can help you navigate many relationship topics!  You want to learn more about healthy relationships  Something is happening in your relationship and you are unsure what to think or feel about it  Your partner makes you feel bad about who you are and you don‟t know what to do  Your partner has started being abusive and you are uncertain what to do  You want to end your relationship but don‟t know how to break-up  You are concerned about your safety as you plan to break-up with your partner  You are unsure how to support a friend who is in an abusive relationship You don’t have to be in crisis to use our services! Many students come in to talk with us about their relationship or to learn more about healthy relationships. We are here to help!
  38. 38. Getting Help at UNH - SHARPPThe Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention Program (SHARPP) is here to offers support, information,advocacy and guidance for students who are impacted by sexual violence, relationship violenceand stalking. Find Us Online!All SHARPP services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL. to reach SHARPP24/7 Help Line(603) 862-SAFE (7233)Ask an Visits (no appointment needed)Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.Wolff HouseOffice Phone(603) 862-3494 SHARPP is located in the Wolff House, next to Health Services
  39. 39. "The difference between try and triumph is just a little umph!“ - Marvin Phillips The Girl Effect
  40. 40. Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Testing and Counseling Are you concernedyou may have an STI? Get tested: (603) 862-1806Cost varies depending on what STIs you get tested for. In most cases, we can bill your insurance provider. Learn more about STIs online at our web site:
  41. 41. Protect yourself against cervical cancer and other HPV diseases. Males and female can make an appointment at UNH Health Services to receive the Gardasil HPV Vaccine.HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection (STI) on college campuses.*(603) 862-2856Vaccine is only available for women.The series of three doses will cost $435 ($145/dose).Most insurance providers are covering the vaccine. Weencourage you to contact your insurance company *Source: Centers for Disease Control, and Prevention, CDCto see if they will cover the vaccine if given at UNH Health
  42. 42. "If There Is No Struggle, There Is No Progress." - Frederick Douglass
  43. 43. Travel Clinic at UNH Health Services Traveling abroad for fun or academic/professional reasons?All your medical travel needs and immunizations canbe met conveniently at Health Services.We recommend that you schedule your travel clinic visitat least 4-6 weeks before you plan to leave.Information:(603)
  44. 44. Allergy Services at UNH Health Services• Routine immunizations and allergy injections are provided by appointment to students for a fee.• Students must bring their order and serum with your first visit. At that initial appointment, we will schedule you for regular injections and also store your allergy serum at the Health Services.• Appointments/Information: (603) 862-1806 or (603) 862-2844
  45. 45. THE NON-DIETAPPROACH Throw away the scale & open your eyes to a new approach.
  46. 46. Nutrition and Eating Disorders on College Campuses35% of dieters will endup having an eatingdisorder and manymore will have adistorted relationshipwith food.In some cases, eatingcan becomecompetitive. Somestudents may competeto be the thinnest andeat the least. Othersmay want to be thebiggest and eat themost.
  47. 47. Why Dieting isUnhealthy….  Stress of dieting or food deprivation often leads to abandonment of diet and an overeating episode or binge.  Dieting leads to weight gain due to reduced needs for energy and increased ability to absorb energy from food.  Females who diet are 12 times as likely to binge as females who don’t diet.
  48. 48. The Eighth Chakra Angel CottageAll things healing and uplifting!Art, gifts, crystals andstones, incense, candles,relaxation music andmore…Psychic Readers, Classesand Workshops! 308 Durham Rd. | Dover, NH
  49. 49. A SAFE PLACE Saving lives! Creating Futures!The Mission of A Safe Place is to break the cycle of Domestic Abuse by providing crisis intervention, support services, education and advocacy to survivors, their families and the community Our Services 24 Hour Hotline Confidential Emergency Shelter Court and Social Service Advocacy Individualized Support Support Groups Educational Programs 1-800-854-3552 Serving Rockingham and Strafford County
  50. 50. Condom Sense!Consistent and correct use of condomscan reduce (though not eliminate) therisk of sexually transmitted infections (STIs)and unwanted pregnancy.Always wear a condom if you engage invaginal or anal sex and a dental dam fororal sex. Free CONDOMS and DENTAL DAMSavailable in Health Services Room 249!
  51. 51. SANE Mission A RN who has been specially trained to provide comprehensive care to sexual assault survivors, who demonstrates competency in conducting a forensic examination and the ability to be an expert witness. Provide timely medical/forensic examination with complete evidence collection Provide a compassionate and sensitive approach To avoid further trauma to all sexual assault survivors in the health care environment
  52. 52. "Women holdup half the sky."– Chinese Proverb
  53. 53. EC is available in the Health Services Pharmacy for $25. Please arrive at least 30 minutes before our scheduled closing time when requesting emergency contraception at the
  54. 54. NH’s largest grassroots organizationdedicated solely to reproductive rights• 2,500 members statewide• Find out more: • • • •
  55. 55. Know Your Contraceptive Options Making the choice to use contraceptive methods can be overwhelming.UNH Health Services staff is available to assist you in making an informed decision. Appointments: (603) 862-2856
  56. 56. Domestic & sexual violence is about power and control 24-hour support line 603-883-3044Support Services: 33 East Pearl Street •24-hour support Nashua, NH 03060 •Crisis Intervention 603-889-0858 •Court/legal advocacy •Emergency Shelter 16 Elm Street, Suite 2 •Educational Programs Milford, NH 03055 •Support Groups 603-672-9833 •Volunteer/internship opportunities ALL SERVICES ARE FREE OF CHARGE
  57. 57. Sexually Transmitted InfectionsBe Aware. Protect Yourself. Use Your Body Wisely. • Herpes is an infection caused by Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) type - 1, and HSV type – 2. • 50-80% of adults in the U.S. have HSV-1 and about 25% have HSV-2. • Herpes can be transmitted by vaginal, oral, and anal sex, by kissing or touching. • Oral herpes can cause genital herpes through oral-genital contact. • 50% of genital herpes in college students is caused by oral - genital contact. • On the lips and mouth, there may be cold sores or fever blisters. • On the genitals and anus, there may be blistery sores. Flu-like symptoms are also common. • Most symptomatic HSV-2 is more severe than HSV-1 and recurs more often. • There is no cure for herpes, but antiviral medications can shorten or prevent outbreaks. • Managing stress, eating well, and getting enough rest may help prevent herpes recurrences. • Condoms can reduce the risk of getting herpes, though they may not cover all infected areas. GET TESTED AT UNH HEALTH SERVICES Health Services offers STI testing to UNH students. Call (603) 862-2856 to make an appointment. Learn more about STIs:
  58. 58. Stress is the #1 concern for college students that negatively impacts academics.* Are you experiencing?  Sleep problems?  Weight gain or loss?  Back, shoulder or neck pain? Are you feeling?  Nervous, anxious or depressed?  Irritable or frustrated?  Out of control about life in general? Make an individual appointment with a wellness educator/counselor to discuss ways you can learn to manage stress before it manages you. (603) 862-3823 Health Services, Room 249 *Source: American College Health AssociationMake an appointment online!
  59. 59. If You Need Help - Call our 24-hour toll-free crisis hotline: (888) 747-7070 Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) is dedicated to theprevention of child sexual abuse, sexual assault and stalking, while supporting victims, survivors and others impacted by sexual violence. Services Offered By SASS-A confidential 24-hour sexual assault crisis hotline-24-hour advocacy and support at police stations, hospitalemergency rooms, child advocacy centers and the courts-Support groups for rape survivors, sexual abuse survivors,parents, and others affected by sexual violence-Sexual abuse and sexual assault prevention education in theschools for children, teens and parents
  60. 60. Did You Know Health Services has a Nutrition Counselor who meets with students individually to discuss nutrition, eating concerns and body image issues. Information/appointments: (603) 862-3823 or stop by Room 249 Office of Health Education and PromotionMAKE AN APPOINTMENT ONLINE
  61. 61. Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond ourmeasure.It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us.We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous,talented, fabulous?Actually, who are we not to be?You are a child of God. Your playing small doesn‟t serve theworld.There‟s nothing enlightened about shrinking so that otherpeople won‟t feel insecure around you.We are born to manifest the glory of God that is within us.It‟s not just in some of us; it‟s in everyone.And as we let our light shine, we unconsciously give otherpeople permission to do the same.As we are liberated from our fear, our presencesautomatically liberates others.Marianne Williamson (read by Nelson Mandela at hisinauguration)
  62. 62. Women’s Health at Health ServicesClinical Services:The Women‟s Health Department at Health Services provides women‟s health care and unlimitedoffice visits. Services include:  annual exams/pap smears/cancer screenings  diagnosis and treatment for abnormal pap smears  contraceptive services  sexually transmitted infections (STI) testing/treatment  HPV vaccine  AND MUCH MORE!Education/Counseling:The Office of Health Education and Promotion at Health Services provides education, individualcounseling, and support and empowerment groups on a variety of health and wellness topics.Information/Appointments:Clinical appointments (603) 862-2856Education/counseling appointments (603) 862-3823 or visit Room
  63. 63. Love Your Body.
  64. 64. Life on a college campus can be exciting and challenging. Our team of 9 psychologists, 3 postdoctoral fellows, and 3 doctoral interns are highly skilled at addressing the unique needs of college students and committed to enhancing students ability to fully benefit from the University environment and academic experience.Location: Smith HallCall Us At (603) 862-2090Take a free, anonymous screening for depression, anxiety, eatingdisorders, bipolar, or post-traumatic stress.
  65. 65. Non-Prescription Medications Available at UNH Health Services We have a variety of non-prescription medications, vitamins and probiotics available for sale at a reduced cost.You can pay for medications using cash, check, Visa, MasterCard orCats Cache. Stop by the Pharmacy on the first floor to check out the selection!
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  67. 67. Wellness
  68. 68. Wellness Wellness is an active process through which peoplebecome aware of, and make choices towards, a more successful existence. Wellness is a conscious, self-directed and evolving process of achieving full potential. Wellness is a multi-dimensional and holistic, encompassing lifestyle, mental and spiritual well-being, and the environment. Wellness is positive and affirming.
  69. 69. Wellness By applying the 8 Dimensional Wellness Wheel, a person becomes aware of the interconnectedness of each dimension and how they contribute to healthy living. The 8 dimensions include: Physical Wellness Social Wellness Emotional Wellness Spiritual Wellness Environmental Wellness Intellectual Wellness Occupational Wellness Financial Wellness
  70. 70. More Resources• services/ohep/fitness_walkunh.html•••
  71. 71. New Beginnings New Beginnings collaborates and educates to end sexual, domestic and stalking violence, advocates for and empowersindividuals in a non-judgmental manner, and works toward social change by promoting an effective community response. Advocates are available 24/7, 365 days a year: 24-hour Domestic/Dating Violence Support: 1-866-644-3574 24-hour Sexual Violence Support Line: 1-800277-5570 All of our services are free and confidential. New Beginnings PO Box 622 Laconia, NH (603) 528-6511 www.newbeginningsn
  72. 72. President’s Commission on the Status of WomenAdvocating for equity and inclusion in education & employment 40 Years of Service
  73. 73. Paving the Way to New Understanding
  74. 74. Women & Sustainability: A Panel Discussion
  75. 75. Women in Popular Culture:How Meat Industries Use Images of Women
  76. 76. Women & their Work Family Communities
  77. 77. Women in Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Math: STEM
  78. 78. Many FacesOne Mission: Inclusion
  79. 79. Building a Safer, more Welcoming Campus
  80. 80. Social Change Theatre TroupeCast of “Hooking Up with WildActs”
  81. 81. The Women’s Commission Making adifference with individuals, organizations, programs and policies
  82. 82. LGBTQ+ Garden Party Leadership
  83. 83. Mentoring & Telling our Stories
  84. 84. Voices of Hope
  85. 85. . . . We must not hide behind the mockeries of separations that have been imposed upon us and that we often accept as our own. Audre Lorde
  86. 86. Believing in Our Power To Change Lives
  87. 87. New