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  • Support students with mental health concerns by promoting services, correcting myths, and cultivating an inclusive wellness- focused environment for all members of the campus community. 
  • Improve shared ownership and collaboration of mental health resources across divisions. 
  • Explore environmental factors to enhance safety measures by considering risks related to suicidality, non-suicidal self-injury, and sexual violence amongst others. 
  • Identify, advocate for, and effect policy change that impacts student mental health.  

Values/Guiding Principles:

  • Recognition that critical to the Jesuit value of cura personalis is fostering the mental wellness of all members of the Loyola community and sustaining a culture of care.  
  • An understanding that the collective well-being of the Loyola community is measured by the struggle of its most marginalized members.  
  • Acknowledgment and commitment to reducing the negative impact of power, privilege and oppression on the mental health of all members of the campus community.  
  • A belief that shared ownership of and advocacy for mental health across campus will lead to better student outcomes, including academic success.  
  • A commitment to transparency and open communication to ensure increased access, trust, and effectiveness.  

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