Post Election Resources
It's important to take care of ourselves and of each other. Student Health Services offers counseling and psychiatric services at no charge. Your student funded SHS is a safe and confidential place to discuss concerns related to the current political climate, your personal life, academic experience and professional development. Staff is experienced in addressing the particular needs of students from diverse backgrounds who are studying the law. Call 415.565.4612 or email email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
The Jed Foundation released 7 simple strategies for managing election stress.
The American Psychological Association released a series of tips about how to cope with election anxiety.
The Islamic Society of North America supports a mental health helpline and counseling site for youth and young adults experiencing post-election situations like islamophobia, mental health crises, and a need practical direction for possible situations.
The Youth MOVE National Facebook page is a place where youth and young adults can connect with other young people to share their feelings about the election results. Youth MOVE regularly updates their page with resources and opportunities for peer-engagement.
This post from the Active Minds blog includes student-friendly tips for coping with post-election stress.
For young adults who feel frustrated or disenfranchised by the election results, this blog post from Medium lists places to volunteer time, donate items, and make donations. The emphasis is on anti-racist and social justice causes.
"10 Ways to Fight Hate on Campus" is a strategy and resource guide written for student activists from Tolerance.org, a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Student Health Services Hours during Reading Period and Finals
During the reading period and finals, Student Health Services will be open 8:30AM until 2:30 PM Monday to Thursday and 8:30AM to 12:30 PM on Fridays. On days when there is a morning exam, the clinic will open at 8AM. The last day to see a physician at SHS is Wednesday, December 14th. Remember to take care of any medical needs and get medication refills before winter break!
Due to the high demand for medical services during the finals period, SHS offers only limited physical exams during the reading and finals period.
Free Chair Massage
Stressbusters is coming back! Student Health Services is pleased to offer free head, neck, and shoulder massages by appointment for four days during the Final Exam period! Massages are available to all Hastings students.
Stressbusters will take place in the Dobbs Atrium from 11AM until 2PM on the following dates:
Please come to Student Health Services (Room 202, 200 McAllister Street) to sign up for a time that works for you. Sign-up sheet will be available on 11/21/16. Due to time constraints, we are unable to schedule appointments for Stressbusters massage by phone or email.
How to use UCSHIP during the winter break
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Flu Vaccines are available by appointment. Call 415 565 4612 to schedule your appointment.
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