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Promoting wellness, safety, and healthy behaviors for an extraordinary campus community!

Mission: Increase healthy behaviors and improve overall well-being of individuals within the High Point University community through educational campaigns, programming, training and intervention.

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What if you or someone else are experiencing a mental health emergency?

During Business Hours:  Monday – Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm, you may walk-in to Counseling Services.  If you are in physical danger, please call 911, as well as Campus Police and Security at 336- 841-9111 or X9111 from a campus extension.

After Business Hours and Weekends:   Please call Campus Police and Security  at  336-841-9111 or x9111 from a campus extension.

Please see our Mental Health Emergencies page for more information.

Interpersonal Violence Prevention is…

  • Defining interpersonal violence: Interpersonal Violence includes intentional use of physical force or power to physically, sexually, emotionally, or psychologically  harm or threaten harm.
  • Information on domestic/dating violence, stalking, non-consensual sexual contact, sexual misconduct, and sexual assault
  • Empowering individuals to put consent into practice
  • Bystander Intervention
  • Awareness and culture change
  • Resources for support, advocacy, and reporting

If you would like to report an incident of sexual assault, sexual misconduct, intimate partner violence, stalking, or non-consensual sexual contact, sexual harassment, please complete a reporting form HERE.

Substance Use Prevention is…

  • Education on the impact alcohol and other drugs can have on one’s health
  • Ways substances can cause impairment
  • Knowledge on what makes drinking high risk
  • Tools to make healthy choices and reduce harm

Suicide Prevention: Question. Persuade. Refer. Trainings

Mental Health & Wellness Prevention Topics 

  • Managing stress & anxiety
  • Self-care
  • Education on depression and anxiety
  • Disordered eating
  • Suicide Prevention