Developing a Healthy U

Workshops highlight tool to develop and maintain work-life balance.  Topic are centered on the seven dimensions of Fresno State's Healthy U wellness model.

March Workshops

Latin@ LGBTQ: Healing Ourselves, Healing Our Communities**
Fri. Mar. 2, 1 - 3 p.m., Library 2206
Event for Latin@ lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer communities and their allies, seeking to have a conversation about substance abuse. Discussion will focus on the intersecting oppressions that affect our everyday realities, how to empower ourselves and building communities of healing and solidarity.

Winning With A Healthy Lifestyle
Led by Dr. Lisa Herzig, this 10-week program offers nutrition coaching and exercise planning to help cultivate living a healthy and balanced lifestyle.
Supporting & Encouraging Queer and Transgender Person of Color**
Wed., Mar. 14, noon - 1:30 p.m., Library 3212
Join us for discussion and lunch with Dr. Francisco Galarte: Assistant Professor of Gender and Women's Studies, member of the Transgender Studies Initiative, editorial board member for TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly and creator of the Queer & Trans Persons of Color Speaker Series at the University of Arizona. His work focuses on Latinx and Chicanx Queer and Trans Identities and Communities. 
QPR: Suicide Prevention Training
Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for college students between the ages of 18 and 24, but it is 100% preventable. Learn to recognize and respond to the warning signs of suicide. In this training you will learn: common misconceptions about suicide, warning signs and risk factors, how to talk to, persuade and refer a person to appropriate campus and community resources.
Safe ZONE Training

The Fresno State Safe Zone project is a way for members and allies of the LGBTQ+ community to show their support, and let students know that their space is a safe space. Attendeess will learn ways they can After the successful completion of 3 Safe Zone events, including the mandatory introduction, individuals will receive a Safe Zone badge to display as well as have their name listed on the Allies website (optional). Annual activities will be required to receive updated badges and acknowledgment. Lunch will be served. Pre-registration is not required.

**This event qualifies towards Safe Zone membership. Attendance to a Safe Zone Introduction Training and two other approved LGBTQ+ events, within an academic year, are required for Safe Zone membership. To maintain membership, attendance to ​2 events within an academic year is required. ​Additional Safe ZONE membership or sponsored events will be listed on our events calendar or sent out via the Allies Listserv, visit:

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