Lindenwood University will bring a mental health speaker to campus to challenge the mental health stigma and supply students with information and resources that are available to them. The Project will hold a hybrid speaker event in person and/or Zoom; hold four educational objective programs to promote mental health resources and the continuing discussion of mental health; create a mental health resource center in Lindenwood University's library. The mental health resource center will contain books, brochures, handouts, and other resources students can take to help with any mental health concern.

Project Details

Organization Name

Lindenwood University Library Services

Organization Type
Academic institution
Project Lead

Elizabeth McDonald

Start Date
August 19, 2020
End Date
April 15, 2021
Funding Amount
General Public
Library or Information Professional
Student, College & Post-grad
Adults (19-64 yrs.)
Children (0-12 yrs.)
Adults (19-64 yrs.)
Seniors (65+ yrs.)
Teens (13-18 yrs.)
Blacks/African Americans
Alaska Natives
American Indians
Asians/Asian Americans
Hispanics/Latin Americans
Native Hawaiians
Other Pacific Islanders
Behavioral/Social Determinants of Health