New Mental Health Website Launched
15 November 2021
Dumfries and Galloway College’s Student Association has launched a new online mental health resource.
The association has worked with the college’s digital team to put together the website which has now gone live.
The resource includes an interactive guide to understanding mental health and self-care and also provides a series of links to organisations that can provide specialist support and counselling services.
A link to the website is available here.
Dumfries and Galloway College is proud of the work its team and the Student Association have done in putting together this worthwhile and useful resource.
The college also takes the mental health of members of its community very seriously and encourages anyone who is struggling or feels like they need help to access the site and to reach out for support.
Principal Joanna Campbell said:
“The pandemic has added to the stresses and strains of modern life like never before and so this new resource is both timely and very important.
“The clear, creative, and concise way the website is laid out and the huge number of resources available on it will surely help many people who access it.
“To our college community, I want to reiterate that your college cares about your whole health, including your mental health, and we’re here to help you with any issues you may be facing.”
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