Peer Health Exchange’s Public Statement on Threats of Violence at CSUN

    Published on December 12th, 2018

    In light of hate-filled threats of violence at California State University, Northridge this week, Peer Health Exchange joins its college leaders, CSUN chapter and leadership council in reaffirming our commitment to ensure the safety, physical and mental well-being of students on campus.

    We vehemently denounce these messages of hate and violence, and want our CSUN community to know—we are here for you. In our collective work as health educators, let’s remember that it’s ok to not be ok. If you are feeling distress, toxic stress, shock or grief during this time or at any time, we urge you to go to your local counseling center or provider. We have also compiled this list of resources if you or anyone you know needs additional support.

    NAMI Helpline


    Access Center Mental Health Emergency Line


    Suicide Prevention Lifeline


    Peer Health Exchange believes that all young people deserve equal access to the knowledge, skills, and resources that support their physical and mental well-being. To learn more visit­­­

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