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New Pathways

Counseling Services provides the New Pathways Program for students who have violated the JSU Student Code of Conduct by committing a drug or alcohol offense. The program is psycho-educational and involves individualized assessment and group participation. Referrals are accepted from the JSU Judicial Coordinator, JSU and community law enforcement, probation/court referral officers, various JSU departments (e.g.: housing, student health, faculty, etc.) and self- referrals.

Active Minds

Active Minds is a student organization whose purpose is to change the conversation on campus about mental health issues. This group strives to provide understanding and a supportive environment where students are able to openly discuss mental health. Members of Active Minds seek to educate their peers, reduce the stigma associated with mental health conditions, promote mental wellness, and encourage their peers to seek help when necessary.

Membership is open to all current JSU students and alumni with an interest in mental health. Meetings are held in the Roundhouse on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 4:00 pm

Stepping Up- Narcotics Anonymous

Counseling Services offers space to the Stepping Up Group of Narcotics Anonymous. The group is an open group meeting and is held every Friday at 6:00 p.m. in the DSS/Counseling Conference Room in 138 Daugette Hall.

Survivors Overcoming Abusive Relationships (SOAR)

SOAR is a support group for individuals affected by intimate partner violence and those who support them. Members of this organization work to raise awareness about dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking by sharing the personal stories of survivors. The group also seeks other methods to increase awareness about intimate partner violence through campus campaigns and through social media and other methods.

SOAR is open to all current JSU students and community members with an interest in education, awareness, and advocacy pertaining to intimate partner violence. The group meets the third Tuesday of every month in room 1102 B of the Houston Cole Library.

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