Pac-12 universities along with the Conference’s Student-Athlete Health & Well-Being Initiative (Pac-12 SAHWBI) worked together to bring mental health awareness week (Oct. 3-9) to campuses and student-athletes. All across the Conference, universities worked to help break through the stigma by sharing their support for promoting mental health awareness.
— Arizona Athletics (@AZATHLETICS) October 7, 2021
— Sun Devil WBB (@SunDevilWBB) October 10, 2021
Taking care of mental health is just as important as physical health.
— Colorado Buffaloes (@CUBuffs) October 10, 2021
— UCLA Athletics (@UCLAAthletics) October 10, 2021
Pac-12 Mental Health Week was created to break the stigma of mental health and provide resources for student-athletes.
— USC Trojans (@USC_Athletics) October 9, 2021
Thankful UW has given me a platform to share my story, growth is uncomfortable and vulnerable. This school has grown me in the best ways possible 🤍 https://t.co/dE6rHxXlgD
— Morganne Flores (@morganneflores) October 9, 2021
— Washington State Athletics (@WSUCougars) October 1, 2021
— Prof. Ameer (@profAmeer1868) October 17, 2021
The Pac-12 will host a free webinar from Nov. 1-4, “Amplifying Voices for Change,” which will feature a discussion series focused on mental health, student-athlete engagement and returning to re-use on game days. Free registration for the series, taking place over three one-hour sessions across three days, is available at Pac12.me/21TGseries. For more information on the Pac-12’s Student-Athlete Health & Well-Being Initiative, please visit Pac-12.com/health.