Wolverine Support Network (WSN) is a student organization on campus dedicated to promoting the mental and emotional wellbeing of students and creating a supportive campus community united against the stigmas of mental health issues.
Peers can be a crucial support system to meet students where they are, a resource that can and should be available to all. With that in mind Wolverine Support Network offers ways to get involved. They offer peer-to-peer support groups in which groups of students can share their experiences with other students in a safe, healthy, and confidential way. Facilitating these confidential support group discussions are pairs of student leaders trained by CAPS, Wolverine Wellness, SAPAC, and Peer Diversity Educators to drive conversation in a constructive way, respectful of all aspects of an individual’s identity.
If you are even slightly interested, we have a few ways to get involved. Sign up to be a member, a leader, or to attend a focus group to provide insight and guidance to help us better our organization, or please respond with any suggestions you may have. We want this program to grow and thrive therefore input by the students is crucial.
Please contact fellow graduate student Emily Brunemann at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to get involved or know more!