Podcast Show on Mental Health Awareness
Active Minds is a peer-to-peer student-led club that is part of a network of more than 450 Active Mind chartered clubs nationwide. Active Minds members strive to raise awareness on mental health challenges, promote positive mental health, educate their peers, and encourage students to reach out for help.
We meet via Zoom at 1:30 on Wednesdays during a regular semester and at 12:30 during summer.
The Active Minds Podcast team is made up of Digital Media students who continue the wellness conversation in a monthly podcast. Any SJDC student, staff, or faculty can be a guest.
Our Meeting ID: 566-962-470.
The document to the left is the handout Self-Esteem Guide for a workshop led by Professor Lagrutta. Feel free to download this resource.
Ever wonder what an Active Minds meeting is like?
Click on the button to the left to watch a recording of a virtual meeting.
On October 12, 2019 San Joaquin Delta College hosted a Cure the Stigma event funded by the Office of Student Equity and Diversity. This is an archived video of the event.
SJDC BREAK THE SILENCE PARTICIPANTS
Dawn L. Basnett
San Joaquin Delta College Stories on Depression
Organized by Ethnic Media Services of San Francisco
SJDC Multimedia Department
Funded by a grant from the California Health Care Foundation
Breaking the Silence was a project we worked on during spring 2018 that focused on mental health among college students. Active Minds was launched at Delta College by Professor Heather Bradford with many of the Breaking the Silence participants moving to the board of Active Minds
Please click the "Breaking Silence" image above to be linked to that project's webpage.