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Get Help from our trained Executive Board 

Our Executive Board are all NASPA, QPR, and SPR trained to help with mental health problems and situations that may arise. After talking with you, depending on the individual, we will refer you to resources in UNLV and in the Las Vegas Valley to further your mental health improvement. Regardless if you need professional help our not, Project Wellness will strive to provide as much resources, support, and overall help to aid in your physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. 

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 Certified Peer Educator

The National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (Now officially called the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education) Certified Peer Educator training  gives our Executive Board tools and resources which include helping peers make a behavior change, listening skills, response and referral skills, how to take action and intervene, recognizing the role of diversity and inclusivity, programming and presentation skills, self-care, and group dynamics. 

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QPR Certified 

Question, Persuade, Refer, or QPR, is a suicide prevention training that was founded in 1995 by Paul Quintet. This training helps us recognize the warning signs of someone that might be going through a suicidal episode, have suicidal thoughts, or is going through a mental health emergency and immediately provide live-saving care by questioning their situation, persuading the individual to not harm themselves, and referring them to a professional so they can get the help they need.

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SPR Trained 

Skills for Psychological Recovery (SPR) is an evidence-informed modular intervention that aims to help survivors gain skills to manage distress and cope with post-disaster stress and adversity. SPR is designed to help children, adolescents, adults, and families gain skills to reduce ongoing distress and effectively cope in the weeks and months following disaster and trauma. Managing reactions, promoting helpful thinking, and promoting positive activities are just some of the skills we learn to help combat trauma. 

Contact us and help us help you

If you are interested in talking with one of our Executive Board members about help, please fill out the information below and provide a short message of your situation and what you want us to help you on. Don't worry, we are completely confidential and do not share this information with anyone. 

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