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Hi-FIVE is student-run and student-led. We work with staff at Health & Counselling to learn and get support and we work together to have important conversations across campus. Get involved by joining the movement - there are a lot of ways to help eliminate stigma on campus.
Volunteer with us
What do Hi-FIVE Volunteers do?
- Learn about mental health services and supports on and off campus
- Support with different events and outreaches
- Support with social media campaigns
- Attend volunteer meetings
What are some of the benefits of volunteering for Hi-FIVE?
- Meet new people who are also passionate about the destigmatization of mental health
- Build friendships
- Spread awareness about mental health in the community
- Receive Co-Curricular Record on your transcript
Want to volunteer or learn more? We love expanding our team! Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Attend our events
We regularly host events as a chance to destress, connect, and learn with others. Part of destigmatizing conversation is about creating opportunities to have important conversations about mental health and well-being so keep an eye out for upcoming events! See what's happening
We share helpful tips, prompts, or resources about mental health stigma reduction and awareness and we also ask for your feedback and input about certain topics. Connect with us us on Instagram to be part of the conversation. Follow us on Instagram
Take the course
Explore your beliefs about mental health problems. You will learn facts about common mental health conditions (i.e. anxiety, depression, and schizophrenia), and gain a better understanding of ways you can help reduce stigma and support others. Please note: The course is undergoing updating as of Summer 2022. Enroll now
Keep learning, listening, and creating opportunities
We can contribute to the movement and reduce stigma every day by creating opportunities in our own families and friend groups to prioritize and talk about mental health and well-being. We don't have to be experts about mental illness but we can listen and learn why it's important to reduce stigma in our communities.
Read our Executive bios and learn more about who we are as individuals and what we're bringing to the team.
SFU has a variety of support options available for students. See below a comprehensive list of resources available at SFU and in the community.