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Wellness Educators for Change, Advocacy, and student Needs 

As an extension of the Department of Wellness and Prevention Services, the Wellness Educators for Change, Advocacy, and student Needs (WE CAN) work to positively impact student wellness at Appalachian State University by: empowering peers to change health behaviors, working as an advocacy group for student well-being, and addressing student needs to promote and protect healthy lifestyles. WE CAN plans and implements programs encompassing body image, mental health, nutrition, and sexual health. 

Membership Applications for the 2017-2018 academic year will be made available February 15th-March 15th. Indivuduals will be contact on March 20th to set-up an interview.

For questions about the WE CAN Peer Education Programs, contact Saray Smalls, Wellness Coordinator for Student Programs, at smallsts@appstate.edu

Red Flag Educators 

Appalachian State University's Red Flag Educators (RFEs) have a responsibility for creating Active Bystanders on campus and in the Boone community. They educate peers on “Red Flags” of sexual, interpersonal, and dating violence while encouraging the Appalachian community to be active bystanders and speak out when they see potentially dangerous situations. RFEs have a responsibility to present to peer groups, organizations, classes, etc. on topics of interpersonal violence, active bystander intervention, and rape culture.

Click Here for more information about the Red Flag Campaign at Appalachain State. 


Contact Us

Miles Annas Student Services Building
614 Howard Street
Boone, NC 28608

Phone: (828) 262-3148
Fax: (828) 262-8452

Mailing Address:
ASU Box 32130
Boone, NC 28608

Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8am-5pm

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Wellness Newsletter

 

March PhotoMarch 2017 Issue

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