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MCU EMPowered

Our new mental health & wellness initiative was designed with the intention of furnishing a sense of community with helpful tips & resources for all, specific to ages 11-30.

EMPowered is a free mental health and wellness program developed to provide support for young adults who are seeking regular mental health awareness programming, special events on advocacy, wellness check-in and peer support by leaders a part of the Miss Collegiate USA Organization.

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The Miss Collegiate USA Organization is proud to announce the launch of EMPowered!

EMPowered's Mission

To advocate and promote mental health education, wellness initiatives and resources to members and supporters of the Miss Collegiate USA Organization through free public webinars, workshops and training sessions.

  • To offer  the community free mental health webinars, workshops and training sessions.

  • Promote preventative initiatives for young adults in PK-12 through college.

  • Create role models within the Miss Collegiate USA Organization to become advocates for change in promoting self-care, mental well-being and emotional support.

Coping Skills

Topics

Self-Care

Healthy Relationship Patterns

Become an EMPowered Ambassador!

Subscribe to our Ambassador List to join the movement and promote EMPowered in your community or college campus.

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Thanks for joining the movement! We will contact you shortly with additional information.

This form no longer accepts submissions.

Mental Health Wellness Activity Book

The monthly Activity Book is free to the community to encourage individual engagement on ways to embrace methods of self-care, self-love and resources for mental health wellness.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Since its inception in 1949, Mental Health Awareness Month has been a cornerstone of addressing the challenges faced by millions of Americans living with mental health conditions.

May is a time to raise awareness of and reduce the stigma surrounding behavioral health issues, as well as highlighting the ways how mental illness and addiction can affect all of us – patients, providers, families, and our society at large.

The Importance of Mental Health Awareness

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