UNITea an Option for Students to Find Support, Resources in Comfortable Spaces

BY MEGHAN JOBSON

Unitea is a program on campus that encourages conversation between peers. The idea isn’t to treat it as a peer support network, but to encourage students to simply talk to one another if they need it. The hosts have resources to direct students to that will help them understand where they can go for help. This program isn’t intended to be a form of counselling or therapy, but it can help students get on the right track to explore their options. If you would like to sign up for a tea time to visit with a host, you can sign up online here

 

Author: dagligtalenews

This is the website for the University of Alberta - Augustana campus's student newspaper, The Dagligtale. We cover a variety of subjects that are important and of interest to students, including campus substance policies, health and safety, community engagement, arts and culture, Indigenous issues, and much more. We publish bi-weekly and copies of the The Dagligtale can be found on campus and around Camrose at a variety of locations.

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