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You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience. Thanks! Skip Navigation Search Text Select Search Scope Search This Site Just This Site Search SBU Website SBU Website Search Student Health, Wellness and Prevention Services Search Search Text Search Site Site Division of Student Affairs Center for Prevention and Outreach Home About Us Mission Meet Us Broad Based Fees Substances Good Samaritan Policy Red Watch Band Resources Get Involved Get to Know You Sexual Violence Reporting Survivor Support Space Survivor Advocacy Learn More Get Help Prevention Student Bill of Rights Get Involved Get to Know You Mental Health Suicide Prevention and Awareness TimelyCare Get Help Myths & Facts AIM Certificate Series Get to Know You Health Education Organ Donor Registration Protect yOUR Health Sun Safety Resources Get Involved Get to Know You Get Involved Become an Upstander CPO x CAPS PALS Drop In Spaces Healing Arts Peer Education Upcoming Events Contact Us     Want to be a CPO Peer Educator? The application process for the 2024-2025 cohort will begin on February 5, 2024. The Peer Education Program is a credit bearing internship experience. where students will receive 1 or 3 credits. Click to learn more!     Apply Today! REGISTER FOR A TRAINING OR WORKSHOP   CONNECT WITH TIMELYCARE   REQUEST FREE HEALTH PRODUCTS   LEARN ABOUT THE SURVIVOR ADVOCATE   GET STD TESTED   GET TO KNOW YOU     LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR TOPIC AREAS The Center for Prevention and Outreach (CPO) is a campus department that provides students and the campus community education, prevention, and outreach services around the public health concerns that most impact our college students. CPO aims to “Educate, Empower, and Connect.” We educate students on our topic areas, we empower students to make healthy decisions and we connect our students not only to each other and our staff but to the campus community and resources. Below are some of the reasons we focus on these topics.    PHYSICAL HEALTH    1 in 4 college students will be diagnosed with an STD.  10%  of college students struggle to afford adequate menstrual hygiene products.   MENTAL HEALTH   75%  of lifetime cases of mental health issues begin by age 24.64%  of young adults who are no longer in college are not attending due to a mental health related reason . VIOLENCE PREVENTION   1 in 3 & 1 in 4 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have experienced some form of physical violence by an intimate partner. 47% of all transgender people have been sexually assaulted at some point in their lives (data only recently being collected / made available). SUBSTANCE USE    1,519 college students die every year from alcohol-related injuries1 in 4 college students report academic difficulties as a result of their drinking FacebookTwitterinstagramprint 108 Stony Brook UnionStony Brook UniversityStony Brook, NY 11794Phone: [email protected] Title IX prohibits sex discrimination in all forms, including sexual violence and/or harassment. If you wish to submit a report of sex based discrimination or sexual misconduct, you can do so at stonybrook.edu/reportit or [email protected]. Report an accessibility barrier ©Admin Login2024Stony Brook University

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