Samaritan Awards Ceremony

President Sargent to present 4th annual awards

Noon - 1 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007
Donahue Lobby
41 Temple Street

4th Annual Suffolk Samaritan Awards Ceremony

Come join in the celebration as Suffolk University President David Sargent presents and acknowledges the award recipients. Learn more about stress and caring. Refreshments will be served.

Over the past 5 years, the Suffolk University Counseling Center has developed and coordinated a program designed to raise awareness on campus regarding the signs of depression, prevention strategies, treatment options, and ways to support those who suffer from the disorder.   The program is called: Action for Depression Awareness, Prevention, and Treatment and is known by its acronym, ADAPT.

The ADAPT program also relies on the Suffolk University community for additional assistance in continuing to build a caring environment.   Each year the Samaritan Awards will be granted to students, faculty, staff, administrators, and groups on campus for the purpose of creating and delivering projects, events, and activities which: enhance awareness of the signs and symptoms of depression; address issues related to depression prevention or treatment; and display consistency with the goals and vision of ADAPT.

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