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Wellness

Information Library

SHARPP has lots of up-to date information on issues concerning Sexual Assault, Sexual Harassment, Relationship Abuse, Stalking, Consent or Healthy Relationships. Click onto one of the links and find out more about these topics including what they are, what you can do if you or someone you care about it is affected by abuse, answers to FAQs and what the available resources are for members of the UNH community.

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Debriefing Consultations

We can come to your classroom, residence hall, apartment complex, department, Greek house or other facility to provide a debriefing process in a format that allows individuals an opportunity to discuss their feelings and reactions to a traumatic event or difficult situation.

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To schedule a debriefing consultation, please contact Amy Culp, Direct Services Coordinator at (603) 862-3494.

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Awareness Campaigns

Help make the UNH Community aware of Relationship Violence, Stalking, and Sexual Assualt by supporting SHARPP during the awareness months. Also  join the White Ribbon Campaign and the Clothesline Project.

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Visit SHARPP's webpage to learn more about upcoming events.

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Safe Zones Program

The Safe Zones Trainings are professional development opportunities focused on advancing awareness, knowledge, and skills around the services and support that we provide to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) students and colleagues.

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To scheulde a Safe Zones training, fill out the online form.

Ergonomics

The Office of Environmental Health and Safety (OEHS) provides ergonomic assessments for both computer workstations and those tasks involving manual material handling/lifting to minimize risks of musculoskeletal injuries and/or disorders. In addition to on-site one on one evaluations, OEHS is available to conduct training and education on ergonomics specified to your needs.

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To schedule an ergonomics assessment, contact Brian Cournoyer at brian.cournoyer@unh.edu or 862-4761

Disability Services for Students

Disability Services for Students provides services to students with documented disabilities to ensure that all University activities and programs are accessible. The office also promotes the development of student self-reliance and the personal independence necessary to succeed in a university climate. We seek to create a comprehensively accessible environment where students are viewed on a basis of ability, not disability.

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To contact Disability Services for Students, please email becky.michaud@unh.edu.

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Cornucopia Food Pantry/Waysmeet Center

Provides weekly emergency food supplies; food baskets three times a year; emergency needs response; monthly community dinners and drum circles, food rescue and recovery programs.

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If you, or someone you know needs a food care basket, or an emergency meal, fill out the request form, email waysmeet@comcast.net or visit the Center in person, at 15 Mill Road in Durham.

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Tick Protection

Watch this 6-minute informational video, and learn how to protect yourself from ticks in New Hampshire. Video was created by experts at the Cooperative Extension.

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Watch the online video here!

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Managing Your Money

Americans are feeling stressed and anxious about money. Some are wondering how they're going to pay their bills and others are concerned about their future financial security. Households can discover strategies to stretch dollars, manage money, increase savings, and decrease debt. Learning positive money management techniques can help you and your family.

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Just in Time Parenting

How does your child grow? How can you encourage and support your child's natural development? Find out by reading Just in Time Parenting, an Extension online newsletter. Provided by UNH Cooperative Extension and eXtension, the newsletters cover the prenatal months and children from 0 to age 5 years. This series of newsletters is based on your child's age, so that you'll have specific information about your child's development as he or she grows.

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