Wellness Resources for BIPOC Students
The Office of Student Affairs, in conjunction with the office of Counseling and Psychological Services at Fordham University, is dedicated to providing students with a variety of resources to support wellness while recognizing the BIPOC experience. Fordham Law School offers students individual and group counseling services, along with wellness workshops, in collaboration with culturally competent mental health practitioners.
Wellness Support at Fordham Law School
The Office of Professionalism at Fordham Law offers various wellness programs and services throughout the academic year.
Mental Health and Wellness Resources at Fordham University
- Wellness Resources for Students
- Safety, Health, and Wellness
- Wellness Community at Lincoln Center
Multicultural Resources at Fordham University
The Office of Multicultural Affairs hosts several programs and events for BIPOC students including cultural clubs, the Racial Solidarity Network, and LGBTQ Resources.
BIPOC Student Online Wellness Support
The Steve Fund: A national organization that works with colleges and universities that focuses on addressing the mental and health of black and other young people of color. Essentially, they promote programs and strategies to develop understanding and resources for assistance.
The Safe Space: A free app available on Android and iPhone, geared specifically towards the black community. It focuses on mental health issues in order to spread awareness and acceptance for seeking resources. Further, it hopes to remove the barriers and stigmas surrounding mental health in the black community.
Liberate Meditation: Liberate is the #1 meditation app for the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color community.” This app includes meditations and talks specifically geared toward experiences of Black people, Indigenous people, and people of color. It is available on Android and iPhone.