Program Features and Services

Community Advisory Board

The members of which support the program by providing advise and assistance with regard to programming, training, resources, and the provision of services

Community Advisory Board Members

Peer Educator Program

Raising Awareness through Research: (R.O.A.R) students are trained and certified in mental health promotion

Crisis Response Team

College personnel who are trained to respond in the event that a student is found to be in distress

Gatekeeper Training

  • Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR)
  • Kognito At-Risk Suicide Prevention Program
  • BACCHUS Peer Education Training Course

Online Services

  • Mental Health Online Screening
  • Kognito Program Identifying Students at Risk and Knowing how to Intervene


Project L.I.V.E. is involved in outreach and community engagement and encourages participation and support from the student community and wider public. Some of our products, activities, events and opportunities for involvement are:

  • Peer Educator classroom trainings on suicide prevention
  • Conduct Mental Health Screenings/ Referral
  • Identify and make referrals for those students who are found to be at-risk for suicide for suicide related issues such as depression and substance abuse offers both on-line as well as in-person screening.

Screenings are available for the following:

  • Eating Disorders
  • Mood disorder—depression, anxiety, PTSD
  • Suicide
  • Alcohol

Develop Life Skills and Social networks

  • Conduct workshops and seminars that are designed to develop those life skills and social networks that serve to protect students from suicide
  • “The LIVE Forum Network” weekly forums lead by mental health professionals on topics relevant to student mental health
  • Mental/Behavioral Health Events
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