Attendees will be provided with information on physical and mental health
The Del Mar College Counseling Center will host a “Be Well” Luncheon downstairs in the Harvin Student Center from 12:30-1 p.m. Sept. 29. Students will be provided with information on maintaining fitness and health, both physical and mental; developing healthy nutrition and exercise habits; and connecting students with resources to clinics. The focus will be on preventive health measures and how to better care for yourself.
Students will also be provided with lunch but must RSVP at least a day in advance and remember that space is limited. The Counseling Center also provides students with an attendance stamp card called a RAK card. Once they have accumulated six stamps they will be entered into a raffle for a $15 Viking Dollar Meal Card to Campus Dining. Attendance at the “Be Well” event will earn students a stamp to their card.
“Even one takeaway can greatly improve a student’s life. It can make a huge difference,” said Johanna Torres, a counselor with the center. “Last semester I only had four students, this semester I had 10, so this is a program that is growing.”
Anyone wishing to attend the “Be Well” Luncheon can email Torres at firstname.lastname@example.org.