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Al‑Anon is a program of recovery for people who are affected by another person's drinking.
FLIP’s mission is to build a community and sense of belonging for First-Generation Low Income (FLI) students and supporters in order to empower FLI students and raise awareness of class issues and invites you to join their Facebook page.
HapCo is a student organization for the promotion of happiness, health, and wellness within the Stanford Community. They host events that explore the mental, physical, and emotional aspects of wellbeing, such as yoga workshops, wellness programming, random acts of kindness, meditation courses, and healthy nutrition classes.

Peer Health Educators (PHEs) are residential staff members who are peer specialists in health and wellness in their houses. They are a culturally inclusive, highly diverse team that represents all aspects of the undergraduate student community. Individual houses maintain their own contact and communication tools. Please contact your PHE in person, by email, or at house meetings. If you need additional assistance, please call Vaden Health Center at (650) 498-2336.

 

Compensated undergraduate student staff who live in University undergraduate residences to help build strong and healthy residential learning communities which complement as well as extend classroom learning. Individual houses maintain their own contact and communication tools. Please contact your RA in person, by email, or at house meetings. If you need additional assistance, please call the ResEd Office at (650) 725-2800.

The Student Learning Connection provides resources in mentoring, academic skills coaching, tutoring, language practice, as well support for undergraduate and graduate students who are teaching, or want to teach.