Male - Box
“Closing down in the midst of pain is a denial of a man’s true nature.
A superior man is free in feeling and action, even amidst great pain and hurt.
If necessary, a man should live with a hurting heart rather than a closed one.”
Agree to accept and promote the ideals of the HEALTHYfellows Campaign…
Collaborative Partners exist as entities (e.g., schools, colleges, agencies, and individuals) that share a common mission to improve educational, health, and wellness outcomes of young men. It is though these partnerships that the HEALTHYfellows Young Men's Wellness Alliance was established. The alliance allows collaborative partners to pool their knowledge, information, resources, and expertise to help male students succeed.
During the spring of 2011, the students and faculty participants of Central Connecticut State University's Man Enough Support Initiative sought to create a statewide collaborative of schools and agencies that target services to male student populations. The HEALTHYfellow Young Men's Wellness Alliance emerged as the outcome of the strategic planning to establish formal working agreements between institutions and organizations committed to the wellbeing of male students.
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- Young men are capable of making healthy decision.
- Young men desire to be well and the freedom to authentically pursue wellness in all of its forms.
- Young men will access help and support when it is presented to them in a manner of respect and dignity.
- Young men are unique in their gender and they deserve responsive care that takes into account the unique expression of their biological, physical, emotional, and social, etc. differences.