FAMU Chapter of Active Minds
The FAMU chapter of Active Minds was founded in Spring 2009. We understand the stigma associated with mental health may be great, but among the African American community, it is even greater. As a chapter, it is our goal to address mental health issues among African Americans through our outreach activities and other programing.
Currently, there are 458 chapters of Active Minds, and the The FAMU chapter is the 2nd HBCU chapter. We aim to become the 1st HBCU chapter that implements a culturally relevant programming that addresses mental health issues for African American college students.
If you're interested in increasing awarness and making an impact on campus, Active Minds is for you! For more information or questions about joining Active Minds contact Quantina Washington at (850) 599-3145 or fill out the Student Information Sheet and email form to quantina.washington@ famu.edu or return the form to The Office of Counseling Services located at 636 Gamble Street (located across from FAMU Village).