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Aaron Moore, a licensed mental health counselor, talks to Erin Gillingham, founder of the To Write Love on Her Arms university chapter at USI, and Robbillie Stevenson, the previous president of the chapter, after speaking at the organization’s event Tuesday in Carter Hall.

‘Part of me, but not all of me’

TWLOHA speaker, students tackle stigmas surrounding mental health
Gabi Wy, News Editor April 6, 2016

At the age of 11, Patience Fehribach was lost. She slept too much and lacked the energy to attend school. Doctors diagnosed her with depression, but as a young girl, she had trouble making sense of...

GALLERY: TWLOHA holds candlelight vigil

GALLERY: TWLOHA holds candlelight vigil

USI Shield Staff September 11, 2014

USI’s official chapter of To Write Love On Her Arms held a candlelight vigil and walk Wednesday night to remember those who have lost their lives to suicide, and to honor those who might still be...

TWLOHA founder offers support

Jessica Stallings April 17, 2013

Jamie Tworkowski is the founder of the worldwide organization To Write Love On Her Arms. The organization was founded in 2006 and is a nonprofit movement that is dedicated to presenting hope and finding...

TWLOHA founder to come to USI

Jessica Stallings April 3, 2013

Julisa Gendren celebrated her one-year clean of self-injury by getting a tattoo on her ankles that says, “Hope is real. Help is real.” “I never would have made it this far without TWLOHA,” said...

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