Students in the Onondaga Community College chapter of international honor society Phi Theta viagra blister 4 Kappa spent much of the fall semester engaged in a project which focused on the extremely timely issue of mental health and disability. They collected and donated related books to the Children’s Learning Center on campus and hosted a “Living Library” to increase awareness for students and the nearby community.
In addition to the Living Library, students also made and donated 200 mental health care bags to students at Dr. Weeks Elementary school in Syracuse. Contents included items such as stress balls, bubble makers, fidget spinners, where to buy levitra and pencil sharpeners as part of an effort to provide comfort tools to students in need.