I also have recently decided to turn the university of new hampshire chapter inactive. I wasn't getting the support from my fellow leaders and the student body and for my own health it was too much for me to do on my own. I felt guilty for a whole year trying to keep it alive but sometimes its not a good fit or the timings not right. I'm still struggling with the idea that I "failed" but I don't regret the experience of attending the uchapter conference and working to bring the TWLOHA mission to UNH.
we still matter.
it doesn't mean that we can't embody the mission on an individual basis.
It was a similar situation for me... we were going through officers so often, and my school (Texas State University) is just so huge that they can't give student orgs the individual attention they need. It's so unfortunate because the "theme" for this year is mental health, but I NEVER heard back from anyone about collaborating or anything! But I just have to keep in mind that we had a decent run for a couple of years, and even though we never had more than 10 members at a time, that's 10 people we connected with!