The web sites below are not meant to replace a visit with a health provider, but to provide additional information that you may find helpful.
Finding and maintaining health and life balance is challenging. You have the power to make choices that can either enhance or detract from your general well-being. We are here to help you make the best decisions concerning your physical, social and mental health.
Below are a number of websites with excellent mental health information.
- Hotlines-Websites-Apps: Locally compiled list of self-help resources.
- Each Mind Matters: Millions of individuals and thousands of organizations working to advance mental health. Each Mind Matters is California's mental health movement.
- SanaMente es el Movimiento de Salud Mental de California: California está tomando medidas sin precedentes para eliminar las barreras del estigma y la discriminación, y para que cada persona sepa que la ayuda está disponible y se pueda sentir segura pidiendo el apoyo que necesite.
- College Response: This website allows students to complete an anonymous online screening for Depression, Anxiety, Alcohol, Eating Disorders or PTSD to see if they would benefit from professional consultation.
- The Propellor Collective: Tips on motivation, academic success, professional growth/self-help and more, with a focus for first-generation and limited-income students.
- Half of Us: Videos created by the Jed Foundation and MTV use stories of students and high-profile artists to increase awareness about mental health problems and the importance of getting help.
- It Gets Better: Everyone deserves to be respected for who they are. This website is a place where young people who are lesbian, gay, bi, or transgender can see how love and happiness can be a reality in the future.
- Ulifeline: Online resource for college mental health & suicide prevention – has a “self E-valuator”.
- CHADD: Children and Adults with ADD. Comprehensive site on ADD / ADHD, including info for college students, parents.