ULifeline: Mental health resources for college students


ULifeline: Mental health resources for college students.

Here is a resource you may find useful at any age, though it targets college students. It provides information on mental illnesses, as well as information on staying well. It provides articles that are clear and easy to  understand. It also has a search engine that finds resources for help on college campuses across the country. A self-evaluation tool identifies current issues as well as offering guidance on dealing with them. Jed Foundation provides the site.

 

NAMI – Supporting Mental Health on Campus


NAMI on Campus

The National Alliance for Mental Health (also known as NAMI) provides information and support for developing campus awareness of mental health issues. “NAMI on Campus” is their program for college students. Their Web page provides program-related items – education, presentations, etc. – that you can download. More broadly the NAMI organization offers lots of information throughout their site. It is a great resource for knowledge and action!

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