Mental Health Resources

Resources & Special Populations

Dealing with Anxiety:

Dealing with Depression:

Starting a Conversation: 

Tips On Surviving a Break -Up

Surviving A Relationship Break

Mental Health

There are a multitude of sites on the internet that deal with mental health issues and concerns. We have identified a few that offer places where you can begin your search for reliable and useful information.

The three sites listed offer an introduction to a broad number of mental health problems. – The site of the National Institute of Mental Health.  Go to “health and outreach” and look under “mental health topics” – The site of the American Psychiatric Association.  Go to “mental health topics” –  An online resource for college mental health

Alcohol and Substance Use/Abuse

Talking to Children and Teens About Drugs

Online/Virtual Options  (During Covid-19)
AA Meetings:
NA Meetings:


Al-Anon support groups in your area:

Alcoholic Anonymous  groups in your area:  Browse resources and get connected to treatment that is right for you. The site of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. The site of the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Alcohol Rehab Guide Resource Guide to Recovery Information hub that contains up-to-date news regarding the opioid epidemic, as well as vital resources for those currently struggling from addiction

Disability Support

Eating Disorders The site of Anorexia Nervosa and Related Eating Disorders, Inc. Go to “Information and Resources”

Grief/Loss/Trauma Go to “Grief & Loss”

International Students – Best Colleges for International Students

Mental Health Services in Other Countries:



Transgender Students

Nontraditional Students

Restrooms (Gender Neutral)

Sexual Assault

For more information, please see our page on “Sexual Assault Education”

Suicide The site of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. See “About Suicide”