Mental Health Resources

Persistent feelings of depression or anxiety can interfere with academic performance and a student’s overall sense of well-being. Likewise, alcohol overuse or illicit drug use can have a very damaging impact on short term and long term academic performance. If you are experiencing these challenges or they are becoming more pronounced in the college environment, counseling support through the University's Counseling and Health Center is an appropriate next step. The Counseling and Health Center provides screening services and intervention for mental health or alcohol and other drug abuse (AODA) concerns.

Crisis Center - 24/7 availability for people of all ages.
Counseling and Health Center - Individual Counseling
ULifeline.com - Anonymous, confidential online resource center
MyConnectionNEW.org - Find local resources and information
Man Therapy - Working age men account for the largest number of suicides deaths in the US, and the least likely to seek support.