Counseling & Psychological Services

Information & Self-Screenings
General Mental Health

Ulifeline

If you are looking for fact sheets or articles about college and mental health, this is the website for you. Created by the Jed Foundation, this resource also has an Ask the Experts section where you can submit your own anonymous question, or read the panel’s response to others.

Or, use the anonymous Self Evaluator to learn if a treatable mental health problem could be affecting you or a friend. Just enter information about yourself or what you have observed in another person. The feedback can help you be proactive in getting assistance. Local resources are listed on the site as well. If you need immediate help, call 1-800-273-TALK.

Are you a law student? Check out LawLifeline for more information!

Go Ask Alice!

More than 1.7 million people visit this site each month! Go Ask Alice! is the health question and answer Internet resource produced by Alice! Health Promotion at Columbia University — a division of Columbia Health. Go Ask Alice! answers questions about alcohol & other drugs; emotional health; fitness & nutrition; general health; relationships; and sexual & reproductive health. If you've thought about a health question, it's likely on Go Ask Alice!

On the site, you can find a Q&A Library, Health Info & Resources, Quizzes and Polls. You can receive information through Facebook, Twitter and email. Check out Go Ask Alice!

Suicide Prevention

Suicide is the second leading cause of death among 25-34 year olds and the third leading cause of death among 15-24-year olds (CDC 2005). Don’t be a statistic! If you are thinking about suicide, or know a friend that may be, this site can provide HELP AND HOPE.

The Kristin Brooks Hope Center provides crisis hotlines, online crisis chat, and outreach for college campuses. Find information and support, 24 hours per day by calling 1-800-442-HOPE.