There are 18 million of you college students in this country. And you need to know you are not just one in 18 million, you are THE one in 18 million we care about. College life is full of stress. Grades, new roommate situations, girl/guy troubles, drugs & alcohol decisions, you name it. We get it. It’s tough. Please, consider visiting these sites for information, help, chats, inspiration, and most importantly, to know you are not alone in this.
FOR IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE, call The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800.273.8255
9outof10.mobi 1 in every 10 students contemplates suicide. You could be one of the remaining NINE to help that ONE. Please pull up our mobile site on your smart phone and keep it handy – you may save a life. This is an original program of our Foundation.
The Jed Foundation has emerged as the leader in protecting the emotional health of America’s 18 million college students.
Love is Louder
Love and support are more powerful than the external and internal voices that bring us down, cause us pain and make us feel hopeless. Find out more.
Half of Us campaign with mtvU uses stories of students and high-profile artists to increase awareness about mental health problems and the importance of getting help. Visit halfofus.com to view video stories, learn more about emotional disorders, support others by becoming an advocate and download the My Mood Ring application for your Facebook page.
ULifeline is an anonymous online resource to learn more about your thoughts and feelings, and to reach out for help if necessary. Visit ULifeline.org to take a confidential screening, to research mental health conditions or to locate resources on your campus.
Reach Out – The Inspire USA Foundation For students by students, blogs and resources for getting through tough times.
The Transition year from The Jed Foundation An online resource and checklist for selecting and preparing for college developed by the Jed Foundation
ACTIVE MINDS – changing the conversation about mental health – consider starting a chapter on your college campus or getting involved with Active Minds Programming.
What a difference a friend makes – This site is here for people living with mental illness—and their friends. You’ll find tools to help in the recovery process, and you can also learn about the different kinds of mental illnesses, read real-life stories about support and recovery, and interact with the video to see how friends can make all the difference.
The Trevor Project, It Gets Better The voice for GLBTQ Youth and an inspiration.