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Online resources

Ask Listen Refer — Provides information on how to recognize risk factors and warning signs of suicide, and how to respond to someone in need.

NAMI - National Alliance for the Mentally Ill — Provides information on illnesses such as depression, anxiety disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorder, medications and local support groups for patients and their families.

ULifeline — Provides a self-evaluation tool to address depression, anxiety, eating disorders, alcohol abuse, suicidal thinking and drug use. Information on numerous topics related to college students.

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance — Provides information on depression and treatment; includes screenings.

Anxiety Disorders Association of America — Offers information on anxiety disorders, screening tools, self-help and how to get support.

National Eating Disorders Association — Provides information, programs and treatment referrals.

Al-Anon — Provides information for friends and family members of individuals dealing with alcohol abuse/addiction; includes a link to local support.

AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) — Provides information and support for those struggling with alcohol abuse/addiction.

National Sleep Foundation — Provides information about sleep myths and facts, insomnia, drowsy-driving and more.

Half of Us — Features real story videos of college students; information on veterans adjusting to life on campus and athletes balancing academics and athletics; the impact of technology on emotional health; recovery from substance abuse and more.

A Guide to College Student Mental Health — A comprehensive guide to help college students identify common mental health disorders, their warning signs, when to seek treatment and how to manage them.

Make The Connection — Features veterans and their family members sharing stories of strength and recovery; provides information on mental health and local mental health resources; and helps others learn how to show support.

The Trevor Project — Provides support for students in the LGBTQ community.

Main campus resources

Burrell Behavioral Health – Adult Outpatient Mental Health Services (573) 777-7500

CenterPointe Outpatient Services – Outpatient Mental Health Services (573) 875-5900

Family Counseling Center of Missouri, Inc – Outpatient Mental Health Services (573) 443-2581

CenterPointe Hospital Columbia, Missouri – Inpatient Mental Health Services (855) 623-7016

National resources

Suicide Prevention Hotline — (800) 273-8255

Crisis Text Line — Text: HELLO to 741741

Trevor Support Center — LGBTQ crisis line: Call 866-488-7386 or text START to 678678

Veterans Crisis Line — call 800-273-8255 or text: 838255

Self help apps

PTSD Coach is a free app that provides tools for managing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and information for people who have or suspect PTSD.


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