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Ask Listen Refer

Learn how to recognize risk factors and warning signs of suicide, and how to respond to someone in need.

Mayo Clinic Mental Health

Provides information on life issues, mental health, mental illness and substance abuse. Search for "Mental Health" on the main page. For information on Attention Deficit Disorder, search for "ADHD".

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, suicidal thinking and drug use. Information on numerous topics related to college students.

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

Provides information on depression and its 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.

Resources on Eating Disorders

Offers resources such as books, newsletters, links, articles with information on eating disorders; includes a questionnaire, “Do I have an eating disorder?” and advice for family/friends.

Al-Anon

Find support and information for friends and family members of individuals dealing with alcohol abuse/addiction. Site provides link to local support.

AA (Alcoholics Anonymous)

Worried about your drinking? Check out this site.

National Sleep Foundation

Read about sleep myths and facts, insomnia, drowsy-driving and more.

Half of Us

Features real story videos of college students and information on veterans adjusting to life on campus, 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.

Apps for your mobile device
PTSD Coach app is a free app that provides tools for managing and learning more for people have or suspect PTSD. 
iOS
Android  

Mindfulness App is a $1.99 app that helps users learn and practice mindfulness meditation to achieve stress relief and inner peace.
iOS and Android  

Circleof6 is a personal safety app for everyone that can help prevent violence before it happens and has been endorsed by the Vice President of the United States and the Institute of Medicine/Avon Foundation for Women End Violence @ Home Challenge.
iOS and Android

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