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Helpful resources

Looking for a community medical or mental health provider?

  • Contact your insurance carrier for a list of local providers who accept your insurance by going to their website or calling the number on the back of the card. 
  • Your insurance carrier may have a provision for telehealth services. Contact your insurance company for more information.
  • Your primary-care doctor’s office may also be able to provide referrals to medical specialists or mental health providers.
  • Psychology Today website has a therapist finder that will allow you to locate local mental health therapists who accept your insurance. Search by zip code, type of therapy, issue and/or insurance accepted by the provider to locate a therapist near you.
  • 211.org will provide local information about Essential Needs, crisis and emergency, Covid-19, service providers, and disaster assistance. 

Online resources

Ask Listen Refer — Provides information on how to recognize risk factors and warning signs of suicide. Provides resources and information on 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 and medications. Also includes 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 video stories of actual college students. Includes information on veterans adjusting to life on campus and athletes balancing academics and athletics. Also provides information on 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.

Love Is Respect - 24-hour resource for those experiencing dating violence and abuse. 

Meditations - Free online meditations

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