According to the World Health Organization, "Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity." Mental health is important at every life stage. It encompasses our emotional, behavioral and psychological well-being—how we feel, act and think. It determines how we handle stress, make choices, and contribute to our family and community.
The University is committed to supporting the mental health and well-being of you and your loved ones. We offer a range of resources, from education to support, to help everyone live healthy, fulfilling lives.
Services & Resources
Coping in Uncertain Times
Avoiding Emotional Fatigue
Call if you feel you are a threat to yourself or someone else.
Call if you are feeling in despair. There is someone to hear you.
Call the 24-hour Hotline for confidential counseling and referrals.
Notice: This website does not provide mental health diagnosis nor treatment. If you are in crisis, call 911 or the emergency hotlines above. For ongoing mental health care, contact a therapist or make an appointment with a clinical psychiatrist.