Resources on the Web
There is a lot of information available online. We put together a list of resources for you that we have found to be especially helpful.
Links for additional support resources:Mobile Crisis Assessment Team (MCAT)
Veterans Crisis Line
1-800-273-8255, press 1
National Suicide Prevention Lifelife
The Top Mental Health Challenges Facing Students:
Links for mental health information:
This guide helps to identify the signs and symptoms of common mental health issues for college students and where and when to seek help. Left untreated, these issues can become debilitating for students, so whether you feel you are experiencing these issues or find yourself concerned for a friend or peer, it is important to take action now.
Changing the conversation on mental health in the college community
Half of Us:
Stories and Information regarding Mental Health and Mental Illness
National Institute of Mental Health
A resource center to help students focus on emotional health before, during and after the college transition (there is helpful information for parents as well!).
An online resource to help you improve your mental and emotional health. Includes information on relationships, addiction, eating disorders, stress, grief and loss, and many other topics.
Links for alcohol and other drug Information:
Seeking Addiction Treatment?
Blood Alcohol Level Calculator
The Bacchus Network
The BACCHUS Network is a collegiate peer education initiative that supports the achievement of students’ academic and personal success by building skills in student leaders to address campus health and safety issues.
Above the Influence
Alcohol 101 (includes the "Virtual Bar")
Looking for some online resources to manage stress?Emotional Intelligence Toolkit
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Refer a Student
Staff Alison Franklin, LCSW
Brittany Higgins, M. Ed
The SafeZone program was created to develop, enhance and maintain environments in workplaces, schools and other social settings that are culturally competent and supportive to LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning) individuals, as well as straight, cisgender people who care about diversity, equality and inclusion.
What is a SafeZone?
A safe zone or a safe space is a place where all people feel welcome and safe. It may be a room, a car, or an entire college campus. The Gay Alliance SafeZone program aims to increase the awareness, knowledge, and skills for individuals and address the challenges that exist when one wants to advocate for their LGBTQ peers, family members, friends and co-workers. Creating safe zones or safe spaces is a proactive step that schools, agencies and corporations can take to create welcoming, inclusive spaces so that all people are empowered to reach their full potential.
What does mean?
If you see this symbol next to a staff member's name or an office door, it means that they have completed the SafeZone training. They have additional knowledge regarding LGBTQ related concerns.
Sponsored by the Diversity Committee