With uncertain times, feeling overwhelmed or anxious is understandable. We want to provide some resources you can use to manage these feelings. It is important to keep perspective and limit how much information you take in. Please continue to follow good physical and mental health practices, extend kindness to others and reach out for support.
COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest Emergency Room.
24-Hour Crisis Hotlines:
AMITA 24/7 crisis line (800) 432.5005
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800) 273-8255
http://suicidepreventionlifeline.org (chat also available) TTY: 1-800-799-4889
(800) SUICIDE (800-784-7433)
crisistextline.org Text HOME to 741741
WEB BASED RESOURCES
Managing Anxiety Surrounding COVID-19 (coronavirus) - American Psychological Association
Mental Health Considerations During COVID-19 Outbreak - World Health Organization
ULifeline - an anonymous, confidential resource where you can be comfortable searching for the information regarding mental health and suicide prevention.
Mental Health and Coping During COVID-19 - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Career and Job Placement Support
You Matter...We Care
We recognize that this is a time of great economic uncertainty and we want you to know that support and services are available. The Job Placement Resource Center (JPRC) and Counseling Services are here to help.
Please fill out this form and we will respond within 1-2 business days with suggestions to support your needs.
Whether you need assistance in fine-tuning your goals, are interested in finding more balance in your life or need help conquering fears about college life, or improving your success habits, we can help. Services are offered individually, in workshop, and small group formats free of charge.