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Resources for Mental Health and Wellness

Crisis/After Hours:

Crisis Text Line: text START to 741741

National Suicide Prevention Crisis Line: 1 (800) 273-8255 (TALK)

LGBTQ+  National Hotline: 888-843-4564

National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs: 212-714-1141 (English and Spanish)

Steve Fund for People of Color: text STEVE to 741741 (culturally trained professionals)

Trans Lifeline: 877-565-8860

Veterans Crisis Line: 1 (800) 273-8255 Press 1 or text to 838255

Educational/Self Help:

COVID 19 and Mental Health

SAMSHA -Self Help Tips for Taking Care of Your Behavioral health

Center for Disease Control - Taking Care of Your Emotional Health

DACA and Immigation

Informed Immigant -Coping with DACA and Immigrant-related Stress

Eating Disorders

Telehealth - Emily Program 

National Eating Disorders Association - HelpLine connection

Help a Friend

JED - Half of Us 

NCAA Sports

Mental Health Daily Strategies

Queer and Trans

National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network

Relaxation Tools

Calm -ambient music or soothing nature impages

Headspace (Meditation): Impatient Yogi video

Self Care

JED Foundation - Love is Louder

Bessel Van der KolkCaring for Yourself in Time of Social Distancing

CallToMindNow - How to take care of your mental health

Personal Health Screening  - select "Individual" under Take A Screening, scroll down and select "Take a Screening" again, choose which screening to take. Note: personal health screenings create awareness. Information provided is not a professional diagnosis. If a screening creates stress, speak with a mental health professional on campus or in the community. 

Students of Color

Mental Health Tips for African Americans to Heal after Collectively Witnessing an Injustice

The Steve Fund - cultural community of information, including a self care blog and text line support

The Young Black Men Project

We R Native

Substance Abuse

Recovery Community for Substance Abuse

CSS Student Health and Wellness has a licensed drug counselor on staff. If you need additional individual support or referral for your recovery at this time, contact Glenn Maloney, LICSW LADC at gmaloney@css.edu