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Resources for Mental Health and Wellness

Crisis/After Hours:

Asian LifeNet Hotline 1-877-990-8585 (24 hrs) (Cantonese, Mandarin, Japanese, Korean, Fujianese are offered)

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

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

HGSE Lets Talk! Supporting Asian and Asian American Students through COVID 19 (8 part webinar series)

Racism and COVID 19

Racial Trauma Toolkit

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