General Mental Wellness

College life and life in general can pose a variety of challenges. To be successful, it is important to understand how your mindset, thinking patterns, emotions, habits, and coping responses can help or hurt you. Below is a list of resources to help you be proactive and/or have a more positive response to college and life stressors.

ULifeLine - information about how to manage your emotional health, cope with challenges, and support the people in your life.

Mental Health is Health – information to help normalize conversation, create a connection to resources, and inspire action on mental health.

Grief and loss resources – articles, podcasts and videos related to grief and loss

Loneliness - learn about the prevalence, signs, reasons, and ways to overcome loneliness 

Self-care guide – printable 2-page color handout on self-care ideas

Student Guide to Surviving Stress and Anxiety in College 

Drug and Alcohol - helpful information for people who are dealing with substance use issues — and their family members, friends, and co-workers, too.

National Alliance for Eating Disorders – offers free resources and support groups for those with eating/body image concerns as well as their friends and family

 CTC Resources and Self-Care video – 4 mins (produced with ZPN)

When to Seek Mental Health Support video – 22 mmins (produced with USG)

 Good Sleep and Mental Health video – 50 mins

Understanding feelings  (4:14)