Mental Health Services
Resource list of phone numbers and websites for local agencies and organizations that provide crisis lines, mental health and addiction treatment services, day treatment and in-patient mental health services, domestic violence shelters and resources, sexual assault advocacy, and child & adult protective services.
Mental Health Resources
Resource list of phone numbers and websites for local hospitals, urgent care clinics, community health clinics and general medical information.
Provides UWB students free, 24/7 hour access to evidence based interventions for stress, anxiety, depression and phobias from the convenience of the students’ smart phone, tablet, or computer.
There are three main components to WellTrack:
Take the Wellness Assessment and measure your levels of stress, anxiety and depression. Begin a course tailored for you to address your needs and engage with WellTrack over the next few weeks. Separate on-line courses are offered for stress/anxiety, depression, and phobias (including public speaking). Throughout your journey in the WellTrack course, learn the tools that you need to take control of your mood, and get on the right track to feeling better.
Get introduced to MoodCheck, your daily mood tracker, and monitor how your activities throughout the day impact how you feel. MoodCheck sends two reminders per day via text or email for students to rate their mood in the moment, what they are doing, who they are with, and where they are. The data is used to provide summary information on what activities increase and decrease student’s mood.
Counselor assisted WellTrack. Students can work through these on-line modules on their own or they can complete WellTrack with the assistance of a UWB counselor. The student will give permission to the UWB counselor to review data and see their progress on their on-line courses as they integrate the on-line learning into their individual or group counseling.
To start WellTrack click here. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for the Access Code.
Mental Health Topics for College Students
The following websites address a variety of mental health issues. Many were created specifically for college students with the goal of de-stigmatizing mental health issues and encourage students to seek answers, support, and build their connection to a larger community. Students, staff, faculty, and parents who want additional support are encouraged to contact UWB Counseling Center directly.
Hear artists and college students share their personal stories through on-line videos. Learn new skills to deal with common mental health struggles such as stress, anxiety, depression, loneliness, feeling hopeless and anger. Resources are available that will provide you with the information and support you need as well as tips on how to speak to a friend you are concerned about.
An anonymous, confidential resource center where college students can take free on-line self-assessments that screens for thirteen of the most common mental health conditions that college students face. Learn the facts about alcohol and drugs, anxiety, bipolar disorder, borderline personality, cutting, depression, eating disorders, emotional health, schizophrenia, stress, and suicidal behavior. Learn how to help a friend or get help for yourself.
A movement of all types of people who have come together to raise the volume around the message that love and support are louder than any internal or external voice that brings us down. Love is Louder was started by The Jed Foundation, MTV and Brittany Snow to support anyone feeling mistreated, misunderstood or alone. It’s hundreds of thousands of people just like you who have turned this idea into a movement.
Self-help and professional literature that addresses the most common mental health