ON CAMPUS EMERGENCY: 508.999.9191 (9191)
OFF-CAMPUS EMERGENCY: 911
The Counseling Center can also refer you to local, off-campus resources.
Online resources can be very helpful in learning more about depression, mental illness, and suicide.
However, online sources--including online depression screening questionnaires--are not a substitute for an evaluation by a counselor or therapist.
If you or a friend need help, it is always best to meet with a mental health professional.
If you or a friend is in crisis, get help immediately.
Depression (National Institutes of Mental Health)
The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is the lead federal agency for research on mental disorders.nd are at risk from depression, substance abuse, eating disorders, and other mental health problems.
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
A comprehensive resource for more than 23 million people in the U.S. who live with mood disorders. Education, tools, peer support and a wealth of inspiring stories to help you pursue your own path to wellness. Whether you need resources for yourself or someone you care about, DBSA is ready to help.
Information for college students on mental health issues, suicide prevention, commonly prescribed medications, and how to help a friend in need. Includes a screening program called Self e-Valuator, developed by Duke University Medical Center, to help students uncover whether they or a friend.