Looking for additional resources? We've written some articles about frequently requested topics and have gathered a collection of helpful screenings and informational websites here. We've also compiled some information about about off-campus organizations that you may find helpful. Please note that online screenings are not a substitute for formal evaluation by a psychologist or other mental health professional.
Tools to help women and girls understand and resist harmful media messages that affect their self-esteem and body image.
About Health: ADD & ADHD
Comprehensive information about living with and treating Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
About Health: Panic Disorder
Comprehensive information about living with and treating panic disorder.
Resources for combatting the stigma of mental illness on college campuses.
American Psychological Association Help Center
Articles and information about psychological issues.
Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA)
Resources for the prevention, treatment, and cure of anxiety and mood disorders.
CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder)
Information, support and advocacy for people with ADHD.
Go Ask Alice!
An award-winning health question-and-answer internet service provided by Columbia University’s Division of Health Services.
Half of Us
Support, information and resources for students struggling with mental health issues.
Mental Health America
Online screenings, support, information and do-it-yourself tools.
Eating disorders help and information.
National Council on Problem Gambling
Online screening and information.
National Institute of Mental Health
Extensive information on mental health topics.
National Panic and Anxiety Disorder News
News, articles, information and advice for people affected by anxiety disorders.
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
Resources for preventing and responding to sexual violence.
Information from the American Society of Anesthesiologists on chronic pain, opioid treatment, opioid abuse, and non-opioid treatment.
Created by Dr. John Grohol, a clinical psychologist, this website is listed in the Forbes Magazine Best of the Web directory. Contains a broad variety of practical and fun resources on mental health topics.
Topics on emotional well-being and psychological treatment.
Start Your Recovery
Support for overcoming substance misuse.
Suicide Prevention Resource Center
Support and information.
College mental health information.
WebMD Mental Health Center
Comprehensive information on mental health issues and treatment.