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Self Help Resources

Online Mental Health Screening

Mental health is a key part of your overall health. Brief screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a mental health professional - they are a checkup from your neck up. This program is completely anonymous and confidential, and immediately following the brief questionnaire you will see your results, recommendations, and key resources. Screenings available for Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Depression, Alcohol Use Disorder, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Substance Use, Bipolar Disorder, and Eating Disorder.

Active Minds

A resource aimed at increasing students' awareness of mental health issues, this website provides information and resources regarding mental health and encourages students to seek help as soon as it is needed.

Alcohol Screening

A free resource that after completing a brief screening, the site will provide the individual with confidential, personalized results based on age, gender, and drinking patterns.

Anxiety.org

Online resources and articles relating to Anxiety including Generalized Anxiety, Social Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Separation Anxiety, and Phobias. 

APA Topics

A resource to find information on different psychological disorders.

College Drinking - Changing the Culture

A resource created by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA). This is a one-stop resource for comprehensive research-based information on issues related to alcohol use disorders and binge drinking among college students.

Depression Toolkit

This  is an online tool that helps identify depression, substance use, and sleep disorders, as well as provides tools for managing depression.

Female Athlete Triad Coalition

A resource dedicated to addressing unhealthy eating behaviors, hormonal irregularities, and bone health among female athletes and physically active women.

Go Ask Alice

A resource for students to ask questions online and receive answers.

Grief and Loss

A resource for grief and loss information.

Half of Us

A resource created by The Jed Foundation and mtvU that uses stories of students and high-profile artists to increase awareness about mental health problems including eating disorders and self-injury, while emphasizing the importance of getting help.

Healthy Minds, Healthy Lives

A resource from the American Psychiatric Association site that provides information about special populations and culture in college-age students.

LGBTQ Support

A resource from the Gay-Straight Alliance Network that is a national youth leadership organization that connects school-based Gay-Straight Alliances (GSAs) to each other and community resources through peer support, leadership development, and training.

Mayo Clinic

An online resource that provides information on a variety of health issues.

National Alliance on Mental Illness- NAMI

A resource for students that provides mental health support, education, and advocacy.

Sexual Assault Prevention & Crisis Services from the Texas Attorney General

A resource to find information about sexual assault from the Attorney General's Office.

STAR Council on Substance Abuse

A resource for substance abuse issues.

Student Active for Ending Rape (SAFER)

A resource that provides rape support service that fights sexual violence and rape culture by empowering student-led campaigns to reform college sexual assault policies.

Study guides and strategies

A resource that provides different self help study tips.

The Jed Foundation

A resource for students, parents, and campus professionals on reducing emotional distress and prevent suicide among college students.

Transition Year

An online resource center that helps parents and students focus on emotional health before, during and after the college transition.

Trevor Lifeline: 1-866-488-7386

A suicide hotline that provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth and young adults.

UlifeLine Suicide information and Resources Online Screenings:

The SCC subscribes to an online screening program intended to help our students get some ideas about issues that can seriously affect their lives. Each screening will take between 4 and 5 minutes to complete, and the results can be printed for your reference. Just remember – the results you get are NOT intended to indicate a diagnosis. They are intended to start you thinking about feelings, behaviors and thoughts that may be causing you concern. The questions asked and how you answer make a good starting point for conversation with an SCC professional.

Start the online screenings.  Type the keyword "Tarleton" at the prompt. If you have any questions about the screening, please call the Counseling Center at 968-9044.

Please be assured: online screenings are completely confidential. We do not collect any unique identifying information such as names, email addresses or IP addresses. No one will see your individual results except you.

Concerned about a student?

Are you concerned about a student at Tarleton? CARE is a resource you can use to refer the student to caring university professionals who will help assess the situation and help to take action where it is needed.