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Helping Hand

Suicide is the second leading cause of death for young people between 6 to 24. Sometimes it feels as though your struggle is being underestimated by your age. But we hear you, and help is available

Dont Be Shy

Youth Mental Health Test

Online screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition.

Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common and treatable. And recovery is possible.

Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Calll: 988

Prevention Is Key

Things to help

  • Take a walk outside

  • Write a love letter to yourself

  • Write about something you are grateful for in your life (it can be a person, place, or thing)

  • Create a happy playlist and a coping playlist

  • Treat yourself to a favorite snack

  • Watch your favorite movie

  • Forgive someone

  • Forgive yourself

  • Say thank you to someone who has helped you recently

  • Create a DIY self-care kit of things that make you feel better

  • Take your medication on time

  • Take a new fitness class at the gym (yoga, Zumba, etc.)

  • Plan a lunch date with someone you haven’t seen in a while

  • Pamper yourself with an at-home spa day

  • Take a day off from social media and the Internet

  • Reach out to your support system

  • Cuddle with your pets or a friend’s pet

  • hat you no longer wear

  • Take the time to find 5 beautiful things during your daily routine

  • Take a mental health day from school, work, etc.

  • Take a nap

  • Reach out to the Lifeline

Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Calll: 988

Chat with us

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This chat is open to all students. Fell like you need someone to listen. Well, we are here for you.

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