Health Education, Promotion & Wellness

Depression Resources

ON CAMPUS EMERGENCY: 508.999.9191 (9191)

oncampus     On Campus

Counseling Center  

offcampus   Off Campus

The Counseling Center can refer you to local, off-campus resources.

online   Online

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.

Screening for Mental Health
Screenings for Depression, Bipolar Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Eating Disorders, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Alcohol Abuse

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 are at risk from depression, substance abuse, eating disorders, and other mental health problems.

Campus Blues
Information about common problems in college, including mental health issues.

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

National Institutes of Mental Health (NIMH) 
A division of the National Institutes of Health, a component of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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Mental Health Awareness, Outreach & Anti-Stigma Resources

 Last Updated On: 10/30/07

Contact Info:

Beth-Anne Vieira, MPH
Coordinator, Health Education and Promotion
T - 508.910.6965