Many people, especially busy college students, supplement their understanding of mental health issues by conducting on-line research and/or reading self-help books. While these resources are not a substitute for professional mental health care, they may offer valuable information and perspective. Therefore, we suggest the following resources:
Mental Health Screening
This is a quick and anonymous screening for Depression, Generalized Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Eating Disorders, and Post-traumatic stress. If you suspect you are experiencing mental health concerns but would like to conduct a free screening before seeking professional assistance, you may do so by going to these on-line screenings.
Marijuana eCHECKUP TO GO
The Marijuana eCHECKUP TO GO will provide you with accurate and personalized feedback about your individual pattern of marijuana use, your risk patterns, your aspirations and goals and helpful resources at Ohio University and in your community.
U-Lifeline provides a free suicide assessment and valuable information about depression and suicide prevention. However, if you are depressed, in despair, or experiencing thoughts of harming yourself, please consider talking with a CPS counselor. If that is not possible, please tell someone else you trust.