Mental Health Resources for Students
Feb. 17, 2021
In partnership with the CSU Health Network, we have an important message to share: It’s OK not to be OK.
Many of us struggle with uncertainty, stress, loneliness, anxiety, and depression. We sometimes feel overwhelmed by academic and work demands, relationship challenges, racial injustice, economic instability, and political unrest. During the pandemic, all of our struggles can feel even more difficult.
You are not alone. We care about you and want to help. CSU Health Network offers numerous support resources that are covered by your student fees, which means you can access them for no additional charge.
- Online resources, including YOU@CSU, SilverCloud therapy modules, and the Nod app to help you build social connections, are available 24/7.
- Counseling Services are available by phone and through secure videoconference. Call us at (970) 491-6053 and we will work together to find the services that are right for you.
- Therapy groups connect you with others who share common experiences, identities, and concerns.
- Skill-building workshops offer opportunities to increase your knowledge and build coping skills in certain areas of your life.
- Multicultural Counseling Services are designed for students who have been historically marginalized and aims to reduce barriers for you to access and navigate Counseling Services.
- Concerned about your alcohol or drug use in these stressful times? Take an online self-assessment to help you check in with your substance use, reach out for support through our Drugs, Alcohol and You (DAY) Programs, or connect with other students in the Ram Recovery Community.
Visit Mental Health and Well-Being Support Resources for Students for a full list of the resources available to you and how to access them.
In addition to CSU Health Network resources, Tell Someone is a university resource where you can report concerns about safety and mental health – yours or someone else’s. If you believe someone is at risk of immediate harm, call 911.
Remember: Rams take care of Rams! That includes seeking support for yourself when you need it. We are here to help.
Dr. Blanche Hughes
Vice President for Student Affairs
CSU Health Network