SCREENING AND Mental Health Resources

Please view the resources below to learn more about managing your mental well-being and screening yourself for potential mental health issues. If you have any questions or would like to meet with a counselor to discuss further, please contact to get started.

Mental Health Screening

CCAPS Mental Health Screening: Sponsored by Penn State Center for Collegiate Mental Health, the CCAPS Screening tool is an anonymous survey that assesses the most common psychological problems experienced by college students. 

Mental Health America (MHA): MHA offers free online screenings for depression, anxiety, PTSD, eating disorders, and much more. The website also provides a treasure trove of free online articles, podcasts, etc.

You can also text "MHA" to 741-741 to reach the MHA Crisis Text Line.

If you haven’t yet, please consider taking the time to complete our Counseling Support Center Survey. Your responses are anonymous, confidential, and voluntary and will not have any effect on any course grade. Your answers will be used to help with program planning and to improve services.  If you have questions about the survey, you may contact

Suicide Prevention

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP): The AFSP is dedicated to understanding and preventing suicide through research, education, and advocacy, as well as reaching out to people with mental disorders and those impacted by suicide.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 24/7 suicide prevention counseling from trained staff at the closest certified crisis center in the network or online. Suicide Prevention Lifeline Hotline and chat lines are available at 1-800/273-8255

Suicide Prevention Services of America: A organization dedicated to suicide prevention in America.

SPSA offers:

  • 24-hour phone hotline: (988)
  • Workshops
  • Counseling
  • Prevention Training
  • Intervention in Schools
  • Support Groups
Mental Health Information

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA): Information on depression and bipolar disorder.

Freedom from Fear: Information about the diagnosis and treatment of anxiety and depression and general advocacy for mental illness.

The JED Foundation: Information about suicide prevention and reducing emotional distress for college students.

Mental Health America (MHA): MHA offers free online screenings for Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, Eating Disorders, and much more. The website also provides a treasure trove of free online articles, podcasts, etc.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): Provides education, support, and advocacy to all persons living in our community who are affected by mental illness.

TalkCampus: An anonymous mental health support network, available to you 24/7. The TalkCampus platform combines intuitive design, clinical excellence, world-class technology and global accessibility to support over 250 institutions and millions of students worldwide. Watch the video below to learn more.

You at Parkland: Find online tips and tools for everything from your mental and physical health to friendships and finding balance.

Kognito: An application that offers students a valuable tool for enhancing their mental health and interpersonal skills through practice-based digital learning experiences and role-play conversations, addressing critical topics like suicide prevention and social emotional learning.

Identity-Based Resources

A regularly updated collection of resources designed to assist and support identity-based mental health needs of diverse communities. 

General Resources for Diverse Populations

Inclusive Therapists: Inclusive Therapists is an organization cultivated by BIPOC mental health professionals committed to allyship, advocacy, activism, and abolition. Their mission is to dismantle discrimination and prioritize intersectional healing for BIPOC and LGBTQIA2S+ communities.

TalkCampus: An anonymous mental health support network,available to you 24/7. The TalkCampus platform combines intuitive design, clinical excellence, world-class technology and global support to over 250 institutions and millions of students worldwide. Available in26 languages.

Mental Health Resources for Marginalized Communities: A webpage detailing general resources from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

Resources for Black Students

Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective (BEAM): BEAM is a national training, movement building, and grant-making institution that is dedicated to the healing, wellness, and liberation of black and marginalized communities.

Black Mental Health Alliance: A national non-profit dedicated to developing, promoting, and sponsoring trusted, culturally relevant educational forums, trainings, and referral services that support the health and well-being of black people and their communities.

10 Free and Low-Cost Therapy Resources for Black People and People of Color: This informative article outlines different local and national mental health organizations focused on providing low-cost, culturally competent, and quality mental health services to people of color.

EveryMind's Database for Black Mental Health Resources: A compilation of helpful mental health websites, programs, and information.

Resources for Latina/ Latino/ Latinx Students

Latinx Mental Health Resources: This article provides details on various types of mental health support, ways to reach out for help, common obstacles to accessing care, and guidance for selecting the most suitable options for your needs.

League of United Latin American Citizens Health Programs (LULAC): LULAC, the largest and oldest Hispanic organization in the United States, advances the economic condition, education, political influence, housing, health, and civil rights of Hispanic Americans through community-based programs. They serve all Hispanic nationality groups and provide event information, program links, and various resources on their website.

National Alliance for Hispanic Health: The National Alliance for Hispanic Health is a non-profit organization that works to improve the health and well-being of Hispanic people. Its efforts include, but are not limited to, enhancing the availability and quality of healthcare and advocating for better health outcomes.

Resources for Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Students

Asians for Mental Health Directory: A search tool for finding Asian therapists.

17 Mental Health Resources for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association: The National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association (NAAPIMHA) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote and redefine the mental health and well being of the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander individuals and communities in the United States through training, programs, policy & advocacy, centered on those with lived experience.

Resources for Native American Students

One Sky Center:  A national resource center for American Indian and Alaskan Native Health, Education, and Research.

The Federal Health Program for American Indians and Alaska Natives: The Division of Behavioral Health (DBH) serves as the primary source of national advocacy, policy development, management, and administration of behavioral health, alcohol and substance abuse, and family violence prevention programs for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) people. Collaborating with tribes, tribal organizations, and urban Indian health organizations, DBH plays a crucial role in national initiatives aimed at fostering knowledge sharing and enhancing capabilities. This is achieved through the creation and execution of evidence-based, practice-focused, and culturally sensitive programs within indigenous communities.

Healthy Aboriginal Network: Promotes wellness and literacy among indigenous youth through comic books and animated short films on health and social issues.

Centers for American Indian and Alaskan Native Health at the Colorado School of Public Health: An organization that strives to improve health outcomes for indigenous communities through research, education, and information dissemination.

Resources for the LGBTQ+ Community

The Trevor Project provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services 24/7 to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) young people ages 13–24.

The LGBTQ+ National Help Center provides vital peer support, community connections, and resource information. Their services focus on sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Chats and calls are not shared with outside parties, for your privacy.

Trans Lifeline is a grassroots hotline and microgrants 501(c)(3) non-profit organization offering direct emotional and financial support to trans people in crisis – for the trans community, by the trans community.

Mental Health America’s LGBTQ+ Mental Health Resources: Covering information from cultural competency to guides on finding affirming healthcare.

Resources for Veterans

Veterans Crisis Line Website: 24/7 confidential crisis support for veterans and their loved ones. You don't have to be enrolled in VA benefits or health care to connect.

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs: VA specific mental health services.

To talk with a peer coach, call Military OneSource’s free, confidential peer support services at 800/342-9647. This service is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.