The following are reliable, not-for-profit websites with information on a variety of mental health topics.
- The National Institute of Mental Health is funded by the federal government to provide information and research concerning mental health issues.
- The American Psychological Association provides brief descriptions of numerous mental health problems and diagnoses with links to related articles.
- HelpGuide.org is a private non-profit, ad-free website in affiliation with Harvard Health Publications.
- ULifeline.org is a resource on college mental health.
- TransLifeline.org phones are operated by transgender people, for transgender people, and are available 18 hours a day every day—call 877-565-8860.
Managing your stress during the holidays
- Holiday Stress Resource Center
- Stress, depression and the holidays: Tips for coping
- Managing Your Mental Health During the Holidays
Alcohol and drug counseling, assessment and prevention
WSU offers students, faculty and staff a range of services related to substance use—including counseling, groups, workshops, outreach programs, consultation and assessment.
Education and self-assessment
WSU offers online courses and assessment tools to provide personalized feedback regarding your own substance use as well as general information about alcohol and drug use.
Clark County offers alcohol and drug treatment services. See the program directory (PDF) for contact information for other community resources such as Al-Anon, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.