These resources can help you keep your challenges from becoming problems.
At-Risk Gatekeeper Training is one way the Counseling Center provides information to the UB community regarding mental health issues and psychological distress. The online gatekeeper training curriculum now includes the following topics:
- At-Risk College Students: “How do I help a distressed student I’m concerned about?”
- At-Risk LGBTQ on Campus: “How can I help create a non-discriminatory environment for LGBTQ students?”
- At-Risk Veterans on Campus: “How can I better understand and support student veterans/military personnel?”
All gatekeeper training programs may be accessed through the Maryland Supporting Student Mental Health Program.
The University of Baltimore provides a free, anonymous online screening for eating disorders, alcohol issues, anxiety disorders and depression. The screening allows you to determine, in just a few minutes, whether or not professional consultation would be helpful for you.
Sexual Assault Resources
ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential online resource that allows you to comfortably search for information about mental health and suicide prevention. Sponsored by the Jed Foundation, the leading organization working to prevent suicide and to improve mental health for college students, ULifeline boasts more than 600 college and university participants nationwide.
Information on Alcohol and Other Drugs
- Freedom From Fear, a national nonprofit, offers a resource site about anxiety and depression.
- LawLifeline is a mental health resource specifically for law students, from the Jed Foundation
- LGBTQ Friendly Colleges & Student Resource
- Man Therapy
- The National Institute of Mental Health offers information on a variety of mental health topics including anxiety, personality disorders, suicide prevention and many others.
- Stress Management in College and Beyond