Anywhere, Anytime: Online Mental Health Supports

As school gets back into session and the stress of new responsibilities grows, many students may find a need for additional mental health support. Online resources have grown tremendously over the past few years. These supports may not replace traditional interventions such as counseling or psychiatric care however they can be an excellent addition. With a busy school schedule the ability to access support from a mobile device can become an easy and accessible tool.

  • WELL TRACK University of Arizona Campus Health Counseling and Psych Services has launched Well Track a free online tool to help deal with stress, anxiety and depression. Well Track is on demand and interactive. It offers a way to monitor your mood and progress no matter where you are or what time of day/night. Services include guided therapy, relaxation techniques and Mood Check.
  • U Lifeline is an online resource for college mental health. U Lifeline offers facts, resource links and wellness tips for students.
  • Zocdoc: Mental Health in College: A Guide for Students and Families. 
  • Many 12-Step Groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, or Overeaters Anonymous also offer online supports including meetings.

Despite a busy school schedule, this is one way students can prioritize mental health wellness.