Mental Health Resources
Below you will find a variety of resources organized by category. This list was developed for students, by students serving on National NSSLHA's Inclusion, Diversity, Action, and Equity (IDEA) Work Group. If you'd like to add resources that would benefit students, please contact NSSLHA. Remember, if you are struggling with your mental health and feel that you would benefit from seeing a mental health professional, please seek out help from a trained provider.
- You are not alone! Many people struggle with their mental health in school, and there is nothing wrong with reaching out or taking time for yourself.
- There are many activities and resources that may help improve your mental health.
- If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health, please do not hesitate to seek professional help.
- Check your university’s health services department, some offer free groups and counseling.
- Other aspects of health can also support your mental health, such as getting quality sleep, eating a nutritious diet, and incorporating movement into your day.
Activities, Worksheets, and Videos
- Daily Mood Tracker
- Mindfulness Information & Exercises
- Self-Care Checkup Worksheet
- The Feeling Wheel
Where to get additional help and information
- ASHA “Connecting Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists With Mental Health Resources”
- Anxiety in college: What we know and how to cope
- Mental Health Resources for College Students Blog Post
- National Institute of Mental Health: Where to find help
- Suicide and Crisis Lifeline: Call or text 988
- National Disaster Distress Hotline: SAMHSA 1-800-985-5990 or text talkwithus to 66746
National NSSLHA Blog Posts