This free and anonymous mental health screening program is provided to all current students of the University of North Florida. If you have concerns about your mental health, you can find out – in a few minutes and in your own privacy – whether or not professional consultation would be helpful. To complete these brief online assessments, click here to access our online mental health screening program.
Click here to view a list of free mental health applications for your smartphone or tablet.
The following links serve as resources for those who are interested in learning more about mental health behaviors and issues that are commonly identified on college campuses.
Stress Management and Reduction (University of Texas)
Anxiety Disorders (National Institute of Mental Health)
Answers to your questions about Panic Disorder (American Psychological Association)
Relaxation Techniques (Web MD)
Controlling anger before it controls you (American Psychological Association)
Improving Assertive Behavior (Livestrong)
Learn Assertive Communication In Five Simple Steps (About.com)
The Jed Foundation
Love is Louder
Half of Us
Managing your distress in the aftermath of a shooting
Fight hate and promote tolerance (Tolerance.org)
Depression (National Institute of Mental Health)
National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD)
Coping with Grief and Loss (Helpguide.org)
Men's Health Network
Jacksonville PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of LGBT People)
JASMYN (Jacksonville Area Sexual Minority Youth Network)
Answers to Your Questions: For a Better Understanding of Sexual Orientation & Homosexuality (American Psychological Association)
Sexual Assault/Violence Prevention and Safety
Male Survivor (Male Survivor helps men who’ve been sexually abused, assaulted, or raped)
Is Alchohol a problem for you? (American Academy of Family Physicians)
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