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Self-help brochures on a number of important topics for students are available at the Wellness Center. Visit the Wellness Center in C423 to browse our available publications and handouts.
The following online self-help and mental health resources for college students are not managed by Greenfield Community College. GCC does not review, control, or take responsibility for the content of these websites. These resources, however, include links to websites intended for the convenience of users.
Understanding Eating Disorders from BestColleges.com.
A comprehensive behavioral health organization serving clients throughout Western Massachusetts and the North Quabbin region. CSO’s mission is to provide responsive and effective interventions and services to support individual adults, children and families in their quest for stability, growth and a positive quality of life. 413-774-1000
Non-profit guide to mental health and well-being. Recommended resources include:
- How to Stop Worrying: Self-Help Strategies for Anxiety Relief – Information about worry and anxiety, tips for dealing with worry and reducing worrisome thoughts, cognitive distortions that can increase anxiety and more
- Family and Divorce – Coping skills to use after a divorce or breakup
- Grief and Loss – Resources for coping with grief and loss
- Cutting and Self-Harm – Resources for self-injury help, support, and treatment
NIAAA supports and conducts biomedical and behavioral research on the causes, consequences, treatment, and recovery from alcohol abuse
The Unabridged Student Wellness Virtual Pamphlet Collection is a collection of online pamphlets on mental health issues from dozens of college and university Wellness centers.
HSS provides information on body image and eating disorders
A project of the University of Texas Wellness and Mental Health Center that provides tools to identify and interrupt interpersonal violence, support survivors, and build a culture that values and promotes healthy relationships and consent. A great resource for building and maintaining healthy relationships.