We encourage you to visit or contact the CBU Counseling Center for personal counseling, consultation, or for referrals to an off-campus mental health professional or to a mental health facility. The Center also has information on recommended readings, local support groups, web resources, etc.
The Counseling Center is located in the Thomas Center, Lower Level.
Phone: (901) 321-3527.
Crisis Phone Numbers (24-hour free assessment/assistance) include:
|CBU Campus Safety||(901) 321-3550|
|Community Behavioral Health||(901) 577-1004|
|Crisis Center (database of 3,000 referrals)||(901) 274-7477|
|Emergency Mental Health Service (427 Linden Avenue)||(901) 577-9400|
|Lakeside Crisis Care||(901) 377-4733|
|Suicide and Crisis Intervention||(901) 274-7477|
|National Suicide Prevention Lifeline||1-800-273-TALK|
The JED Foundation links you to a library of mental health information including depression, suicide, drug database, etc.
National Institute of Mental Health - This site offers sound information on symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of all mental health problems.
Scroll down to "Self-Help Brochures."
Note: Printed copies of most of these brochures are available, free of charge, in the CBU Counseling Center
The lifeline provides emergency suicide prevention counseling from mental health professional in the closest available crisis center.
This site offers information specifically for college students, with fact sheets on adjustment to life changes, anxiety disorders and depression, eating disorders and depression, alcohol/drug abuse and depression, and suicide and depression.
A term (such as depression, anorexia, or anxiety disorders) can be searched to find lins to valuable and comprehensive information and resources.
A resources for depression-related questions. Disclaimer: Please note that the CBU Counseling Center does not claim that the information in these resources is exhaustive of information available nor does it specifically endorse any service, support group, information, references, etc. provided at these web sites. Self-help resources can accompany work you might be doing in therapy or a support group, but self-treatment as a sole course of treatment may not be recommended. If you need expert assistance, please seek the services of a competent mental health professional. If deemed appropriate, referrals can be made through the Counseling Center.
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