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Supporting your mental health

Mental health is critical to your overall health and well-being.

Everyone has different stressors in their life. Maybe it’s balancing school, work, and life. Or it could be finances or food insecurity that’s stressing you out.

Use this site to find the resources you need.

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What’s stressing you out?

From ongoing counseling to crisis help, from mindfulness to building connections with others, and from managing money to access to food, the IU resources you need are all right here.

Sort by your campus to see how to find help where you are.

Find help

Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about.

Wendy Mass New York Times bestselling author

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Working to get you what you need

The United States has seen alarming increases in mental health issues on college campuses across the country.

IU recognizes that our students, faculty, and staff need to know there is support available when and where they want it.

We are continuing to expand and improve our mental health and wellness offerings to make sure you have the resources you need.

Learn how we’re improving

Additional resources at IU

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  • Healthy IU

    Learn more and find additional resources through IU’s employee wellness program.