Mental Health Resources for Students

To friends who feel sad and defeated, it is critical that we take time to heal and for self-care. Take a media break, surround yourselves with loved ones, friends, neighbors and colleagues who are supportive of you. Take the time to connect with people who matter; moreover, rejuvenate and energize your soul with prayer and connection to your Lord.

Fa inama'l usri yusra. With every hardship comes ease."If people gathered to help you, they could not without God's blessing, and if they gathered to harm you, they could not unless God ordained it for you."

If you are having difficulty processing, please visit your counselor or other healthcare professional on campus. Otherwise contact one of the following organizations:

Stones to Bridges - www.stonestobridges.org

Stop Bullying with STOPit™ - Anonymous Reporting Solution‎ www.stopitcyberbully.com/K-12

https://www.stopbullying.gov/get-help-now/

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline '1-800-273-TALK (8255)' or www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org

855-95-AMALA

www.amalahopeline.com