Playfulness & Expression
Tie-Dye Sesh with
PINK Campus Rep Jacky
MORE WAYS TO #MAKEYOURMOVE
Sometimes being creative and expressing ourselves aren’t enough to help us cope with the mental health challenges we are facing. If emotional struggles are getting in the way of your work, school, relationships or quality of life, it’s time to reach out for help. Here are some options for having a free, confidential conversation anytime with a trained counsleor. You can find more options and ways to find a mental health professional on our RESOURCES page.
- The trained team at Crisis Text Line are there if you or someone you know are struggling with anxiety, depression, concerns about overuse of drugs or alcohol, hopelessness, abuse or thoughts of suicide. Simply text START to 741-741 anytime to start your live, confidential chat.
- Need to talk to someone now? The Lifeline has trained counselors available 24/7 if you’re worried about yourself or a friend. Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) anytime to get started.
- The Trevor Project offers a national 24-hour, toll free, confidential support line for LGBTQ youth. If you’re feeling hopeless or struggling because of issues related to your sexuality, discrimination or note being accepted by friends or family members, you can connect with a counselor via phone, chat or text. Learn more.