Online Mental Health Resources

These resources provide much factual educational materials on a variety of mental health topics. They provide a good perspective and context for understanding issues that are germane to the human condition. Obtaining such a perspective helps to reduce stress and diminish worry as students can more readily decide whether further follow-up care is warranted. These include apps, videos, Ted Talks, and informational pamphlets, as well as links to professional websites that provide suggestions and coping strategies.


We have provided links to nationally recognized, credible websites such as the American Psychological Association (APA), the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA), all of which provide current literature on topics of interest to students such as Anxiety, Stress, Depression, Coping with Trauma, Dealing with Loss, Substance Abuse, and Eating Disorders to mention a few. You may also click the last link to find an off-campus psychologist through Colorado Psychological Association.


American Psychological Association

National Institute of Mental Health

National Institute of Mental Health  (Spanish Link)

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

University of California at Los Angeles Mindful Awareness Research Center

Colorado Psychological Association

Education and Research on ADHD

FREE Online Assessment

Many students have little, free, unscheduled time to pursue the types of self-care that they would like. We have made it possible for you to do an online screening for eating disorders, alcohol, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, and bipolar disorder through our website. After clicking on the button below use “METROSTATE” for your password. Then select the screening that you would like to take. Results are communicated instantly. Share your results when you come in for a visit.