The following sites offer links to self-help resources for yourself or if you are searching for information to share with someone else. You are encouraged to visit and explore these resources, which are specifically designed for college students.
This site has an "Unabridged Student Counseling Virtual Pamphlet Collection," which is produced by counseling centers for college students. Scroll down on the page sidebar to see topic index. The pamphlets include the following and much more . . (i.e. Psycho-Babble chat groups for college students): Alcohol and Substance Use, Anger, Anxiety, Depression, Eating Disorders, Grief, Relationships, Sexual Assault, Stress, Study Skills, Time Management, Wellness.
This site has important information about behaviors that might be dangerous or injurious. There is an interactive assessment of symptoms that may indicate eating disorders, depression or suicidal concerns. The assessment can be taken for yourself or if you have concerns about someone else. This site does not provide a diagnosis and is not a substitute for professional care.
To help save lives, the best-selling book i>Suicide the Forever Decision, For those Thinking about Suicide and for Those who Know, Love and Counsel Them,, by Paul Quinnett, Ph.D. is herewith made available in a free electronic format to anyone in the world who wishes to read it or share it with others. Electronic copying, translation and distribution is strongly encouraged.
This site is health oriented and posts questions and answers on many health issues. It is produced by Columbia University's Health Education Program, and it has a searchable database.