Self-Help Mental Health Resources

Concerns and Issues

We encourage students to learn more about common mental health topics.

External Resources

Ears for Peers

Ears for Peers is an anonymous, confidential hotline for Tufts students. They are available 7:00pm-7:00am every night during the academic year. Although they do not offer mental health treatment, they are there to listen and to help with all kinds of issues and concerns.

Go Ask Alice!

The Go Ask Alice! website is supported by Columbia University health promotion and health care specialists. Their team members have advanced degrees in fields such as public health, health education, medicine, and counseling.

Mental Health America

Mental Health America provides a collection of free, confidential, anonymous, and validated screening tools to help you understand and learn more about your mental health. The platform is interactive and dynamic.

Half of Us

Half of Us is an award-winning program from JED & MTV featuring a library of free-for-use videos, including PSAs and celebrities and students talking about their personal experiences with mental health and substance use. This platform can help you feel less alone and empowered to reach out for help.

Set to Go

Set to Go guides students and families through the social, emotional, and mental health challenges related to transitioning from high school to college and adulthood.