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Taking Care of Ourselves & Each Other

Health & Well-Being

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Helping You Flourish on the Farm

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From medical services to counseling, substance use programs and education to wellness courses, (and more!) we have you covered. You'll also find valuable tools like a go-to hub that highlights mental health resources, an online publication with tips and articles to support your flourishing, and the Red Folder for faculty and staff here.

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Mental Health Resources at Stanford

This website is your go-to hub for navigating the many mental health and well-being resources at Stanford. Whether you are seeking advice to establish your self-care routine, looking for ways to manage stress or mental health symptoms, tips to help a friend, someone supportive to talk to, or anything in between, you are not alone.

Professional staff and your peers are ready to support you, regardless of what point you are in your mental health and well-being journey.

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Vaden Health Services

Vaden Health Services is dedicated to providing you with exceptional care to support your health and well-being. For more information about our services, we invite you to explore the options below and beyond. 

The Flourish

This online publication is your monthly guide to flourishing on the Farm. Check out tips, articles, events, and resources to support your mental health and well-being.

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Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

We are a diverse range of cross-disciplinary staff who are personally and ethically committed to providing care that is rooted in cultural humility and social-justice values. With these values, we endeavor to see each student as a unique individual with their own intersectional narrative and recognize that healing could and should look different for different people, communities, and presenting concerns.

Office of Substance Use Programs Education & Resources (SUPER)

SUPER provides research-based alcohol and drug prevention and early intervention programs, education and resources for the Stanford community via peer educators and professional staff. 

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Red Folder

Guidance for faculty, staff, and community leaders supporting student well-being in Stanford communities.