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.
Just like the seasons change, so will the support you may need. Remember... it is okay to not be okay.
Reach Out to Your Peers
Whether you are looking for casual advice or guidance, know there are individuals in our community eager and ready to help you, some of these being your friends and/or peers- many who have experienced similar situations as you. Peer support may be a good first step to sharing your struggles and identifying what support you may need.
Seek Professional Help at Stanford
There will be times here that you feel so challenged or overwhelmed that you need the warm support of professional help. Remember, you are not alone in these difficult times, and professionals from these resources are committed to helping you work through whatever you are struggling with.
Life Threatening Emergencies & Immediate Support
If you or someone you know is in crisis, in need of immediate emergency support, or has a life-threatening emergency: Call 911 (or 9-911 from an on-campus phone) for immediate help or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.