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Emergencies - Call 911 for Police , Fire, Emergency Medical System
Bartlett Hospital796-8900
AWARE (Sexual Assault/Rape/Incest)(crisis line) 586-1090
Careline Crisis Intervention - suicide prevention(crisis line) 1-877-266-4357
ULifelineOnline resource for college mental health
Support and Helpful Numbers
SEARHC Medical Clinic (for beneficiaries)463-4040
Juneau Public Health465-3353
Half of UsMental health issues are a reality for millions of people across the country. Young people are especially at risk, with half of college students reporting that they have been stressed to a point where they couldn’t function during the past year.
College Drug AbuseGet help on your road to recovery. Call 1-877-655-5116 to talk to a treatment specialist who will guide you to the right decision, or request a call back their website. They are there to help!
Addiction GuideExplains signs and symptoms of abuse as well as treatment options and resources.
S.E. Alaska Food Bank789-6184
Alcoholics Anonymous 586-1161
Narcotics Anonymous790-4567 | Drug/Alcohol Hotline 1-800-662-4357
NAMI Juneau (Polaris House)780-6775
JAMHI Walk-In Clinic463-3303
Catholic Community Services586-9018
Surviving Stress and Anxiety in College and BeyondHelps students recognize and understand feelings of stress and anxiety and how to manage these feelings so they don't become overwhelming.
Psych CentralQuick Depression Screening Test
Mental Health Guide for College StudentsThis guide is designed to help identify the signs and symptoms of common mental health issues for college students.
Drug RehabInformation and answers for those fighting addiction.
Addiction CenterDrug abuse hotline and resources for treatment centers.
National Eating Disorder AwarenessHelp and support for eating disorders.
Texas Women's University Self Help LibraryThe Self Help Library is a useful resource that covers a broad spectrum of issues concerning mental health and wellness.
SEAGLA LGBTQ+The Southeast Alaska Gay and Lesbian Alliance (SEAGLA) works to provide a supporting social network for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer people in Southeast Alaska. We foster personal and public acceptance of these persons as members of society with full economic, social, legal and political rights.
Accredited Schools OnlineLGBTQ Student Resources and Support
UAS Student Handbook and Code of ConductPrinciples and policies for UAS students.
Student Health 101The University of Alaska Southeast promotes wellness to the UAS community.
College Students and ADHDResources for college students with ADHD.
Juneau Mental HealthJuneau Mental Health Directory
I had a black dog, his name was depressionDescription of depression
A Parent's Guide to Suicide PreventionHow to Support Your HIgh School or College Student

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