Mental Health Resources

Mental health involves the ability to express feelings, adjust to emotional challenges, cope with life’s stressors, and enjoy life. Knowing our strengths as well as areas of growth and working on our own with the occasional help from others from time to time are foundations of mental health. 

Below are some resources on campus, off campus, and virtually to help navigate mental health needs.

On Campus Mental Health Resources

Counseling offered by Student Wellness

Counseling offered by the Graduate Student Counseling Clinic

Cares Team 

QPR Training 

 

Off Campus Mental Health Resources

Deshutes County Provider Search 

Deschutes County Behavioral Health 

Crisis Line

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Suicide Line 

Virtual Mental Health Resources 

Mindfulness Apps

Breathing Apps 

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