This page contains some useful mental health information. Please note that the material contained from the CAPS website/resources, as well as ALL external websites should NEVER be considered a substitute for a thorough medical and/or mental health evaluation by an appropriately credentialed and licensed professional.
Please click on the links below to access these resources.
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
This organization is exclusively dedicated to understanding and preventing suicide through research, education and advocacy, and to reaching out to people with mental disorders and those impacted by suicide.
Internet Mental Health
This site functions as an “encyclopedia” of mental health topics. It is a good resource for those attempting to obtain information about the various mental illness diagnoses. The site also contains a glossary of common psychiatric and mental health terminology and a list of common psychiatric medications and their side effects.
Let’s Talk Facts Brochures
This online resource contains a variety of informational brochures. They were designed for the informational purposes and provide some answers to several common mental health issues and disorders.
Mental Health America
This site contains materials on many mental health issues and topics.
ULifeline is a project of the Jed Foundation, an organization working to protect the emotional health of America’s college students. The site contains a lot of valuable and current information on many important college mental health topics.
There are two sections of brochures as noted below. Please note that all brochures on this website are for informational purposes only and are NOT intended to be used as a clinical assessment/intervention for any medical/mental health condition or disease. ALWAYS consult an appropriately credentialed and licensed professional for ANY formal assessment and/or intervention.
Collaborative Student Brochures
This is a collection of brochures created by STAC students under the supervision of CAPS staff