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All of us feel lonely at times. Loneliness can have a serious effect on your health, so it is important to be able to recognize signs that you are feeling lonely. It is also important to remember that being alone isn't the same as being lonely. If loneliness is affecting your well-being, there are things you can do to help you

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form new connections and find the social support that you need. Work on forming new connections and spend some time talking to people in your life. If you're still struggling, consider therapy. Whatever you choose to do, just remember that there are people who can help. Here are a few resources that may assist you in feeling a little less lonely and help you make a healthy connection with a friend.

Wellness Tools

Free Wellness Tools

Life can be stressful and anxiety provoking. You may be stressed about performance at school, too many responsibilities, relationships, traumatic events, or a life change. Everyone feels stress from time to time. Talking with your counselor at school will help you learn what causes or triggers your stress and what coping techniques work for you. But what can you do

if you're not at school and are feeling overwhelmed? You can check the numerous resources listed on our main counseling page for specific topics and you can try these free wellness tools. If you are feeling nervous or scared about the Coronavirus, this site may help!


Free Helplines

Crisis Text Line:

Text HOME to 741741

Sexuality Support



Trans Lifeline


Eating Disorders Hotline


Rape and Sexual Assault



Grief Support


After Abortion Hotline/Pro-Voice


Self Harm

1-800-DONT CUT (1-800-366-8288)


Pregnancy Hotline

1-800-4-OPTIONS (1-800-467-8466)

National Youth Crisis Hotline 1-800-448-4663

Eating Disorders Awareness and Prevention


Adolescent Suicide Helpline





Depression Hotline



Suicide Hotline



Trevor Project









GLBT Youth Support Line


National Association for Children of Alcoholics

1-888-55-4COAS (1-888-554-2627)

National Child Abuse Hotline


National Domestic Violence Hotline

1-800-799-SAFE (1-800-799-7233)


National Drug Abuse Hotline

1-800-662-HELP (1-800-662-4357)


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