Here at the Office of Mental Health and Support Services, we know taking care of yourself can be difficult, especially during a pandemic. This website is intended to serve as a resource by providing you with a variety of tools that you can use to navigate self-care in different aspects of your life. These resources are not meant to replace therapy or other professional support.
Calm Meditation, sleep, and relaxation app
Go Ask Alice! Columbia University
Relaxation Resources Dartmouth
Manage stress workbook – workbook for students to use as they reflect and work through their stress
iPhone/iPad/Apple Watch | Android/Google Play
Provides relaxation and meditation to help improve your sleep and reduce stress with music and melodies.
Provides animations to help your breathing.
Provides guided meditations, music, and talks with the largest library of guided meditations.
Spend 10 minutes a day practicing meditation and mindfulness.
Melodies that make you feel sleepy.
Calm and Meditate: Breathing techniques to increase mindfulness.
Drops your location to your “trusted contacts” when you indicate you are in trouble and need support.
Provides instant access to a library of mindfulness medications that can be practiced anywhere and anytime.
3 Good Things
Allows users to journal about positive events in their day, as well as share these events with others.
Provides suggested activities for stress relief, productivity, relationships, and general health; helps users create positive habits.
Daily self care is finally fun- take care of your pet by taking care of yourself.
Resources for Family
Community mental health services locator map provided by the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addictions
Specific resources for Mental Health and COVID-19
- Suicide and Crisis Lifeline: 988
- Crisis Text Line: text “GO” to 741741
- National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233
- RAINN: Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network: 1-800-656-4673
Chat feature available via web
- Trevor Project: 866-488-7386
Crisis support for GLBTQ people