If you’re struggling or need assistance, help is here for you.
Use these tips from Active Minds for navigating these important conversations.
In addition to individual therapy, many counseling centers offer additional support, including group sessions, workshops, and reading material about different issues impacting college students today. Carve out a few minutes to search for your university’s counseling center to see what’s available in-person or online.
What kind of support is available to me in my community?
In partnership with the Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies and the Jewish Federations of North America, Hillel connects students seeking support — including mental health counseling, vocational services, and resume support — with organizations offering these services. Below is a list of organizations that support opportunities for college students.
Don’t see your community listed? Find out if there’s a Jewish Human Services agency near you, or use the SAMHSA agency locator to discover mental health organizations in your state.
Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis offers counseling, career services, and financial assistance. Contact Dana Shapiro.
Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Southern New Jersey has emergency assistance, food support, and counseling services. Contact Rachael Ovitz.
Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Philadelphia provides emergency financial assistance, care management, counseling, information, and referral. Contact David Rosenberg.