Mental Health

Feeling like you need some assistance but not sure where to go? There is a variety of resources available to you. Click on the categories below to learn more about the different types of mental health support that can be found on campus and within the Yale community. Learn more about mental health, too, and help to promote a compassionate campus culture.

  • Find out who to call in an emergency. No matter what time of day or night, someone is available to help you. 

  • Learn what “mental health” means, what factors contribute to it, and when to consider seeking care.

  • Understanding common misconceptions about mental health can help to reduce stigma and encourage constructive, compassionate dialogue. 

  • Learn about the treatment options offered by Yale Health’s department of Mental Health and Counseling in addition to the appointment-making and counseling process. Get answers to common questions about treatment and clinical services. 

  • Take a free and confidential online assessment to help guide your decision about seeking professional care.

  • Peer counselors are students who have received extensive training to help other students talk through situations and refer them to appropriate campus resources. Explore a list of peer counseling resources here.