Student Wellness Resources
Learn more about these student wellness and substance abuse resources.
Mental Health Screening: This service offers free confidential mental health screenings to ASU students.
My Last Dip: This is a Web-based intervention project to help young chewing tobacco users quit.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: This hotline has counselors available to talk to those in need of help.
National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline: This site is dedicated to helping teens in abusive relationships. It asks quiz questions, offers fast facts and discusses healthy relationships.
One Student: This website provides information about taking action against sexual violence.
Aim for a Healthy Weight: This website is maintained by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and offers information about your body mass index.
CDC Vital Signs: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention maintains this website with vital information on the dangers of binge drinking.
Hands-Only CPR: This American Heart Association website provides step-by-step instructions for providing hands-only CPR so that you can save someone’s life during an emergency.
Healthcare.gov: This website provides information about the Affordable Care Act.
HIV RAP Interactive: This website is a collection of science-based HIV information, prevention resources and personal stories to help build HIV/AIDS awareness.
Life’s Simple 7: This program was designed by the American Heart Association with the goal of improved health by educating the public on how best to live.
ULifeline: ASU provides access to this library of information regarding mental health, alcohol and drugs, sexual health, suicide and helping a friend in distress. After linking to the site, under STUDENTS click on “Continue,” select Texas, and in the drop-down box choose “Angelo State.”