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Student Mental Health

Mental Health resources for students, both on and off campus.

Free Counseling For Students

Madison College offers
free counseling services 
to all current and prospective students. 

The college's counseling professionals are here to help with:

  • academic and career counseling
  • conflict management
  • crisis counseling
  • personal counseling and more. 

All services are confidential. You can set up an appointment via the Navigate app or by calling 608-246-6076. 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Logo

If you are in distress or crisis, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available to help 24 hours a day at 1-800-273-8255

Crisis Text Line Logo

Crisis Text Line offers free, 24/7 help via text. From your mobile phone, text HOME to 741741.


Chloe Hakim-Moore: Stop Chasing Purpose and Focus on Wellness

This Ted Talk from 2020 discusses prioritizing mental health and wellness- and how it helped this speaker grow as a person.

Logo: University of Texas at Austin Counseling and Mental Health Center

The University of Texas at Austin Counseling and Mental Health Center's
Common Student Concerns website is a powerful resource for any students
looking for help with issues related to their emotional and mental health. Please
note that some resources may be specifically for UT Austin students. 

Kati Morton, licensed therapist, offers some pointers on managing school related stress.
Her YouTube channel offers weekly mental health related videos. 

The Great Courses: Make Stress Work For You

Make Stress Work For You is a video series from The Great Courses, available through the library database Kanopy.
Includes 18 full episodes on a varitey of aspects of stress. Madison College username and password required for access.  

NAMI National Alliance on Mental Illness Logo

NAMI is the National Alliance on Mental Illness. They educate on, and advocate for, mental health issues for all Americans. Check out the Find Support section of their website for more information about NAMI affiliated resources in Wisconsin. 

Books Available at Madison College Libraries