Mental Health Resources

How to Use This Page

Always read critically. UT Southwestern Medical Center does not monitor or endorse the websites listed below.

If you have questions or concerns about your own unique situation, make an appointment to talk with a counselor by coming to Student Wellness and Counseling or by calling 214-645-8680. Student Wellness is located at 5323 Harry Hines Blvd., Building S, South Campus, Suite S2.100 (Second Floor).

Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Substance Misuse Self-Help

USDHHS and SAMHSA Alcohol & Drug Facts

National Institute on Drug Abuse 

Anxiety and Panic

Anxiety Disorders of America

NIMH Anxiety Disorders (Panic, Phobias, OCD, PTSD, GAD)

Coping with Panic Attacks

Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

NIMH - Information about ADHD

Attention Deficit Disorder Association 

Bipolar Disorder

NIMH Bipolar Disorder


Depression in Medical, Graduate and Health Professions School

NIMH Depression

College Mental Health Task Group

Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline   

Dallas County Suicide Hotline 214-828-1000 or 800-784-2433


U Mass Med

Mind-Body Lab UT CMHC relaxation strategies

UCLA Mindful Meditations

Chris Germer Meditations

What is Mindfulness


Tips for increasing focus and awareness and decreasing stress at work.

Mindfulness Quiz

Mindful Eating Plate

Transform your Relationship with Food

Center for Mindful Eating

Free Guided Meditations

Relationship Issues/Conflict

Building a Healthy Relationship from the Start   

Assert Yourself! 

The National Network to End Domestic Violence


National Sleep Foundation 

General Mental Health

Jed Foundation


Steve Fund

Mental Health America 

National Institute of Mental Health

The Trevor Project  A 24-hour free and confidential suicide hotline for gay and questioning youth 

UT Lifeline

Love is Louder

Transition Year

Half of Us

Jed Campus

Jed Foundation

Active Minds

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Thinking about Mental Illness

Stress Management and Reduction

How to Become an Ally through Training

Mental Health First Aid

QPR Institute

For Faculty

Suicide Risk Factors and Warning Signs