Wellness Resources

Caring For Your Health

We've compiled some trusted resources offering different ways to take care of your mental health. Feel free to click-through the links below to learn more.

Jed Foundation Mental Health Resource Center for Young Adult Emotional Health and Wellbeing: Provides essential information about common emotional health issues and shows teens and young adults how they can support one another, overcome challenges and make a successful transition to adulthood.

NAMI.org: The National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.

CDC Taking Care of Your Emotional Health

Additional Resources to Get Help

Learn to Live: An interactive, self-educational, online program that uses cognitive- behavioral techniques to help you address a range of issues, such as symptoms of anxiety and depression.

AHP Live Care: Free Telehealth (including psychotherapy and psychiatry) for SAIC students with the SAIC Student Health Insurance Plan. This service is Available to students with other insurance plans, but there may be a cost based on those individual plans. Learn More 

AHP Live Care User Guide

AHP Student Assistance Program: 24/7 number: A FREE Student Support Service that can help with Crisis Assessment/Intervention and Referrals.

  • Call: (855) 850-4301 
  • Text “hello” to 61295 to get connected via text for immediate and crisis support.
  • MyLifeMatters.com is the website for AHP SAP.  The password for the website is AHP1
  • International students can collect call the SAP for “telephonic” sessions at 262.574.2509
  • International list of Crisis MyLifeMatters.com Hotlines

AHP Academic Emergency Services (AES): This group provides a wide range of services and benefits to prepare for your international experience, including referrals to local providers and access to prescriptions.  They can also help facilitate international travel for medical emergencies, and international referrals for physical health and mental health treatment.

Now Matters Now: Skills and Support for Coping with Suicidal Thoughts

Get Help Now

If you or someone you know needs help immediately, you should take one of the following actions:

For more resources on taking care of your mental health during COVID-19, check out our COVID-19 Resources page.



Here are some fun printable exercises you can download and try:


An easy way to check-in with yourself when you are feeling anxious. 


A meditative exercise to do on your own or with a friend!