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Mental Health Resources for Students

MindWise Mental Health Screenings—free and anonymous online screening for anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and other well-being factors. 

ThrivingCampus—free listing of local mental health professionals.  

“Let’s Talk” Drop-In Services—free service that offers students a brief, informal, confidential consultation with a Butler counseling staff member by Zoom. 

Mobile access to trained therapists through the HealthiestYou app—Butler students enrolled in the University’s United Healthcare student insurance plan can use this service at NO CHARGE. Students not enrolled in the University-sponsored insurance plan can access the service for a reduced fee. Service includes 24/7 access to a doctor for students on the insurance plan. 

Butler Counseling and Consultation Services (CCS)—offers a wide variety of services including individual therapy, group therapy, psychiatric medication management, as well as a comprehensive listing of websites and apps to support mental health and emotional well-being. 

Mental Health First Aid—is a skills-based training course that teaches trainees about mental health and substance-use issues. A number of Butler students, faculty, and staff have completed this training and are available to help you. Click here for more information and to connect with a caring member of our community.  

Mental Health Resources for Employees

MindWise Mental Health Screenings—free and anonymous online screening for anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and other well-being factors. 

Mental Health First Aid—a skills-based training course that teaches trainees about mental health and substance-use issues. A number of Butler students, faculty, and staff have completed this training and are available to help you.

Butler Counseling and Consultation Services (CCS)—offers a comprehensive listing of websites and apps to support mental health and emotional well-being.

Faculty and staff also have access to the Employee Assistance Program, which provides several resources for personal and work-life issues at no charge, and the Optum Public Crisis Line 866-342-6892. This emotional support helpline is free of charge and available to anyone, including family and friends.