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Mental Health Resources2: Home

This guide provides information and resources on a wide variety of mental health topics, including stress, anxiety, depression, and more.

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The following guides are for informational purposes only and not intended to diagnose or give medical advice. 

Getting Help

You may want to get help for any mental health issue if it lasts for a long period of time or begins to interfere with your ability to function, such as eat, study, and have fun. TU has counselors who would love to help you with your mental health.

This site provides information about and contact information for TU's Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).

If you are having a mental health crisis, the following sites provide help:


Call or text 988 - Oklahoma's statewide mental health lifeline