Click here to access the Monmouth College site at Ulifeline.org
Students are able to download information about various mental health issues and seek help anonymously via the Internet, a medium they are comfortable using.
This user friendly site is designed as a template that can be customized to the needs of any college to reflect the programs and policies of its mental health center. The Ulifeline Web site provides colleges with a free resource for bringing existing mental health services to their student population and complements rather than replaces the existing mental health information students now receive.
Current services offered through Ulifeline.org are:
- Go Ask Alice! Receives about 1,500 questions weekly from college and high school students, parents, teachers, older adults, and others. A customized version of Go Ask Alice! Is included on Ulifeline. Org allowing students from many colleges to have virtually any mental health questions answered 24 hours a day.
- A mental health and drug information library is available to students through the IntelliHealth resource, which features the consumer health information of Harvard Medical School.
- Developed at Duke University, the Duke Diagnostic Psychiatry Screening Program allows the Ulifeline user to be screened for different DSM lV categories. This software provides valuable direction to both students and counselor and links to a professional contact within the college healthcare community.