National Mental Health Meta-Sites

Local Mental Health Meta-Sites

In keeping with the holistic approach of the Wellness Center’s mission, we have listed the websites below for students to access. These are for additional supports and services outside the campus. It is our goal that every student is able to access needed resources whether on campus or out in the community.

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From Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky & Southwest Ohio.

The search options are a combination of over 700 Support Groups and hundreds of other wellness and treatment options that help individuals and families with mental health and substance use. 

There are 4 drop-down selectors to pinpoint areas:

  1. Topic
  2. Resource needed (e.g. counseling, crisis, hospitalization etc…)
  3. Other (child, teen, adult, older adult & sliding scale fee)
  4. Location (by county)

Addictions and Substance Abuse

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Prescription drug abuse causes the largest percentage of deaths from drug overdosing (Over 22,000 a year). Part of our mission is to spread awareness about drug abuse of prescription drugs. Our website offers free information of a range of drugs and medical products that can cause serious addiction, injury, or even death

Al-Anon Family Groups are for the families & friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, & hope in order to solve their common problems. Al-Anon is supported by the contributions of its members, and there are no dues or fees to attend a meeting. We believe there shouldn’t be any barriers to obtaining sobriety. We respect all members privacy and anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all Al-Anon Traditions.

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When someone with an alcohol use disorder makes the decision to give up alcohol, it requires a permanent life change. After detox, the recovery process includes lifestyle changes and creating a support system. 

While the most known program is Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and the 12 Step program, this faith-based program doesn’t work for everyone. SMART Recovery is an abstinence-oriented, not-for-profit organization for individuals struggling with addiction. 

Their science-based program focuses on self-empowerment and teaches the skills required to achieve self-directed change. It is open to anyone suffering from alcohol abuse, substance abuse, drug addiction, or any other type of addiction. 

Information about the impact of alcohol and drug use has on oral health.

This website provides a list of Ohio Recovery Centers offering low-cost via sliding fee scales and Medicaid. 

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BIPOC Mental Health Resources


Eating Disorders

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Alcohol and eating disorders often go together. The frequency at which eating disorders and alcohol use disorders co-occur is extremely high.

Family and Relationship Issues

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Grief and Loss

Mindfulness and Stress Reduction

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Learn the basics of mindfulness....helps with stress reduction and much more!


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Check out these top apps to apply to your iPhone or Android for help in finding ways to deal with anxiety or depression...

Health and Wellness

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Meditation and Calm

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Sexual Abuse, Rape, and Trauma

Sexual Orientation

Spring Break


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