Website is a Resource for Emotional Health Issues on College Campuses

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Monday, May 7, 2012

As the number of college students struggling with emotional and mental health issues continues to be a serious concern, ULifeline.org has been relaunched to help address the needs of young adults who might be experiencing depression, anxiety, and a wide range of other issues. Visited by more than 160,000 people each year, ULifeline provides an anonymous, confidential web-based resource center allowing college students to search for information regarding emotional health, including alcohol, drugs, stress, sleep, depression and suicide prevention. It is estimated that one in 10 college students have contemplated suicide, which remains the second leading cause of death among this group. ULifeline was created by The Jed Foundation, the nation’s leading organization working to promote emotional health and prevent suicide among America’s college students.

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