ASU promotes mental health access and awareness

Mental Health Awareness Month was established to raise awareness about the importance of our mental well-being, connect people to needed resources and destigmatize conversations related to mental health.

Arizona State University provides counseling services and other resources to support the mental health of faculty and staff. Employees can contact the Employee Assistance Office for on-campus resources, including mental health assessments, interventions and referrals. The university supports employee wellness by encouraging prevention efforts, including mental health screenings.

Take a free screening

One in five adults experience mental illness each year, and only half will receive treatment, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Treatment can offer positive outcomes for the recovery of mental health conditions.

Call, text or chat the free and confidential 988 Lifeline to speak with a trained crisis counselor if you are experiencing a mental health crisis.

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