ThrivingCampus is a web-based application that gives students, faculty, staff, and the community access to a nationwide network of off-campus mental health providers.
Montana Western’s goal is to make it easier to access off-campus mental health care in the community, across the state of Montana, and across state lines, including telehealth options.
UMW’s on-campus and online counseling services for students are always available, year-round, but access to this comprehensive mental-health care providers listing is an easy-to-use tool to explore what other counseling options may be available and the specialties of hundreds of providers currently accepting new patients. Community providers can also list their practices on the ThrivingCampus website.
Visit the ThrivingCampus website to learn more and view the providers directory: https://tinyurl.com/ThrivingCampusUMW
Kognito is an online training tool centered around mental health and suicide prevention. Kognito’s Mental Health At-Risk Training was developed to bring awareness to mental health issues that college students may face, and to give students, faculty, and staff practical strategies for responding when they recognize students in distress and to respond with appropriate support.
To access the Kognito site for Montana Western, go to: https://mus.kognito.com/
The “enrollment” keys that faculty/staff and students will use are: Faculty and Staff: westernfaculty, Students: westernstudent.
Once your account is created, you can explore the site and try out the simulation scenarios. After completing the training, participants receive a printable certificate.
Students who complete this training earn 600 paw print points!
All students, staff, and faculty are invited to login to the new online platform, [email protected], a 24/7, anonymous online well-being platform. This is a space for users to check in with themselves, set goals, and explore personalized resources created specifically for the University of Montana Western.
Users can create a completely confidential account with their campus credentials and begin exploring the portal. A few of the things that YOU can help with include: tips to adjust to distance and in-person learning, coping with stress and anxiety in a changing world, and maintaining and growing social connections.
New content is being added to YOU on a weekly basis to help support all members of the Bulldog Community. Visit (https://you.umwestern.edu) to create an account.
There are an estimated ten thousand mental health apps available today, offering a range of possibilities from connection with a clinician to symptom monitoring. Apps can be useful in care, but it’s important to be cautious about choosing a suitable app.
Visit https://mindapps.org/Apps to explore possible mental health applications.
College Alcoholism and Binge Drinking
Narcotics.com which helps people find local Narcotics Anonymous meetings and provides resources for various types of treatment including inpatient, outpatient and support groups.
Rehabs.org provides info for people at any stage of their recovery journey, including info on different types of therapy/recovery options, warning signs, how to talk to a family member, definitions of different types of treatment and a local treatment center directory.
Attention Deficit Disorder Association
Anxiety.org: Anxiety in College Students
Anxiety and Depression Association of America
National Alliance on Mental Illness
National Institute of Mental Health: Anxiety Disorders
National Alliance for Eating Disorders
National Eating Disorders Association
Grief and Loss
Coalition to Support Grieving Students
National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Sexual Assault and Victimization
National Center for Victims of Crime
National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence
Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Suicide Prevention Resource Center