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Resources

Students having a picnic on the quad

The following links are provided for your information only. We do not specifically endorse any service or information provided on the internet. Self-help resources can be great to accompany work you are doing in therapy or in a support group. We do not necessarily recommend self-treatment as a sole course of treatment. If you are interested in talking with a counselor at ISU Counseling & Testing Service, call us at (208) 282-2130.

 

Coping with Hardship/Tragedy

Coping with Hardship Handout

 

Substance Use/Abuse Information and Resources

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration

National Institute on Drug Abuse

 

Grief & Loss

Understanding Grief

Coping with Loss (NMHA)

 

Suicide Prevention

The JED Foundation

Ulifeline

 

Professional Affiliations

American Psychological Association

American Counseling Association

 

Miscellaneous

Understanding Transitions and Changes for Students & Parents

Acquaintance Rape

Eating Disorders Education & Resources

How to Get a Good Night's Sleep

Go Ask Alice (Health and Wellness)

Contact Us

 

Pocatello:
(208) 282-2130
Graveley Hall, South Tower, Room 351

Idaho Falls:
(208) 282-7750
Bennion Student Union Building, 2nd Floor, Room 223

Hours
Fall/Spring: M-F 8-5
Summer: M-F 7:30-4

Neep help improving your social connectedness?

Volunteer. It's a great way for you to start building a sense of community, which in turn can help you make new friends and connect with others. 

Join a group. If  you enjoy reading or dancing, joining a book club or dance group can be a good way to meet people with similar interests.

Explore a new activity. Take a friend and enroll in a painting, exercise, or pottery class. It can be a good way to meet new people and expand your social group.