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YOU CAN HELP!
FRIENDS HELP FRIENDS GET HELP!
BE A FRIEND!  HELP A FRIEND!


RECOGNIZE THE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS AND LEARN

Look below to learn how you can help a friend who is suicidal, depressed or suffering from an anxiety disorder or other psychological/emotional distress
You likely know someone in need of help. It may be one of your ROOMMATES, one of your FRIENDS or your PARTNER.

RECOGNIZE THAT TREATMENT WORKS

  • Treatment (counseling alone, medication alone or a combination of both) is effective in treating depression and anxiety disorders. Over 80% of people are helped with treatment.
  • 36-44% of clients coming to the Counseling Center over the last 6 years indicated that staying in school was a concern for them when they came in for counseling. 
  • An average of 93.8% of these student indicated that counseling helped them stay in school.

If you or someone you know is depressed or has an anxiety disorder or is experiencing psychological distress, reach out for professional help or be a friend and help your friend get help. Call the Counseling Center at 765-285-1736 or our answering service after hours and on weekends and the on-call counselor will return your call promptly 765-747-7330