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Mental Health and Resilience Resources: Home
Mental health and resilience resources for Lakeland students, faculty, staff, and administrators.
Who can use this guide? We can all benefit from self-care and wellness activities every day, especially during stressful times. Lakeland students, faculty, staff, and administrators are encouraged to access free mental health and resilience resources anonymously through links and videos on this guide. Click an area of interest below or tabs at the top to get started.
Mental Health Resources
There are many supportive mental health resources available on campus, in our community, and on the web. We encourage you to explore the resources below that can help you with your specific mental health needs:
Resilience is defined as "the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties." Resilience can help you persist in school and overcome challenges in your personal and professional life. We encourage you to explore the resources below to learn how to practice resilience: