In addition to the services provided by the Counseling Center, you may need help in finding additional information about other resources, both on- and off-campus. Here are a few links to resources that you may find useful:
Are you interested in mental health awareness or breaking down the stigma against mental illnesses? Do you want to change the conversation about mental health? Then check out Active Minds at Drexel University!
The Active Minds student organization will serve as a liaison between students and the mental health community by promoting open discussions about mental health, and holding various events such as movie screenings, panel discussions, stress relief activities and being a part of national events (Mental Health Awareness week, Stomp out Stigma, National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, etc.).
Our Goals are to break down the stigma of mental illness, raise awareness of mental health amongst college students, and to provide information and educate our campus about mental illnesses and what help is available.
For more information, please visit the Active Minds web site.
Alcohol and Other Drugs
Learn about Sexually Transmitted Infections, contraception, abstinence, date rape, and healthy relationships.
- The Nutrition Source
Frustrated with the overflow of bad nutritional advice in the media? Visit one of the most trusted nutritional sources.
- Go Ask Alice
Ask Alice any health question. You may even learn from other people’s answered questions.
International Crisis Hotlines and Counseling Services
- Screening for Mental Health, Inc.
On-line screening for depression, alcohol and eating disorders. This free screening is made available to all Drexel students and is taken anonymously. The screening is provided so that you may find out - in a few minutes - whether or not professional consultation would be helpful to you.
Take a FREE, ANONYMOUS mental health screening.
- Office of Equality and Diversity
- Combat Violence Against Women consortium
This consortium website offers information regarding University City partners and the issue of violence against women.
- Women Organized Against Rape
24 Hour Hotline: 215.985.3333
Women Organized Against Rape (WOAR) provides telephone counseling, crisis intervention, emergency room counseling, follow-up, referrals, court companions, advocacy, education, training, and literature.
Links to Additional Resources