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One in five teens and young adults live with a mental health condition, and three quarters develop one by age 24, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

In order to create campus communities that foster college students’ mental health & well-being, colleges and universities must provide students with:

  • Tools to support social-emotional learning
  • Skills that bolster their ability to thrive
  • Strategies for supporting others

Mental Well-being for Students equips undergraduates with essential skills and information to navigate the stressors and emotional challenges associated with college life. The 45-minute online course helps learners practice self-care strategies, recognize when they or their peers are in distress, and take action to find additional support.

Review our recommendations for implementing Mental Well-being for Students on your campus during Fall and Spring terms.

In Partnership with The JED Foundation

As part of our shared mission to promote student safety, emotional health and wellness EVERFI and The Jed Foundation have partnered to co-develop Mental Well-being for Students.

The EVERFI Difference

EVERFI courses use realistic scenarios that students can relate to and offer interactive elements that keep learners engaged.  Course content is evidence-based and written by experts in prevention education. Moreover, our courses provide real-time, anonymized data insights that illuminate the perceptions, behaviors, and experiences of your students.

  • TARGET AUDIENCE:
    First-year and continuing undergraduate students
  • PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENTS:
    Surveys and Assessments (pre and post)
  • TIME:
    45 minutes

This Course Covers

  • Self-reflection and awareness
  • Self-management and self-care strategies
  • Recognizing signs of distress in yourself
  • Recognizing signs of distress in peers
  • Responding to peers in crisis
  • Seeking professional help
  • Dismantling the stigma associated with mental health and well-being
  • Campus and community resources

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