If you are at imminent risk for self-harm please go to the Madison Memorial Emergency Room. For individuals who are at risk for harming themselves or are having a similar significant crisis, please dial 211 to access the Idaho Careline and be prepared to select Option 3. For students who are actively meeting with a BYU-Idaho counselor and are at risk for harming themselves or having a similar significant crisis, please call 208-496-HELP (208-398-4357).
Learn more about different mental health issues and how you can improve your own life or better understand a loved one.
Therapy Assistance Online (TAO) is a free resource for currently enrolled on-campus BYU-Idaho students and BYU-Idaho employees. TAO is an interactive, web-based program that provides well-researched and highly effective strategies to manage stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns.
Please feel free to browse this listing of selected topics in your search for improving your life or to better understand someone you care about. Simply click on the topic to learn more.
When someone shares with you that they have been sexually assaulted, your caring response will make all the difference. It can be intimidating to sit in these emotionally vulnerable moments. More than anything else, they need your support.