Mental Health Awareness
Mental Health Awareness

Not all wounds are visible

Mental health issues are becoming a growing concern throughout colleges and universities across the country. Aultman College is dedicated to its campus's mental health and providing a safe environment for all. 

Student Mental Health and Wellness Services

The College has been working with My Community Health Center to provide mental health sessions for students. Our contract with My Community Health Center has ended.  New services will be promoted during the fall semester. Contact Cynthia Martinez or Sue Shepherd if you have any questions/concerns.


Mental Health Awareness Resources

Below are resources that you may find helpful.  If you have questions, please contact the student success services coordinator, at [email protected]. Please note that this email address is not monitored 24-hours per day, and should not be used as a mental health resource. 

  24-Hour Hotlines                                               Community Resources

  Dealing with Disruptive Individuals                    Dealing with Distressed Individuals

  How to Deal with and Manage Stress                  Mental Health First Aid and Tips

  Responding to Suicide Risk                               

  Ohio Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Sites       

24-Hour Hotlines

Below are phone lines staffed with counselors 24/7. If you are a person in crisis, feeling suicidal, or in need of a safe and judgment-free place to talk, call the numbers below, or click on the links to be directed to their page's resources.  

                                          Suicide prevention logo   Veterans Crisis Line Logo   Trevor Lifeline logo