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Welcome to ULifeline
Thanks for visiting ULifeline! ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center, where you can be comfortable searching for the information you need regarding emotional health. Take a look around!
Today and every day, we are thankful to the service men and women and their families who sacrifice so much to keep us safe. Click the title to learn how you can support student veterans during their transition to civilian and college life.
This past spring, the JED Foundation, Partnership for Drug-Free Kids and the Jordan Porco Foundation surveyed 1,500 first-year college students to learn more about their transition triumphs and challenges. Head over to www.settogo.org for the results!
The JED Foundation teamed up with the Clinton Foundation, Facebook and Instagram to create a guide designed to help you recognize online warning signs that a friend may be distressed, including recommendations for taking action and offering support. Click the title to read (and download!) this very useful resource.
During Office Hours:
Determine if the counselor is available to meet with you. If the counselor is not available, please find the nearest student affairs staff member to assist you or contact Campus Public Safety
If it is after hours, on-campus students should contact residence life staff immediately. Staff will assist you in determining the appropriate step and intervention necessary.
Off-campus students have the following option after hours:
You may contact Fenway Community Health. The FCH after hours emergency number is (617) 927-6100 (select 1 and ask the on-call physician to be paged).
You should go to a hospital emergency room or 911.