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ULifeline for the OTC Community

Ozarks Technical Community College is now a proud member of  ULifeline!

ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center, where college students can be comfortable searching for the information they need and want regarding mental health and suicide prevention. ULifeline includes facts on mental health and wellness topics, suicide prevention and how to help friends. You can access self-screening tools and gather information concerning anxiety, depression, eating disorders, drugs and alcohol and other topics that impact college students.

Why do students need ULifeline?

Why do students need ULifeline?

College students are at an age particularly vulnerable for developing mental health disorders. Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students. Yet, most college students are misinformed or unaware of the signs and symptoms of depression and other emotional disorders. ULifeline provides a safe, private, user-friendly place for students to learn more about mental health.

Who produces ULifeline?

Who produces ULifeline?

The Jed Foundation developed the ULifeline program. This foundation is the nation’s leading nonprofit public organization working to prevent suicide among college students and improve the mental health support available on campuses nationwide. Since its inception, the program has reached millions of parents, students, administrators and, most importantly, those who have suffered in silence. The foundation will continue to be vigilant in improving the ULifeline organization and its ability to educate, raise awareness and reduce the stigma associated with seeking help for mental health issues.

Who can use ULifeline?

Who can use ULifeline?

College students are the primary audience for ULifeline. They access ULifeline to get mental health information for themselves or friends that they have concerns about. The site, however, is available to anyone in the college community, including faculty, staff, administrators and family members.

If the links above for OTC’s ULifeline do not work, you can copy this address into your web browser http://www.ulifeline.org/otc.

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