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From early teens up until around age 30, rational thinking and the ability to regulate emotions and impulses are still developing. The biological risk factors coupled with the inevitable challenges of becoming an adult, make this age group more vulnerable to experiencing anxiety and mental health challenges regardless of previous mental health history.


Independent of college, statistics reveal a spike in suicidality between the ages of 15 and 25.


ULifeLine – Provides information to help individuals determine if they may be experiencing a mental health difficulty (ie depression, anxiety, etc) what it looks like. It gives a text and phone suicide help line. Also, if you say which college you attend it will tell you the mental health resources available there.


Affordable Colleges Online – Provides mindfulness/meditation tips for a busy college student to help decrease stress/anxiety. What to do in between classes, before a test, etc.  


Calm – focuses on meditation, breathing, sleep and relaxation. 


Headspace – mindfulness and meditation sessions reducing daily stress and improve focus and attention. 


Moodpath – Helps to daily better understand/track your thoughts/feelings. There are lots of in app purchases to enhance the experience you receive with Moodpath. 


Sanvello – for anxiety and stress. Connects to a community of like minded individuals. Helps break unhelpful thought cycles using CBT, mindfulness, meditation, mood tracking, and relaxation. 


SuperBetter – Website or APP. It’s a way to focus on increasing resilience, optimism, and motivation during challenging times in life through the use of a game. 


7cups – free connection to trained listeners and licensed therapists. You can search based on their experiences/specialties. 


Happify – App or website. Provides proven techniques and evidence-based interventions in fields of positive psychology, mindfulness, and CBT. 


Talkspace – counseling and therapy app – free consultation in helping to match therapists with your needs. 

Data on teen & college age suicides


Vibrant’s Safe Space – seeks to provide evidence-based self-help tools, education, and resources to people looking for support alongside crisis services such as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, as well as people in emotional distress who may not be inclined to use a crisis service. The development of the Safe Space was done in collaboration with the three national advisory committees of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, which is funded by SAMHSA and administered by Vibrant.




Just like the lotus, we too have the ability to rise from the mud,
bloom out of the darkness, and radiate into the world.

If you are in crisis, please contact:

Free 24/7 Crisis Support

Text HOME to 741741

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

1-800-273-TALK (8255)