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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 is available where college students seek information the most - at their fingertips on the Internet.

ULifeline helps colleges create and promote a customized mental health site for their students with campus-specific information and resources. A screening tool, developed by the Duke University Medical Center, helps students understand and evaluate the range of emotional disorders and provides customized feedback based on the user’s school and available resources.
The Jed Foundation provides ULifeline to all colleges and universities free of charge, regardless of the size or type of institution. Currently, more than 1500 colleges and universities participate in the ULifeline Network. The guidance of the ULifeline Advisory Board is key to its ongoing ability to meet present and future challenges in campus mental health.
Since its inception, ULifeline and The Jed Foundation have reached millions of parents, students, administrators and those who have suffered in silence. We will continue to be vigilant in improving ULifeline and its ability to educate, raise awareness, and reduce the prejudice associated with mental health seeking on college campuses.



Join us 11/30 in NYC for JED's Evening of Storytelling to support mental health & celebrate #GivingTuesday

The event will feature an exciting lineup of performances including Moth stories by Darryl McDaniels of RunDMC and WNBA legend, Chamique Holdsclaw, the music of Dana Fuchs & more! 


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