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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.
National survey results reveal the importance of being prepared for the emotional challenges of transitioning to college.
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