Resources 

Clemson University Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

864-656-2451: During business hours
864-656-2222: After-hours psychological emergency (CUPD – Ask for CAPS counselor on call.) 

 

Mental Health America Greenville Crisis Line

864-271-8888


Visit Healthy Campus for information on a variety of health-related topics such as interpersonal violence, depression, stress, eating disorders, alcohol and other drugs, wellness and much more. Once on the Healthy Campus home page, click "Health Topics."


Making My Mark

Making My Mark’s mission is to promote awareness of suicide prevention resources and to encourage young people to seek help. Making My Mark’s mission is accomplished by education regarding suicide risk factors and statistics and by providing access to suicide prevention resources through outreach, presentations, fundraising and coordination of resources.


National Alliance on Mental Illness (Anderson-Oconee-Pickens)

Their mission is to improve the quality of life and treatment for the seriously mentally ill and their families in the Anderson - Oconee - Pickens counties of South Carolina through education, support and advocacy. (864) 882-5131

National Suicide Prevention LifeLine

1-800-273-TALK (8255)
TTY equipment: 1-800-799-4TTY (779-4889)
More than 150 languages are offered

 

Crisis Text Line
Text “Start” to 741-741. Free, Confidential, 24/7

FAQs About the Crisis Text Line

 

Disaster Distress Hotline

Provides crisis counseling and support to people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.


American Foundation for Suicide Prevention


Nine out of Ten


Seize the Awkward


ULifeLine

Starting the Conversation: College and Your Mental Health 

 

New Student & Family Programs

 

Resources:

National Alliance on Mental Illness (Anderson-Oconee-Pickens)

Their mission is to improve the quality of life and treatment for the seriously mentally ill and their families in the Anderson - Oconee - Pickens counties of South Carolina through education, support and advocacy.

Tigers Together is a suicide prevention program that works to provide information and resources, reduce stigma, and promote a community of caring. Tigers Together is funded through the Garrett Lee Smith Memorial Campus Suicide Prevention grant, which is administered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).


Tigers Together involves interested faculty, staff, and students in suicide prevention through our Advisory Board, Coalition, and Creative Inquiry Team. We partner with Healthy Campus, Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), Residential Life, New Student and Family Programs, the Dean of Students Office, the Psychology Department, the Institute On Family and Neighborhood Life, and many others, including numerous vibrant student organizations.


To connect with Tigers Together about this site or our program in general, please contact Dr. Martie Thompson or Dr. Heidi Zinzow. These contacts are to be used for general website inquiry only. Please do not use these contacts for crisis management or other forms of mental health assistance. To find help, visit Get Help Now. Visit the Tigers Together Home Page for assistance with other inquiries.