Resources and Grants
A mental health resource center that offers college students information about emotional health issues and the resources available on their campus. It also offers a confidential mental health self-screening tool.
JED's Mental Health Resource Center
Provides essential information about common emotional health issues and shows teens and young adults how they can support one another, overcome challenges and make a successful transition to adulthood.
A nationwide initiative designed to guide schools through a collaborative process of developing comprehensive systems, programs and policies with customized support to build upon existing student mental health, substance abuse and suicide prevention efforts.
Set To Go
A new program that guides students, families and high school educators through the social, emotional and mental health challenges related to the transition out of high school to college and adulthood.
Half of Us
Award-winning program from JED & MTV featuring a library of free-for-use videos including PSAs, celebrities and students talking about their personal experiences with mental health and substance use. Half of Us helps young people feel less alone and encourages them to reach out for help.
Love is Louder
A community working to build a world where we all feel connected & supported. No matter who we are, where we’re from, what we’ve experienced or what challenges we face, there are things we can do to make connection and support louder in our lives and for the people around us.
Seize the Awkward
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), Ad Council, and The Jed Foundation (JED) have launched the suicide prevention campaign Seize the Awkward. This national public service campaign aims to empower teens and young adults to reach out to friends with mental health issues who may be at risk for suicide.
Download Our Just In Case App Or Go To "Counseling Center: Just In Case" On The Mypace Mobile App
The Just in Case app supplies potentially life-saving mental health information to Pace University students, staff, and faculty. This smart phone app puts vital information and support options at your fingertips. Scan and open the app today, just in case you or a friend needs help…
- Medical Leave of Absence Application (PDF)
- Application for Resumption of Studies after a Medical Leave of Absence (PDF)
- Quick Referral List
- Center Library
- Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Referrals in Westchester (PDF)
- RED CARD: Recognizing and Reaching out to Students of Concern (Westchester Campus)
- RED CARD: Recognizing and Reaching out to Students of Concern (Law School)
- Stress Management Tips
- About Alcohol and Other Drugs
- Active Minds
- Circle of 6: A free app to prevent violence before it happens
- Coping After a Crisis
- Go Ask Alice
- A Guide to the Counseling Experience
- Guide to Managing Stress and Anxiety
- How Many Drinks Will You Have This Year?
- The Jed Foundation
- Learning Styles
- Managing Anniversary Reactions to Traumatic Events
- NAMI - National Alliance on Mental Illness
- Psychology Topics
- Psychology Help Center
- Sober Grid app: Allowing sober people to connect with one another
- Starting the Conversation: College and Your Mental Health (PDF)
- Stress Recess
- Virtual Student Counseling Pamphlet