Self-Help Resources

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If you are experiencing a problem and are in need of a direction, a good self-help resource may help you better manage and navigate your way through. Find the help you need with one of the reputable self-help resources listed below.

  • While self-help resources and information are useful, they are not a substitute for professional advice.
  • If you find yourself still feeling stuck, it may be time to speak with a professional.
  • If you are currently in treatment or therapy, please consult your mental health professional before utilizing any of these resources.


Do you know someone in need of help or support? Notify the College of your concerns by submitting a Care and Concern Report.

Report a Care or Concern

Counseling & Wellness Services at College of Western Idaho does not assume responsibility for the content of the sites listed. Please always consult a trained mental health professional before making any decision regarding treatment of yourself or others. Inclusion on this list does not imply endorsement nor does omission indicate disapproval.

Emergency Assistance

If you are in need of immediate or urgent assistance or are experience a mental health emergency: 

Please seek immediate professional help if you or a loved one:

  • have thoughts of killing, or otherwise harming, yourself or others
  • are unable to care for yourself or those in your care
  • are abusing substances or have an addiction
  • are in danger of harm
  • are in need of an intervention