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The tools, resources and programs that support our model are used by thousands of colleges across the country. Highlights include:

Training programs and tools that have helped over 5,000 campus professionals identify and support at-risk students.

Expert guided resources on critical issues including strategic planning and the legalities of student mental health accessed by over 10,000 campus professionals.


The Jed & Clinton Health Matters Campus Program is designed to help colleges and universities promote emotional wellbeing and mental health programming, reduce substance abuse, and prevent suicide among 18-to-26 year-olds. The Campus Program expands upon The Jed Foundation’s JedCampus program, a groundbreaking self-assessment and feedback program that helps colleges create more comprehensive solutions to support their students.


Ulifeline, an online resource offering campus-specific resources for getting help and an anonymous screening tool that has been used by over 250,000 students.


The Peabody-Award winning Half of Us campaign that reaches over 10 million students and 20 million households with on-air and online elements that decrease prejudice and increase help-seeking.


The Transition Year, a program that helps campuses, parents and students navigate the transition into college with a focus on emotional health.


Love is Louder, a social networking campaign and grassroots movement that helps students and campuses create connectedness and encourage help-seeking.


The NFL Life Line is a free, confidential, and independently operated resource that connects callers with trained counselors who can help individuals work through any personal or emotional crisis. 


See ten years of The Jed Foundation's milestones.