JED has retired ULifeline

ULifeline was a project of The Jed Foundation (JED), a leading non-profit organization working to protect the emotional health of America’s college students.

In February 2024, JED retired ULifeline, an online resource for college mental health. In its place, JED has gathered helpful tools, guides, and support for students and schools all in one place.

Helpful Resources for Students

Crisis and Support Services

If you or someone you know needs to talk to someone right now, text, call, or chat 988, the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, for a free confidential conversation with a trained counselor 24/7.

You can also contact the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741.

JED's Mental Health Resource Center

The Jed Foundation’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.

Free Mental Health Screeners

Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common, and treatable. This quick online screener can help you to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition.

Helpful Resources for Higher Education

Faculty Guide to Supporting Student Mental Health

Most faculty members are not clinicians. But you do not have to be a mental health professional to have a positive impact on students’ emotional well-being. This easy-to-use guide provides faculty with simple, evidence-based ways to support students.

Explore JED Higher Education Programs and Resources

JED equips campus communities with evidence-based resources to create a culture of care in which all students feel seen and supported.

We offer our flagship JED Campus programs, as well as training, research, guidance, and tools to create healthy and connected school communities.

JED Postvention Consulting Services

If a school or campus has lost someone to suicide or another tragic event, JED provides postvention consulting services to help navigate the aftermath and compassionately meet the needs of a school community.

HEMHA Postvention Guide

HEMHA’s postvention guide is intended to help colleges and universities that are affected by or want to be prepared for campus crises and campus deaths. Suicide postvention efforts help schools create pre-set strategies to effectively and sensitively respond to campus deaths.

Resources for Diverse Identities

Finding online mental health resources that resonate with you and your individual identity can be challenging. This resource list can help you find therapy resources, podcasts, helplines and more that are specially for particular identity affiliations.

Proud and Thriving Framework

JED partnered with the Consortium for Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals and several subject matter experts to produce The Proud and Thriving Project, which helps schools integrate comprehensive frameworks and recommendations to protect and support the mental health of LGBTQ+ students.

Request a workshop

JED offers educational programming related to the promotion of emotional well-being and suicide prevention. Programming is available to professionals and non-professionals connected to colleges, school districts, high schools, and community-based organizations that serve teens and young adults.