Mental Health Conditions Resources

The SCC facilitates mental health promotion activities across our campuses. Follow us on Instagram @pacificuniversityscc to find out about the latest events and resources and to receive mental health resiliency tips. If you have experienced or witnessed a bias incident related to mental health report it to Pacific University's Bias Response Team, Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Accessibility.

Half of Us is a mental health awareness website.

The Jed Foundation is an organization that works to promote emotional health and prevent suicide among college and university students.

The National Institute of Mental Health provides a wealth of information about mental health issues and current research findings, in "For the Public" in both English and Spanish. Visit the Mental Health America (MHA) to learn more about Breaking Down the Myths about Depression. There are many ways to help treat clinical depression: read about 7 Drug-Free Ways to Boost Your Mood & Help Depression.

a brain with glasses holding a coffee cupThe Millennial Mental Health Channel provides listeners with the perspectives of a psychiatrist and a therapist as their thoughts relate to the world of mental health while also making the information useful and easy to understand.

happify logoHappify is an app that helps one to build skills for lasting happiness through activities and games in order to lead a more fulfilling life.

T2MoodTracker logoT2MoodTracker allows users to monitor and track emotional health

Seasonal Affective Disorder

It can be difficult to adjust to living in the rainy and cloudy Pacific Northwest, particularly when moving here from a sunnier clime. Do you feel like you have the "winter blues?" Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of clinical depression with a recurring seasonal pattern, rather than a separate disorder. To be diagnosed with SAD, people must meet full criteria for major depression coinciding with specific seasons (appearing in the winter or summer months) for at least two years; seasonal depressions must be much more frequent than any non-seasonal depressions. Read up on ways to combat the winter blues, including visiting the SCC to sit by the light box in our waiting room.

The American Psychological Association is the professional organization of psychologists and the field of psychology. A great resource for the public, their website includes information about the organization as well as a Consumer Help Center. 

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Forest Grove Clinic
2142 College Way 

Hillsboro Clinic
730 SE Oak Street, Ste. D 

Phone: 503-352-2191


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