Resources & Information

Resources & Information

Dartmouth Wellbeing Resources

The Division of Student Affairs Mental Health & Wellbeing site includes links to Dartmouth Wellbeing Resources, listings of events that promote your wellbeing, and a Wellbeing Idea Submission Form. Dartmouth offers a variety of resources to support your wellbeing. See below for a current list of services and support.

Dartmouth Resources for Wellbeing

created by Jess Chiriboga '24

Long COVID resources from the SWC

National Resources & Wellbeing Apps

There are some wonderful national resources to support your mental health and complementary apps to bolster your wellbeing as well.
National Resources & Wellbeing Apps

A brief journal from the folks at Notability includes motivating trackers, calming exercises, and grounding reminders to help you feel your best!

Notability Feel Good Journal.

Staying Intentionally Informed 

Finding the right amount of health-related information is key. Watching the news 24/7 or clicking on every new alert you see on your phone may elevate stress. Don't oversaturate yourself with sensationalistic news announcements or get caught up in rumors or speculation. Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories, including social media. Use reputable sites to get updates and stay informed and educated.

Dartmouth Together: COVID-19

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Information about COVID-19

Centers for Disease Control

World Health Organization

New Hampshire State Department of Health & Human Services

Vermont State Department of Health & Human Services

U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Consular Affairs