Become a better you.
You don’t have to handle everything on your own.
Let’s be real: life can be tough. When your responsibilities start to feel overwhelming and it’s hard to make it through the day with a smile on your face, it’s important to reach out for help. You can lean on your free and confidential WellConnect well-being program for support.
We’ve got your back.
A free benefit from your school, WellConnect can help you or anyone in your household:
• Balance school, home and life
• Receive support when you don’t feel like yourself
• Get help with responsibilities that are distracting or stressful
• Grow personal, academic and career skills
• Be a caring, loving friend and family member
• Receive care after a traumatic event or diagnosis
• Make healthy lifestyle choices
• Improve and inspire daily life
Persevere. Never give up. When life happens, press on. When it gets overwhelming, press on. When you don't feel supported, get help. Just never, ever, give up. You are the one who will determine your future. You are the one who will make your dream a reality. Persevere. Never, ever give up.
- Dr. Cervantes, CIL College Director
We’re here for you, always.
Life happens, regardless of the day or time. That’s why we make ourselves available 24/7, even on holidays. So whenever you need to reach out, we’re here for you.
Call anytime 866-640-4777
Visit the WellConnect website and use code: CILENOTRE to access more resources
The prevalence of suicide deaths in the U.S. is astonishing, but together we can create positive change.
During National Suicide Prevention & Awareness Month in September, help spread the facts about suicide and educate others on how we can help those who may be struggling. You can print, distribute or share via social media the materials in this toolkit during September and all year long. You just might save a life.
During National Suicide Prevention & Awareness Month, don't forget to check in with your peers and help #StopSuicide.
Start with our free Suicide Prevention Toolkit of shareable posters, articles and tips designed to spread awareness, reduce stigma and encourage anyone who may be struggling to get help. Use these materials in your newsletters, shared spaces, social media, intranet and more.