24/7 Mental Health Crisis Line
Ball State University has a 24/7 Crisis Line for students who may be struggling with thoughts of suicide and/or self-harm or other mental health concerns. The Crisis Line is staffed by trained professionals who are available to provide immediate support and assistance to any Ball State student who needs it. Students can reach the Crisis Line at 765-285-HOPE (4673). If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health issues, please do not hesitate to reach out. Remember, there is always hope, and our Crisis Line is here to help you find it.
CampusWell is a digital platform with evidence-based content and a library of student support resources.
It is both a website and a customizable app that can be downloaded from the Apple store on Google Play. It began as a publisher for college health centers and has evolved into a versatile health and wellness program for colleges and universities seeking to provide students with high-quality, trustworthy, and easily accessible content.
Ball State University introduced CampusWell as an information, learning, and resource hub for wellness.
Welltrack Boost is a self-guided, clinically supported, CBT-based, set of tools that help individuals assess, understand, and work on their own behavioral health and wellness. The web application or mobile app can be used on their own device and schedule.
Togetherall is a safe and anonymous online community where you can share what’s on your mind. Protecting members’ anonymity is very important to Togetherall. Students don’t use their real names, so it allows you to share how you’re feeling more openly. The service is free to all Ball State students and allows you to get support, take control and feel better- all in a way that is most comfortable to you. Moderated by trained professionals to keep you safe, add your voice to the Togetherall community today!
Healthy Lifestyle Center
The Fisher Institute of Health and Well-Being has been instrumental in the development of a community-based Healthy Lifestyle Center (HLC) for Delaware County. Partners in this endeavor are departments within the College of Health at Ball State University, which include Social Psychology, School of Kinesiology, Department of Nutrition and Health Science, Department of Social Work, and Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology. The HLC is working in collaboration with the IU School of Medicine-Muncie, IU Health-Ball Memorial Hospital Foundation, and Meridian Health Services.