Accessing mental health resources is crucial for maintaining well-being and navigating life’s challenges. Whether you’re seeking support for stress, anxiety, depression, or simply looking to enhance your overall mental health, there are numerous resources available. From counseling services and support groups to online therapy platforms and mindfulness apps, these resources provide valuable tools and guidance. Remember, seeking help is a sign of strength, and finding the right support can make a positive difference in your life.

Meditation Station

Mindfulness involves paying attention to the present moment without judgment. Our goal is to reduce stress, increase awareness, and promote relaxation. You’ll want to find a quiet space where you can sit comfortably. You can expect periods of silence and guidance on breathing during the session.

Join us every two weeks on Mondays at 8:15pm EST

Guided meditation led by Kim Shilling.

Coaches Care Initiative

The Coaches Care Initiative refers to efforts by sports coaches or teams to promote mental health awareness and support among athletes. These initiatives recognize that athletes, like anyone else, can experience mental health challenges and stress related to performance, injuries, and other pressures.

Key aspects of the Coaches Care initiative include:

  1. Mental Health Education: Providing information and resources to athletes, coaches, and staff about mental health issues such as stress, anxiety, depression, and how to recognize signs in oneself and others.

  2. Support Systems: Establishing support systems within teams or organizations, such as access to mental health professionals, counselors, or peer support groups, to help athletes cope with challenges.

  3. Stigma Reduction: Working to reduce stigma surrounding mental health in sports environments, encouraging open conversations and seeking help when needed.

  4. Skill Development: Teaching athletes and coaches mindfulness techniques, stress management strategies, and other mental skills to enhance resilience and performance.

  5. Creating a Positive Environment: Fostering a supportive and inclusive team culture where mental health is prioritized alongside physical health and performance.

  6. Awareness Campaigns: Organizing events, workshops, or campaigns to raise awareness about mental health and promote healthy habits among athletes and the broader community.


Hotlines and Crisis Intervention Services: Hotlines such as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (1-800-273-TALK) and Crisis Text Line (text HOME to 741741) offer immediate support during times of crisis or emotional distress. 
Suicide Prevention Resource Center: 
Educational Resources: Websites like NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) and APA (American Psychological Association) offer information on mental health conditions, treatment options, and tips for maintaining mental well-being.
Community Resources:
The Michigan Crisis and Action Hotline: 844-446-4225 
Mental Health Association in Michigan: 
National Alliance on Mental Illness – Michigan:
Community Mental Health of Clinton-Eaton-Ingham Counties: 800-372-8460 Child and Family Charities – 24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 87