Self-help and other resources
There are many health-related resources available which can assist you on campus or from the comfort of your own home.
Available On Campus
- Disability Resource Service
- Careers, Internships and Employment
- UCSA - support
- Academic Skills centre
- Student Support - domestic and international students
- Information for Maori students
- Information for Pacific students
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Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA) offers relief from the symptoms of eating disorders and guidance on living in recovery
- CALM Website - an online programme for building mental health resilience
- www.depression.org.nz - The Ministry of Health website with information about depression.
- e-hub self-help programs for Mental Health and Wellbeing - offers a suite of online self-help services for mental health.
- the MoodGYM - an online self-help portal for mental health.
- Youthline - useful information and downloadable leaflets on a wide range of topics especially for young people.
- Getting Help: Psychoactive Substances
- New Zealand travel assistance and tips can be accessed through Safe Travel and Fit for Travel
- Information on travel and health from the US Centres for Disease Control.
- Information on the risks travellers are exposed and the precautions needed to protect their health can be found at the World Health Organisation website.