& Suicide Prevention
If you're struggling emotionally or thinking about suicide, help is available:
Monday-Friday 8:30 AM - 5 PM
FSU Counseling Center
After hours & on the weekends/holidays:
Suicide Prevention Helpline
Mental Health Screening
Click here to take an online anonymous self-assessment and find out in a few minutes whether counseling might be helpful for you.
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The Counseling Center at FSU welcomes our veteran students. We encourage you to come here with any concern and we are committed to helping you have a successful university experience.
- While many veterans return from deployment without challenges related to combat, every combat veteran takes home some degree of combat stress. Around 20% of combat veterans return home with some kind of post traumatic stress.
- Sleep difficulties, frustration, and being misunderstood by civilians are common experiences for many combat veterans returning home.
- Combat veterans who return home after deployment with adjustment challenges may be having normal reactions to an abnormal experience (war).
- Counseling can be helpful to you by being action oriented, focused on solutions, and time limited.
Please visit these websites for more information or support:
Free mobile apps introduced by the VA to help
manage symptoms of PTSD
Help for Combat Warriors and their Families
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America
Wellness Resources for the Military Community
Department of the Army’s Resiliency Program
Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury