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Heavy Metal Therapy | 45 Tools and Resources for Student Mental Health

Metal Digest is hosting a monthly Mental Health Focus column with Heavy Metal Therapy.

Our goal and aspiration is to post our stories, educate, share resources, encourage our readers to talk about mental health, and most importantly create a community bound with the sounds of heavy metal, so that we are all, less alone.

Today we are teaming up with ireviews to bring you a list of 45 Tools and Resources for Student Mental Health.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that depression and anxiety in children and teens have increased over time, and more than 5 out of 10 children between the ages of 3 and 17 with behavior disorders have needed treatment.

Adults aren’t without risk, though. The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that around 7.8% of all adults have dealt with at least one major episode of depression (in 2019). Episodes of depression are more common among women, those between the ages of 18 and 25, and those of mixed ethnicities.

It is important that you have the tools you need to take care of your mental health, whether you just want to get more organized to reduce stress or you need to talk to someone about thoughts of suicide.

45 Best Tools for Student Mental Health

Below are the 45 best tools that we’ve collected for mental health. These apps, websites and services are there to help students, young adults and adults overcome challenges with stress, anxiety, substance use disorders and mental health concerns.


We will keep the conversation going and we will be sharing interviews, playlists, articles and resources so stay tuned for more!

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