Ulifeline is a free on-line service developed for the Jed Foundation, a nonprofit organization committed to reducing the youth suicide rate and improving the mental health support provided to students by universities nationwide. The purpose of Ulifeline is to complement existing health information students now receive. Students who use the website may choose from the five sections listed below:
The Self e-Valuator
The Self e-Valuator was developed for Ulifeline by Duke University Medical Center. Complete a self-assessment online to learn telling insights about your current state of mind. The Self e-Valuator provides a valuable and objective perspective if or when you're struggling with troubling thoughts.
The Mental Health Library
The Mental Health Library is offered in cooperation with InteliHealth. More than 150 top healthcare organizations contribute to the breadth of its content, which is reviewed for accuracy by medical professionals.
The Drug Database
The Drug Database is offered in cooperation with InteliHealth, which features Harvard Medical School's consumer health information. The database also includes sections on general health, specific diseases, safety tips, interactive tools, condition-specific drug uses, and general information on basic uses of medications.
Go Ask Alice!
Go Ask Alice! is Columbia University's accurate and in-depth health question-and-answer Internet site with an archive of hundreds of responses to anonymously-posed inquiries from college students and others worldwide. Go Ask Alice! is produced by health educators specializing in college health issues and this version of the site has been customized for Ulifeline.
Concerned about a friend?
Concerned about a friend? If so, it is probably because you have noticed some changes in him/her recently, and the changes make you feel uncomfortable. This site gives you several factors to consider regarding your friend.