Paths to Resilience

Paths to Resilience

The importance of mental health is front and center in our lives. Stigmas are vanishing, programs are expanding, and we’re becoming more creative in seeking our own wellness. The journey takes perseverance and resilience. And it takes support from friends and family, teachers and counselors. See how we’re cultivating that resilience and support at the University of Minnesota.

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Pioneers in wellbeing

For more than a quarter century, the U of M’s Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing has advanced whole-person health and wellbeing.

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Visions of self-care

What helps keep University of Minnesota students balanced and happy? The answers vary widely, but the images show some favorite activities.

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Beyond recovery

Robert "Cole" Pueringer, a graduate of the U of M Medical School, shares the story of his slide into alcohol addiction and depression and his subsequent path forward to the field of addiction medicine.

Mental Health Resources

Learn more about the many resources on the Twin Cities campus.

[email protected] is a personalized digital platform connecting students to online tools and campus resources. Visit [email protected]

If you or someone you know is suffering from a mental health crisis, the University of Minnesota is here to help.

24-Hours Crisis Line: 612-301-4673

24-Hour Text Counseling: Text "UMN" to 61222