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Spring 2021 Updates: The College will remain in Phase 4 of its re-opening plan through the end of the 2020-21 academic year Read More

Feeling tired, anxious, disjointed or overwhelmed?  We have a space in Hendren Hall for you to unwind.  Come on in to the YOTE ZONE.  Give depression light therapy, relaxation sites, and monthly chair massages a try!


  • FREE  Counseling
  • FREE online screenings *
  • FREE Psych PA visits

APPOINTMENTS:  Contact Cynthia Mauzerall (Director of the Health & Wellness Center).

Faculty & Staff Counseling Benefits 

Contact: IBH Employee Assistance Program (800-395-1616), available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

Web Resources

College students are at an age particularly vulnerable for developing mental health disorders. Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students. To become informed about the signs and symptoms of depression and other emotional disorders, go to Ulifeline. Ulifeline provides a safe, private, user-friendly place for students to learn more about mental health. Ulifeline is a confidential and secure web site, free of advertisements and commercials. For self-assessment, concern about a friend, a Mental Health Reference Library, health questions and answers, and a drug reference database, Ulifeline is a valuable resource.

The National Sleep Foundation has a goal of promoting healthy sleep for all.  NSF works in partnership with leaders in the fields of sleep science and medicine to raise awareness of the importance of sleep, treatment for sleep problems and the consequences of sleep loss. To find out more, go to

The College of Idaho recently partnered with for our all-gender restroom signs. Information for all-gender restroom signs can be found here

People who are looking for a guide to help understand the different types of eating disorders, as well as common treatments, are encouraged to click here.