Self-Help Info

Students can find much useful information on mental health, personal development, and academic issues. A virtual pamphlet put out by another university may, however, refer to services available only to students at that university. Morgan students should, of course, contact the MSU Counseling Center in Carter Grant Wilson 202 or call 443.885.3130.

Index

* Alcohol and Substance Use
* Anger
* Anxiety
* Assertiveness
* Attention-Deficit Disorder
* Counseling
* Cults
* Cultural Issues
* Depression
* Disabilities
* Dissociation
* Eating Disorders
* Family and Childhood Issues
* General
* Grief

* Impulse Control
* Medication
* Relationships
* Sexual Assault
* Sexual Harassment
* Sexual Orientation
* Sleep
* Stress
* Study Skills
* Test-Taking
* Time Management
* Traumatic Events
* Wellness
* Writing
* For Concerned Others

Links for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Students:

            BMORE Proud Baltimore Metro Area LGBTQA Intercollegiate Network sponsors an

            annual student leadership summit in February and , with Morgan's Women and Gender Studies

            Program, cosponsors an annual LGBTQA academic symposium in March.

           www.bmoreproud.org

            Gay Affirming Religious Institutions in Maryland:

            http://www.gaychurch.org/Find_a_Church/united_states/us_maryland.htm

           Rainbow Soul, Morgan State University's gay-straight alliance meets weekly on Monday  

           evenings in the University Student Center.

           http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_4926449722

           http://rainbowsoul.yolasite.com/

           Coming Out Group,  sponsored by the Counseling Center, is a confidential support/counseling

           group for students in any stage of the coming out process.  This group has met for 7 semesters and

           is open to new and returning members.  Contact Claudia Leight, counselor, for  more

           information (claudia.leight@morgan.edu).

Links for HIV/AIDS information:

AIDS Info, a service of the US Department of Health and Human Services offers information of HIV prevention, research, and treatment.
www.aidsinfo.nih.gov

Following the motto, “Our People, Our Problem, Our Solution,” The Black AIDS Institute brings together Black people in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
www.blackaids.org

AIDS Action Baltimore, a nonprofit organization that provides emotional, financial, and educational support.
www.aidsactionbaltimore.org

Links for Relationship Violence/ Sexual Assault

The House of Ruth Maryland is one of the nation’s leading domestic violence centers, offering prevention, intervention, and advocacy.
www.hruth.org/engine/content.do

The Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault MCASA works to end sexual violence in Maryland.
www.mcasa.org

Turnaround, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals and families affected by domestic violence and sexual assault/ abuse, through counseling, education, support services and advocacy. www.turnaroundinc.org

 

Interactive Alcohol Awareness and Education:

http://www.alcohol101plus.org/main/students.cfm