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Mental Health & Wellbeing

Calm Space

Need a dose of calm? Try our Calm Space for some soothing sounds, zen cams, and other tools.

Mental Health Resources

Community Resources for Addiction, Eating Disorders, and Mental Health

While we cannot recommend a specific provider, we know that Xavier students have had success with the following organizations. Use the provided links and phone numbers on this sheet to find the right place for your specific needs.

Dating Violence Resources

What to do if you or a friend is in an unhealthy relationship:

  • Text “loveis” to 77054
    A peer advocate will receive your text and prompt you to ask your question Text your question and you will receive a reply. Have a smart phone? They can send interactive links and resources for you to access directly from your phone. The text line is confidential - please make sure you’re in a safe space before you text.
  • Online Chat via
    A confidential, one-on-one chat session with a peer advocate. This is NOT a public chat room. It’s available by clicking on the icon found throughout the website -- you do NOT have to download anything to use it. 
  • Call 866.331.9474
    Peer advocates can connect you to resources in your area and help you create a safety plan. You will never be asked for your name or other contact information, but an advocate may ask for your age and city to find local resources for you.
Mindfulness Apps
The following apps may be of use to you and should be available on both the Apple or Android platforms. They are apps for meditation, journaling, relaxation, etc. (* indicates our favorites).  Many have free versions, but to access full app often has a subscription cost.
* Calm
* Headspace
* Relaxia
7 Cups
Smiling Mind


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