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Get Fit Smith Classes

With fun and relaxation in mind, the athletic department's Get Fit Smith classes include yoga, Pilates, awesome abs, strength and conditioning training, personal training and aerobics. Classes are open to the Smith community on a drop-in, first-come basis.

Office of Student Engagement

The Office of Student Engagement is committed to helping students develop healthy habits. Each semester, the office offers stress-reduction programs and events to assist students in managing stress and strengthening their coping skills.

Center for Religious and Spiritual Life

From Buddhist meditation sessions to mindfulness programs and opportunities for "Soup, Salad and Soul," the Center for Religious and Spiritual Life offers a variety of programs designed to provide and a welcoming place for learning, conversation, friendship and community engagement.

Active Minds

Active Minds is a nonprofit organization that empowers students to speak openly about mental health in order to educate others and encourage help-seeking. It is a rapidly growing network of thousands of college students dedicated to create campuses where students feel encouraged to speak openly about mental health and seek help.

Resources for Students of Color

Live Another Day
Mental health and recovery resources for black college students

Asian American Suicide Prevention and Education
1-800-273-8255 (TALK)
Call 1-877-990-8585

The Steve Fund
Crisis support for young people of color 
Text STEVE to 741741

Stronghearts Native Helpline  
Domestic violence and sexual violence helpline for Alaska Natives and Native Americans
1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483)

Latinx Therapy Network

Psychology Today

QT Therapist of Color Network

Therapists for Black Girls

Asian Mental Health Network

Asian Mental Health Collective Directory

Mustard Seed Generation 

Healing and Wholeness After Racial Trauma

Black Emotional And Mental Health Toolkit

Therapy for Black Girls

Family and Community Self Care Kit

Asians Do Therapy

Black Zen

IHollaBack Bystander and Resilience Trainings

Tender Loving Self-Care for Asian Americans

How to Talk to Asian Elders about Anti-Asian Violence

Tips for Self-Care When Police Brutality Has You Questioning Social Media

We R Native

Indigenous Wellness Resource Institute Mindfulness Resources

Community Mental Health Resources 

Center for Women and Community
FREE counseling, advocacy and hotline at Umass Amherst for survivors of rape, sexual assault, childhood sexual abuse, stalking, domestic violence, emotional, psychological and verbal abuse. 

Walden Behavioral Care 
Amherst, MA. Offers partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient eating-disorder programs. 

Clinical and Support Options
Northampton, MA. mental health, addictions and crisis services
Crisis: 413-586-5555 

Cooley Dickinson Hospital
Northampton, MA. A full-service hospital with an inpatient unit for individuals experiencing a behavioral health emergency. 

Northampton, MA.: Full service mental health counseling, psychiatric services, groups including DBT. DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) is an evidence based therapy that teaches participants that struggle with self harming behaviors, persistant suicidal thoughts and or past attempts and other risky behaviors such as substance abuse, high risk sex and eating disorders through mindfulness practices.

An international fellowship of individuals who have had a drinking problem. 

A fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope, in order to solve their common problems.

Safe Passage
In Northampton, MA. Offers hotline and FREE group therapy options with childcare for individuals who have experienced domestic violence (including LGBTQIA groups for IPV). Confidential emergency shelter is available. 

The Network/La Red
Boston, MA. Social justice organization to end partner abuse in gay, lesbian, transgender, BDSM, polyamorous and queer communities. Strengthens communities through organizing, education and support services.  Bilingual in Spanish. 

Trauma Institute
Florence, MA. Offers FREE grant-funded “victim of crime” trauma instensives and private-pay intensives, using EMDR and Progressive Counting. 
413-774-2340 ext 105

PREP (Prevention and Recovery for Early Psychosis)
Holyoke, MA. Offers a day program for clients aged 16-30 years, run through ServiceNet. No insurance needed, grant-funded. 

Northampton, MA. Offers peer-run respite within walking distance of campus.

Wildflower Alliance
Northampton, Holyoke and Greenfield offers peer-run workshops, groups, day communities, and educational events (including groups for queer young adults and survivors of suicide). 

Monthly FREE Support Group for individuals who have lost a loved one to suicide - in Northampton, MA. 
Contact Geraldine Unger, a fellow loss survivor.

Samaritans, Inc. Survivor-to-Survivor Network (SSN) Visits
Two volunteers, who are also survivors of a suicide loss, meet with survivors at home or in another comfortable setting. 
Text and Chat : 617-536-2460 x 5230