Calif. university offers website for students seeking help

12/10/2013 | eCampus News (free registration)

Students at University of California, Davis who are feeling stressed can now use a website to access the school's mental-health services. The "Just in Case" site gives students a way to privately ask for help. "It can take a lot of courage for someone to be willing to seek help when in need. The moment someone is ready, we at Student Health and Counseling Services want to be right there with the resources and support to help," said Zachary Ward, a staff psychologist.

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