COVID-19 Updates: Fall Semester

Mental Health Resources

 Taking proper care of both your body and mind can help you maintain your physical, mental and emotional health.

Mental health resources for student-athletes of color that may be used by staff and student-athletes who may be looking for additional support:

COVID-19 Resources for student-athletes

  • The Alliance of Social Workers in Sports (ASWIS) has created a COVID-19 website with resources for the athletics community. 
  • Several of the nation’s leading mental health organizations have collaborated to create PsycHub. This website provides free resources on various mental health topics and includes videos and tip sheets.
  • Hilinski’s Hope has launched a podcast, UNIT3D, as a resource meant to offer support for student athlete mental health during COVID-19. Each episode (there are up to three each week) will feature a licensed mental health professional talking about one way to take care of your mental health during these unsettling times.
  • The Association for Applied Sport Psychology has created COVID-19 tips for athletes, coaches, parents and the sporty community. 
  • For the latest information on COVID-19, see the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) COVID-19 website. 
  • To stay up to date on news from the NCAA on COVID-19, please visit our COVID-19 page.