Free 24/7 Access to Peer Mental Health Support
October 27, 2023 11:47 AM

Dear Students,

Mental health is one of the top concerns we hear students raise when it comes to their academic success and overall sense of belonging at Illinois. We care about you and strive to offer a variety of mental health support tools in addition to the services offered through the Counseling Center, McKinley Health Center, and Disability Resources and Educational Services (DRES). Research shows that students can sometimes feel more comfortable discussing mental health issues with peers, which is why we are now offering Togetherall. 

What Is Togetherall?

Togetherall provides free, online peer-to-peer mental health support that's available 24/7 through your computer or phone. You can get support, take control, and feel better in ways that feel comfortable to you. With Togetherall you can:

  • Complete self-paced courses.
  • Take self-assessments.
  • Connect with other students who have real, lived experience to seek advice and support about common stressors.

To Use Togetherall:

To sign up for Togetherall, visit and create an account with your Illinois email address. You can choose an anonymous name, which is how you'll be known in the Togetherall community. Signing up takes just a few minutes, and you'll have immediate access. If you have questions, please call the Counseling Center at 217-333-3704 during business hours


John Coleman
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Provost

Danita M. Brown Young
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

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