is an online, anonymous, self-guided, interactive resource that
provides UW System students, faculty, and staff with no-cost,
confidential help with mental health well-being and stress management.
It is a time-flexible option available 24 hours a day that
may be effective for employees who experience mild to moderate symptoms.
Each module lasts an average of 40 minutes and automatically saves
progress, so the modules can be completed at your convenience.
SilverCloud is not designed to replace in-person mental health
treatment for complex issues but may be an effective option for
employees with mild to moderate symptoms. The purpose of SilverCloud is
- Help manage day-to-day stresses and anxiety
- Improve resilience
- Teach skills to understand thoughts, feelings, and behaviors
- Reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety
You do not need a referral from a mental health or medical professional to use this free online program.
For more information and/or to sign up:
- Visit SilverCoud. Choose UW Statewide and follow the UWS and UWSP pages to login.
the SilverCloud Toolkit mobile app from your mobile device. In the app,
for the “other services – educational, etc” dropdown,
select UW-Stevens Point.
Coping with Work Stress:
The American Institute of Stress provides resources and materials for identifying and coping with stress. Have work stress? Read the Top 5 Workplace Stress-Busting Tips.
Coping with Work Stress information from the Mayo Clinic.
Coping with Work Stress information from the American Psychological Association.
Additional Mental Health Resources
CAP offers innovative and effective programs developed and maintained with input from the people we serve.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a national
network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential
emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24
hours a day, 7 days a week.
Portage County Medical Centers
National Institutes of Health
National Alliance of Mental Illness
Below are a few brief flyers with facts and information on mental illness from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI):