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Mental Health Coordinator

About Jozy

Jozy Garrison is the SAMHSA grant program coordinator and is on campus to provide mental health outreach and resources. She received her Masters of Science from Trine University. She has a background in mental health case management and skills education. She is passionate about the LGBTQ+ community, promoting self-care, and creating a safe space for all.

If you need assistance with anything related to mental health you can reach her at

You can also follow her on LinkedIn to stay up-to-date on all that is happening with mental health services at Indiana Tech.

Mental Health Screening Tools

Mental health professionals use screening tools to monitor symptoms of different conditions and track treatment progress. *These screening tools are not a formal diagnosis but just a way to track your symptoms. To receive a formal diagnosis, please see a professional.*



Substance Use

Eating Disorder Screening Tool

NEDA is a leading organization on eating disorder (ED) outreach and education. On their website they offer a free ED screening tool to help you identify symptoms and if it’s time to seek professional help.

Therapy Assistance Online (TAO)

All of us hit a bump in the road or experience stress at some point. TAO Self-Help is designed to provide you with a tool kit of effective evidence-based resources to help you bounce back. Sign up with your Indiana Tech email to get completely free and anonymous access, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all year long.

TAO Sign In

Mental Health Resource Guide

The library’s Mental Health Libguide offers a variety of resources. You can find all the library’s books on mental health, community resources, national resources, and cultural resources for mental health!

Visit the resource guide

Safety Plan App

Prepare for any mental health crisis by downing the Safety Plan app for free! Through this app you can identify emotional triggers, coping skills, and safe people to call and safe places to go in the case of a mental health crisis.

Safety Plan Website


myPlan – Domestic Violence Safety Planning

myPlan Safety Planning App is designed for those experiencing domestic violence or abusive relationships. The app walks through creating a safety plan and identifying red flags and escapes along with much more. The app is private, secure, and offers multiple options for safe exiting.

myPlan Website

Therapist Aid

This website hosts a wide variety of free content to provide help for a multiple mental health topics. You can use these resources on your own or bring them to therapy to explore with your counselor!

Therapist Aid

DBT Education

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy or DBT offers a variety of skills that help cope with overwhelming thoughts, emotions, and relationships. DBT focuses on 4 skills; Mindfulness, Emotion Regulation, Distress Tolerance, and Interpersonal Effectiveness. You can learn more on your own or alongside your therapist/counselor by visiting the DBT website.