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Togetherall: Mental Health Community


Togetherall is now FREE for Tritons

Togetherall is a safe, online mental health community where UC San Diego students can anonymously connect with others who understand what they're going through.

Whether you want to get advice, tips, or just need someone to listen, Togetherall is available 24/7.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Togetherall?

Togetherall is a peer-to-peer mental health support community which is available online, 24/7, and is completely anonymous so you can express yourself freely and openly. Licensed and registered mental health practitioners, called Wall Guides, monitor the community to ensure the safety and anonymity of all members.

In addition to Togetherall's online community, you will have access to a wealth of useful resources and can work through tailored self-help courses covering topics such as anxiety, sleep, depression and many more.

What can Tritons do on Togetherall?

Togetherall offers a range of activities that allow you to work through what's troubling you. Access an anonymous community of support available 24/7. Share your thoughts and join a Talkabout alongside fellow members to share and discuss what's on your mind, gain support and advice.

You can post a Talkabout to the whole community or form your own groups or one-to-one chats. If you prefer to express yourself and your feelings creatively, you can post a Brick by drawing or uploading your own images.

You can also find more information in Resources to help you understand more about how you are feeling, set goals, and track your progress. Take self-assessments to help you understand more about yourself or join our Courses with others to learn how to manage everything from depression and anxiety to improving your problem solving and avoiding procrastination.

What can Tritons discuss on Togetherall?

Anything that is causing emotional distress. This can include anxiety, stress, depression, trauma, feeling low, or feeling out of control, to name a few. All of these may be triggered by life events such as the loss of a loved one, relationship breakdowns, employment related issues, financial crisis, sexuality, isolation, alcohol or drug-related problems.