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Online Peer-to-Peer Support

Share lived experiences with others like you. Join the Togetherall community today!

In times of change and uncertainty, it’s important to stay connected and make your mental health a priority. Togetherall is an online peer-to-peer support network that is free to all SUNY Oswego students, faculty, and staff. This anonymous online community is available 24/7 to students looking for mental health support and a sense of connection.

Share your worries and questions with others experiencing the same struggles and learn more about how to adjust to life’s challenges. Moderated by professionals to keep you safe, Togetherall is here for you.

How To Sign Up

To Create an Account:

  1. Enter your SUNY Oswego student email address on the Togetherall student registration page
  2. Answer the questions to create your account
  3. Check your email to see a message from Togetherall and click it to activate your account
  4. Answer a few questions about yourself, and create an anonymous username and password
  5. Log in and start connecting with others

What's Included

  • A 24/7, anonymous support community 
  • A safe and stigma-free environment 
  • Moderation by trained mental health professionals 
  • Proactive risk identification and crisis escalation management 
  • Guided courses on a range of issues with peer-support involvement
  • NHS-approved self-assessments 
  • Integration and signposting to your other tools and wellbeing pathways 
  • Resources and journaling to support self-management 
  • Instant, free and simple access for members 
  • Self-referral or prescriber-referral options

Contact Us

Phone: 315.312.4416 
Fax: 315.312.5416 
150 Mary Walker Building 
(Lakeside of campus)

Hours of Operation

Monday–Friday: 8:30 am–4:30 pm

Please call us to schedule an appointment. If you’re not ready to make an appointment, check out Let’s Talk!

  • For timely updates on our services, as well as self-care tips, follow us on Instagram @mindful_oz.
  • If a student requires alternative accommodations to access our services, please call our office for assistance.