Call for Help


University Health Services and Recreation & Wellbeing are partnering with Togetherall to provide an online, anonymous peer-support tool available for free to our students.

Togetherall is a clinically moderated, online peer-to-peer mental health community that reaches and empowers a diverse population of students to anonymously seek and provide support by sharing their experiences in a safe virtual space. In addition to the onsite mental health resources we provide, this is another way for students to find support in a way that feel right for them. Whether you’re struggling to cope, feeling low, or just need a place to talk, Togetherall can help you to explore your feelings in a safe supportive environment.

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Free, anonymous 24/7 peer support

Togetherall integrates with our 24/7 crisis line for any student in need of additional support. The platform is configured with UW-Madison specific resources alongside Togetherall tools.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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What is Togetherall?

Togetherall is a peer-to-peer mental health support community including students from across the U.S. and abroad. It is available online, 24/7, and is completely anonymous so you can express yourself freely and openly. Licensed mental health practitioners, called Wall Guides, monitor the community to ensure the safety and anonymity of members. Learn more about Togetherall in this short, informational video.

What can you do on Togetherall?

  • Share your experiences anonymously with others in the community
  • Read others’ stories and find comfort in knowing you’re not alone
  • Join a group based on a topic that’s important to you
  • Respond to others’ posts with a kind word or supportive advice
  • Create art to express yourself because sometimes words aren’t enough
  • Read helpful articles to learn more about mental health
  • Take self-guided wellbeing courses and self-assessments to feel better on your terms, in your own time

Who can access Togetherall?

Togetherall is intended for all current UW-Madison students. Students must sign-up using their email address. Togetherall is accessible for students regardless of their physical location and whether or not they pay segregated fees. This includes online-only degree-seeking students, as well as those enrolled in summer term.

How do UW-Madison students join Togetherall?

  1. Enter your email address on the Togetherall student registration page.
  2. Enter your details and click Sign up.
  3. You’ll be sent an email to verify your email address. Click on the link to activate your account.
  4. Members of the Togetherall community always remain anonymous. Create a unique username for yourself during the registration process that does not include your real name or any information that could reveal your identity.

What do the Wall Guides do?

The entire platform is moderated by registered mental health practitioners (Wall Guides) 24/7 to ensure:

  • The community remains vibrant, supportive and inclusive.
  • Risk is identified and students are connected to crisis supports as appropriate.
  • Students are navigated to resources available in the platform and through their campus.

What if I (or another student using Togetherall) is in crisis?

Togetherall integrates with the 24/7 UHS Mental Health crisis support line for any student in need of additional support. Togetherall is not a crisis service, if you require urgent or critical mental health support, please call 608-265-5600 (option 9) or call/text 988.


University Health Services is committed to ensuring digital accessibility for people with disabilities. We are continually improving the user experience for everyone and applying the relevant accessibility standards as defined in Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). We welcome your feedback on the accessibility of Togetherall. Please let us know if you encounter accessibility barriers on Togetherall by emailing us at


University of Wisconsin-Madison’s partnership with Togetherall was made possible by the Charles E. Kubly Foundation and gifts to the UHS Suicide Prevention Fund.