This open-access website provides information and resources about the mental health of college students and young adults. In particular, the site focuses on mental health (MH) related, such as different issues and illness, prevention, treatment, and wellness programs, research and scholarly articles, and the best practice in prevention and promotion medicine. The site was developed through the California State University (CSU) Office of the Chancellor with support from CalMHSA grant funding. University personnel, including educators and mental health professionals, and the general community, including consumers of mental health services and all those who advocate, promote, and support mental health and well-being, are expecting to get a useful purpose and benefits from this website. The open-access website has been provided with several tabs or links for accessing the prevention, early intervention programs, treatment programs, education, and professional development resources, resources for faculty, staff, and parents. CSU Academic Technology Services have developed the concept and design of this website. Each program on the website has been provided with several additional links for accessing the resources. For instance, every link has provided several articles, YouTube, and handouts, and contact information for getting the required resources. Also, every program and service on this website has provided an official website for connecting the user to the different private and public organizations and agencies. Furthermore, every program on this website has provided updated news and current information.