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Student Mental Health Resources

Here for you anytime, anywhere

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If you or someone you know is in crisis and needs emergency support, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.


Crisis Response

University Counseling Center Crisis Line

Crisis response is available Monday–Thursday between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., and Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Phone: 801-581-6826

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Huntsman Mental Health institute Crisis Line

The HMHI Crisis Line offers 24/7 crisis response, including crisis support over the phone, a mobile outreach option that will respond to individuals in their homes, and the Receiving Center where individuals from Salt Lake County can access a safe and supportive environment.

Phone: 801-587-3000

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Mental Health First Responders (MH1)

The MH1 provides after-hours crisis response for students living in Housing and Residential Education.

Phone: 385-321-5356

Location: Kahlert Village, Rm 1330

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Safe UT App

The free App and Tip Line is a statewide service that provides real-time crisis intervention to youth through live chat and a confidential tip program, all accessible from a smartphone.

Crisis Line: 9-8-8 or 1-800-273-TALK



Virtual, 24/7 Support

TELUS HEALTH student support app

The TELUS Health Student Support (formerly My SSP) app provides students with immediate and/or ongoing confidential, 24-hour support at no cost. Students can call or text with a licensed counselor from their cell phone at any time, regardless of their location.

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University Counseling Center

The UCC offers individual, group and couples counseling, as well as crisis appointments and low-cost psychiatric medication management. These services help students resolve existing problems, prevent potential problems, and develop new skills that will enrich their lives. 

Phone: 801-581-6826

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Behavioral Health Innovation and Dissemination Center

The Behavioral Health Innovation and Dissemination Center is a low fee, mental and behavioral health clinic from the Department of Psychology that is open to adults, children, and couples residing in Utah.

Phone: 801-581-4697

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Utah Community Mental Health Clinic

The Utah Community Health Clinic (formerly known as the Psychoeducational Clinic) serves children, adolescents, adults, and their families. In addition to assessment, our services include individual therapy services for adults, adolescents, children, students and non-students.

Phone: 801-581-7200


Wellness Skills and Mindfulness

Skills Workshops & Mindfulness Programs

The University Counseling Center offers a range of self-guided meditations, self-help resources, and various workshops. Students can find resources to assist them in moments of stress, anxiety, and chaos.

Phone: 801-581-6826

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Wellness Coaching

Provided by the Center for Campus Wellness, students can participate in one-on-one collaborative conversations with coaches who will guide them in achieving their health and wellness goals. Our wellness coaches will help students take small, attainable steps towards improving their well-being.

Phone: 801-581-7776


Recovery at the u

Offered by the Center for Campus Wellness, Recovery at the U (RU) provides a safe, caring, and affirming space for students who are in recovery or seeking recovery from substance use. We strive to foster a supportive recovery community where students can feel empowered, resourced, and engaged to achieve academic and personal success.  

Phone: 801-581-7776


Wellness Workshops

The Center for Campus Wellness provides training and workshops for students, faculty, and staff on topics related to stress management, bystander intervention, healthy relationships, and more. Participants leave these workshops with practical skills and a better understanding of how to create a healthier and safer campus community.

Phone: 801-581-7776


Campus Recreation sERVICES

Campus Recreation Services offers spaces, classes, equipment, and programs for physical exercise at the Eccles Student Life Center

Phone: 801-581-8898



WeBeWell is a free, evidence-based, 6-week group program based on groundbreaking research and methodologies developed by world-renowned psychologists to improve well-being and mental health. Any current U of U undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to participate.


Phone: 435-901-7230


Focus on Student Mental Health podcast

Focus on Student Mental Health, a five-part podcast series, looks at the most common mental health challenges for college students, including stress, anxiety, depression, relationships and social connections. Additionally, the podcast provides helpful strategies and resources available to students.

Last Updated: 7/17/24