Here is a complete list of important information regarding COVID-19, university resources, and available mental health resources for the fall 2020 semester.
Important Links/Contact Information
List of Frequency Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Campus Life
- Center for Diversity and Inclusion
- Disability Resources
- Habif Health & Wellness Center
- Office for International Students and Scholars (OISS)
- Office of Student Success
- Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention (RSVP) Center
- Residential Life
- Student Financial Services
- The Learning Center
- The Writing Center and the Speaking Studio
- Habif Health and Wellness: Students are given 9 (1 intake and 8 standard appointments) free counseling visits each school year. Appointments are made via the Student Health Services (SHS) portal.
- Uncle Joe’s Peer Counseling and Resource Center: Peer-Counseling and resource referral available 24/7. Call and leave a voicemail, will receive a call back within 15-minutes. Call 314-935-5099 or visit their website.
- Let’s Talk: Free, brief, confidential consultations with Habif counselors. Fall 2020: Let’s Talk runs from September 14 through December 18. Counselors, hours, and more information on their website.
- Free Group Therapy Services offered by Habif Counselors. Skills-based as well as process and support groups on a variety of topics.
- Health Promotion Services offers free one-on-one consultation at Student Health Services (SHS) to help students with anxiety and related issues through relaxation training sessions, stress management workshops, a resource library, and more. Email email@example.com.
- Provident Behavioral Health (Habif Health and Wellness After Hours Helpline): Professionally staffed, clinical call center partnering with Washington University. Available after 5:00 p.m. weekdays, all weekends, and holidays. Call 314-935-6666 → Press 1 for after-hours → Press 2 for counseling.
- Behavioral Health Response (BHR) Crisis Hotline: A professionally staffed, accredited clinical call center that provides expert behavioral health and crisis response services 24/7. Call 314-469-6644.
- Clayton Behavioral: Free support groups, must know what counselor you want, there is no front desk when you call (list on website with photobiographies, what insurance they take), 15 min by car, our go-to for off-campus counseling.
- Multicultural Counseling and Research Center: Languages available: Chinese (Mandarin, Cantonese, and Taiwanese), Japanese, Vietnamese, Bosnian, Spanish. Located in Clayton; easily accessible with public transit. Call them at 314-445-5678 or visit their website.
- Psychology Today: Online database of therapists, support groups, treatment centers, and psychiatrists. therapists.
- Therapy Assisted Online (TAO): A seven-to-nine-week, interactive, web-based program that provides well-researched and highly effective strategies to help overcome anxiety, depression, and other common concerns.
- Mindfulness and Meditation (from WashU Habif Health & Wellness website)
- Stress Management (from WashU Habif Health & Wellness website)
- Headspace, a mindfulness and meditation app that students can access fully for $9.99/year.