We are in the midst of the process of building a great web-based resource page devoted to student wellness issues and awareness. Thank you for your patience!
In the meantime, please take note of these resources:
Drop-in Consultations (room 6111): confidential conversations with a counselor from University Health Service (UHS) or the Wisconsin Lawyers Assistance Program (WisLAP)
- Fall 2017 Drop-In Hours will be announced soon!
- The University's UWell site ("Living Well. Being Well.") has a wealth of physical, emotional, spiritual, community, work/school, financial, and emotional wellness resources --plus a calendar of wellness-related events.
- UHS' Let's Talk program is a drop-in consultation service. Consultations are held every day in different locations on campus. Please go to their website for more information about the times and locations of their sessions.
Other Campus/Community Resources:
- University Health Services (UHS) has a 24 hour crisis line (608-265-5600, option 9)
- The Wisconsin State Bar’s Wisconsin Lawyers Assistance Program (WisLAP) also has a 24 hour confidential help line (800-543-2625). Law students are welcome to call.
- The Dane County Safe Communities’ suicide crisis line is 608-280-2600.
- Center for Healthy Minds
- UW-Madison Psychology Research and Training Clinic provides confidential psychological services does reduced cost assessments and evaluations. UHS can make appointments for the assessments.
- Connections Counseling is a certified outpatient drug/alcohol and mental health clinic.
- Healthexperiences USA is a special on-line resource recommended by our own Center for Patient Partnerships (CPP). CPP assisted with the development of this resource to learn about young adults' experiences with depression.
- The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 800-273-TALK (8255).
- Crisis Text Line is a service where students can text a trained counselor who will text back. To reach Crisis Text Line, text 741-741.
- Law Lifeline is an online resource for emotional health information.
- Dave Nee Foundation works to eliminate the stigma associated with mental health issues including depression and suicide.
- Jed Foundation is an online emotional health and suicide prevention resource.
Please contact Emily Kite if you have any questions or suggested items for inclusion on this web-page resource.
Emily D. Kite
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs