Mental wellness comes about after your basic needs are met and when you can focus your attention, express your thoughts, cope with difficult emotions, and have a positive mindset.
Law School Resources
- UW Law Mental Health Counseling: information and setting up appointments
- WisLAP: Wisconsin Lawyer Assistance Program
- Journey: Mental Health Center with crisis number and appointment information
- Safe Communities: suicide prevention
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): national help line to find resources in local community
You have the right to feel safe and secure in your environment and in your relationships. Please know there are supportive resources at the Law School, on campus, and in the community to assist you.
- UW Dean of Students Office (Sexual Assault, Dating, Domestic Violence, and Stalking page)
- UHS Survivor Services
- PAVE UW-Madison: student advocacy group
- Rape Crisis Center: campus office
- Rape Crisis Center: Madison-area locations
- Domestic Abuse Intervention Services: serves the Madison area
- RAINN: National Sexual Assault 24/7 confidential hotline
- National Domestic Violence Hotline: 24/7 confidential hotline
- Call 911
- Crisis Text Line: text service for suicide, sexual abuse, and other mental health concerns
Mental Health Counselor for UW Law Students
Room 5101, Law School
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs
Room 5103, Law School
If this is an emergency
If you are concerned for your immediate safety or for the safety of someone else,
get help as soon as possible.
Call 911 or contact the UHS 24-hour Crisis Services for immediate attention.