Mental Health Resources

There are many resources available outside the Counseling Center for students. For confidential help, students may talk to the chaplain at 719-389-6638 or to the Campus Advocate (formerly SARC) at 719-227-8101.

It may be helpful to speak with a counselor at the Counseling Center about what support may be needed and they can direct students to specific services.

Resources and Support

Referrals to off-campus therapists are done on an individual basis. Please make an appointment to discuss an off-campus therapist with a counselor at the Counseling Center, 719-389-6093.

The following is a list of other Colorado Springs resources:

  • Alcoholics Anonymous in Colorado Springs: 719-573-5020
  • Peak View Behavioral Health Hospital: 719-444-8484
  • Cedar Springs Psychiatric Hospital: 719-633-4114
  • Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention - 888-885-1222
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness Colorado Springs: 719-473-8477
  • Colorado Crisis and Support Line: 844-493-8255
  • Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Colorado Springs (Support Groups): 719-477-1515
  • Eating Disorder Center of Colorado Springs (part of EDC Denver); 866-771-0861
  • Eating Recovery Center of Denver: 877-711-1796
  • Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault-TESSA: Crisis Line: 719-633-3819 General Information: 719-633-1462

National Support Services

24-Hour National Suicide Prevention/Mental Health Crisis Lifeline
800-273-TALK (800-273-8255)

The Jed Foundation - Mental Health and Suicide Prevention for College Students- 212-647-7544

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation for Substance Abuse Treatment - 800-257-7810 Treatment facilities are nationwide

Trevor Project Lifeline at 1-866-488-7386 for immediate help- for LBGTQ

HBCU Center for Excellence in Behavioral Health, Morehouse School of Medicine 866.988.HBCU (4228) For African American College Students

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