Mental Health Resources

There are many resources available outside the Counseling Center for students. For confidential help, students may talk to one of the the chaplains at 719-389-6638 or to the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator 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.

Referrals to off campus therapists are done on an individual basis. Please make an appointment to discuss 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 Reovery 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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