If you no longer remain in Missouri, we recommend you seek care in your local community. Learn more about how to find a therapist in your area. If you need assistance accessing resources, you may request an appointment with our Care Manager to help you identify local providers. To do so, please call -314-935-6695.
Guide to Community Mental Health Services
This guide is meant to provide some information and insight for students looking for off-campus mental health services.
Washington University’s Habif Health and Wellness Center offers programs, workshops, class presentations and training opportunities for the university community.
- Crisis Text Line – Free 24/7 support for anyone in crisis (If you are a student of color, type STEVE as your keyword rather than HOME.)
- ULifeline – Complete a self-assessment at Ulifeline to learn telling insights about your current state of mind. The Self e-Valuator provides a valuable and objective perspective if or when you’re struggling with troubling thoughts.
- Online Assessments for:
- Eating Disorders
- PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- The Unabridged Student Counseling Virtual Pamphlet Collection
- WashU’s Chapter of Active Minds on Campus – Active Minds on Campus, a student-run mental health awareness, education, and advocacy organization.
- National Mental Health Association
- Rethinking Drinking – facts about alcohol and other drugs
- ASK LISTEN REFER is a Washington University Suicide Prevention Training Program designed to help faculty, staff and students prevent suicide by teaching you to:
- identify people at risk for suicide
- recognize the risk factors, protective factors and warning signs of suicide
- respond to and get help for people at risk
- The mission of National Students of AMF is to support college students grieving the illness or death of a loved one.
Habif is passionate about providing high quality services in a caring environment that is affirming of all sexual orientations and gender identities.
If you are a new undergraduate student, we highly encourage you to check out SET TO GO, a resource for guidance in transitioning your prior mental health support from home to campus.