DIVERSITY STATEMENT

Counseling and Wellness recognizes the diversity and beauty of the intersecting identities in our MUIH community. We are deeply committed to promoting the affirmation and inclusion of all, through the provision of culturally sensitive services and programs in a safe, supportive, healing environment. 

Apps:

WellTrack is part of a group of mental health apps designed to help students understand their mental health and to provide them with the help they need right now.

Emergency Information

Please note we are unable to provide 24-hour crisis counseling.

During Regular Office Hours:

After Hours:

  • If you are in a psychological or mental crisis, please refer to the 24-hour hotlines listed below, or call 911 or your local hospital.

Life-Threatening Mental Health Emergency

If you or someone you know is experiencing a life-threatening mental health emergency, please call 911.

Call 211

A toll-free call to 211 connects you to a community resource specialist in your area who can put you in touch with local organizations that provide critical services that can improve—and save—lives. 211 can be accessed by phone or computer.

24-hour Emergency Resources

In the event of a mental health emergency when our office is closed, please use the following resources:

Text Supports

  • Crisis Text Line: text “HOME” to 741741

Hotline Numbers

Online Assistance

Additional Resources by Mental Health Condition

Alcohol & Drugs

Anxiety Disorders

Bipolar Disorder

Borderline Personality

Cutting

Depression

Eating Disorders

Emotional Health

Schizophrenia

Stress

Suicide Prevention

Apps

WorryWatch
Provides mental health resources for college students and is downloadable through the App Store for a one-time low fee. WorryWatch allows the person to record any type of worry experienced throughout the day. After writing down an upsetting event or emotion, the user is provided with tools to reflect and assess each situation.

What’s My M3
A best app for mental health due to the anonymous nature of the tools. Users submit mental health assessments for free without revealing his or her identity. The assessments only take three minutes to complete and a personalized report is generated based on provided answers.

Safety Plan
A list of coping strategies and social supports for use when experiencing suicidal thoughts or emotional distress.

Virtual Hope Box
Winner of the 2014 Department of Defense Innovation Award, this app contains simple tools to help with coping, relaxation, distraction, and positive thinking.