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Students may seek preventive and medical care at the CSU Health Network, a comprehensive, on-campus student health clinic, including medical doctors. Medical personnel are in frequent contact with the Larimer County and Colorado health departments regarding COVID-19. In addition, Health Network counselors and therapists are available to students in person or via telehealth appointments. Student fees pay a portion of a student’s medical and mental health support at the center, depending upon the student’s enrollment status and the health service provided. Urgent mental health concern or need immediate support, call 970-491-7111 to speak with a CSU counselor (available 24/7).

Theme therapy groups: Theme therapy groups help students connect with others who share common experiences, identities and concerns. Registration is required. If interested call (970) 491-6053.

Example groups:

  • NEW: Coping with COVID-19/Anxiety Support
  • International Student Support
  • Taming the Anxious Mind

Group workshops: Workshops are designed for those who want the opportunity to be educated, increase knowledge of resources, and building coping skills in certain areas of their lives.

Example workshops:
Mindfulness for Well-being in Stressful Times (registration required: 970-491-6053)

YOU@CSU – 24/7 online resources including coping tools for managing stress and anxiety about COVID-19. Login with your CSU EID on RAMweb or at you.colostate.edu

Feeling overwhelmed by current events? if you or someone you know is having thoughts of harming self or others, resources are available:

Student Case Management provides crisis prevention and intervention services. In difficult situations such as medical, mental health, behavioral, personal or family crisis, illness or injury, a student may find it difficult to navigate the resources and services available. Call 970-491-8051 or email help4rams@colostate.edu.

Student Resolution Center assists, educates and supports CSU students and the campus community through two processes: conflict resolution services and student conduct services.

Suicide Prevention: If you think you or someone you know could be suicidal, please call 911 immediately. If you are concerned about yourself, don’t wait. Talk to a caring professional:

  • Visit CSU Health Network Counseling Services: CSU Health & Medical Center, 151 W. Lake St. Walk-in hours: M-F 7:30am to 4:30pm; Tuesdays 7:30am to 7:30pm
  • Call CSU Health Network Counseling Services: (970) 491-7121 Mental Health Crisis Intervention (CSU): (970) 491-7111
  • Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) This is a 24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.
  • The Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline and online chat. Call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1
  • The Trevor Project provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth. They have established the Trevor Lifeline that you can call at 1-866-488-7386 to speak with a trained volunteer with specific sensitivity to LGBTQ issues.
  • Call the Transgender Suicide Prevention Hotline (Trans Lifeline)- 877-565-8860

Concerned about another CSU student or employee’s mental health and safety? There may be times that you become concerned about CSU student or university employee. We encourage you to Tell Someone. People who may be experiencing an emotional difficulty or mental health illness may show specific signs that they need help. When in doubt, it is always best to Tell Someone! Know you can call (970) 491-1350 to discuss concerns about any member of the CSU community. Referrals will be made to campus resources that can develop strategies and use resources to discreetly help students and employees who may be in distress. Referrals may also be made using the online Health and Safety Referral Form. If a student or employee appears to be an imminent risk of causing harm to self or others, call the CSU Police Department at (970) 491-6425 and/or 911 immediately.

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