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Find support and resources, including counseling services, drop-in crisis support, psychiatric care, alcohol and drug recovery, and ADHD guidance. Get connected by calling 612-625-3222.
There’s no need to suffer alone. Reach out for trusted counselor support, self-help materials, and specialized content for marginalized identities.
Pet Away Worry & Stress with therapy animals throughout the academic year. Free to use, no appointment needed.
Learn ways to manage all aspects of college life through self-paced resources and tutorials.
Learn more about what resources, programs, and services are the best fit for you. Note: This program is not designed for crisis support.
Get connected to resources specific to your academic and wellbeing success.
Complete self-guided, online therapy for stress, anxiety, depression, and insomnia. Access for free with code UMN.
Twin Cities metro crisis line
Call **CRISIS (274747) or text “MN” to 741741 anywhere, at anytime for mental health support.
Receive mental health counseling and consultation services as part of your benefits package. This program is also available for employee spouses and dependents.
Strive for better wellness through the six dimensions of wellbeing to live a balanced life. As an added bonus, earn points to save money on your University medical plan.
On-demand videos to learn essential skills for supporting the needs of students.
Connect with University community members of minority racial and ethnic groups for healing conversation on mental health topics.
Make a referral on behalf of a student who you believe may consider causing harm to themselves or others.
Knowing what to say to someone in need can be hard. Learn how you can support your peers through a tough mental health moment.
Mental health doesn’t take a day off. Discover mental health resources offered by the State of Minnesota.
Seek out confidential assessment and consultation services for determining your level of risk with alcohol or substance use.
Learn the signs of alcohol poisoning and how to save a peer in need.
Learn the signs of a drug overdose and how to save a peer in need.
Looking to maintain sobriety during your time in college? Join ROC to find allies in your journey toward life without drinking or drugs.
Find fresh and healthy food for free at Boynton Health’s Nutritious U Food Pantry - no proof of need required.
Determine your eligibility for discounted and reduced groceries through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
Speak with financial wellness counselors to answer your money questions and formulate a plan to better manage your finances.
Connect with the University Student Legal Service for representation or inquiries on the law unique to the student experience.
Join a community of friendship and support that celebrates equity and diversity. See yourself at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities.
Understand the University’s response to COVID-19 procedures.
Got a cold? Need a dentist? Boynton has what you need to take care of your body.
There’s much to explore at the UMN Twin Cities gyms. Exercise, get massages, learn water safety, and more.
Enrich your time at the University by participating in some of the hundreds of co-curriculars across campus. Sign up today!
Eating disorders are complex mental health conditions that can affect anyone at any moment. If your or someone you know might be struggling, connect with compassionate care by calling 612-624-1444.
Those in a non-confidential or mandatory reporting capacity should report incidents of misconduct to the Equal Opportunity & Title IX Office.
Help take a step toward an inclusive campus by taking this required education module.
National Sexual Assault Hotline
Get free and confidential crisis intervention if you or someone you know is a victim of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, or harassment.
Watch the Swipe
Protect your privacy by not sharing identifiable information on dating apps.
Have Your Exit Line Ready
“I have to go now,” “I’ve called the police,” “I’m in a relationship,” even if untrue, are okay to say to get out of a dangerous situation.
Your Body, Your Choice