You're not alone: ASU mental health resources

As the semester continues, we know that this is a time of high stress and anxiety for some students. Whether it’s because of situations in your personal life or current events on a larger scale, bad feelings can build up. Left unchecked, these bad feelings can turn into depression, or even thoughts of self-harm or suicide. This can be overwhelming and scary, but there are many resources and people here to help you. If you are having a difficult time, don’t be afraid to reach out for help. You can talk to your academic advisor, a professor, a peer mentor in your residence hall — everyone at ASU is here for you.

ASU Counseling Services offers 24/7 personal counseling and crisis services for students. These counseling sessions are completely confidential, and no student will be charged during the consultation with a counselor to figure out which service is right for them.

You can contact ASU Counseling Services during office hours at 480-965-6146.

  • Monday, Thursday - 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For after-hours mental health concerns, you can contact the EMPACT designated hotline for ASU students at 480-921-1006.

There are a variety of counseling options available, including:

And whether your stress is exam-related or not, we encourage you to read this resource from ASU Counseling Services on strategies to manage stress.

Your mental health is just as important as your physical health. We want you to be your happiest, most successful self while at ASU, but sometimes things happen, and we can help you work through it. You never have to feel alone.



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