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You're not alone: ASU mental health resources

As we’re nearing the end of the semester, we know 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, painful feelings can build up. 

Left unchecked, these hard feelings can manifest in different ways. 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, your First-Year Success coach, a community assistant in your residence hall — everyone at ASU is here for you.

Getting mental health support as an ASU student has never been easier. ASU is proud to offer counseling support 24-hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year from anywhere in the world, at no charge. 

In an effort to give all ASU students the opportunity to get the help they need, there are now several ways to contact a mental health clinician. ASU Health Services, ASU Counseling Services, ASU Counseling Open Call and Open Chat services all work with one another to ensure you only need to open one door to begin to find support.

Open Call and Open Chat

Connect with a counselor 24-hours per day, 7 days per week from anywhere in the world. For more information and to create your account, visit eoss.asu.edu/counseling/opencallandchat.

Telehealth consultation hours

Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Schedule an appointment by My Health Portal: 

eoss.asu.edu/health/portal

Telehealth Outside of Arizona

Schedule a telehealth appointment with a licensed counselor available to support you wherever you are in the world. For more information and to create your account, visit eoss.asu.edu/couseling/where-to-start.

In-person appointments at ASU Counseling Services

We recognize that some issues can only be served in person. While we are prioritizing care through tele-mental health, we remain available to see students at each of our locations. 

ASU Dedicated Crisis Line through EMPACT:

24/7, immediate availability 480-921-1006

Questions? 

Give us a call at 480-965-6146.

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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