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Campus and Community Resources
Mental Health Resources
UHS offers a variety of free, confidential mental health services for all UW-Madison students as well as 24-hour crisis services. Visit our mental health services page for more information
Counseling Psychiatry Training Clinic provides confidential counseling services for individuals, families, adolescents and children. Services are provided on a sliding scale fee based on income.
Psychology Research & Training Clinic provides confidential psychotherapy and assessment services to individuals, families, and children from the UW and greater Madison community. PRTC is a fee-for-service clinic.
Journey Mental Health Center is a nonprofit agency that provides comprehensive mental health and substance abuse services.
If a situation is life-threatening, always call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. Emergency rooms near campus:
- UW Hospital ER - 600 Highland Avenue
- Meriter Hosptial ER - 202 S. Park Street
- Mary's Hospital ER - 707 S. Mills Street
UW Police Department: The UW-Madison Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency that safeguards and serves the campus community.
(608)-265-5600 – option 9 for 24-hour crisis
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Ayuda en Español: 888-628-9454
Veterans Suicide Prevention Lifeline
(800)-273-8255 (TALK) – select 1
Text message: 838255
The Trevor Project – LGBTQ Suicide Prevention
Journey Mental Health Center – Madison
(608)-280-2600 – 24-hour crisis services
(608)-280-2700 – General reception
For more information and resources, visit our Self-help Resources page.