If you or someone you know needs to speak with someone about a mental health crisis (e.g., thoughts of suicide or self-harm, severe depression, panic attacks or anxiety attacks, etc.) contact the following resources. 

24/7 Crisis Line

765-285-HOPE (4673) 

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255)
Chat feature available via web.

Crisis Text Line

Text “GO” to 741741

National Domestic Violence Hotline


Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network (RAINN)

Chat feature available via web

Trevor Project

Crisis support LGBTQ people)

Veterans Crisis Line

Chat and text options available via web.

StrongHearts Native Helpline

Relationship and sexual violence support for Native American and Alaskan Native people
1-844-7NATIVE (762-8483)

Meridian Health Services Crisis Line

800-333-2647 or 765-286-1695

A Better Way Crisis Line

800-347-1144 or 765-288-HELP (4357)
Shelter and services for victims of domestic violence, transitional housing, advocacy for victims of sexual assault

Consultations at the Counseling Center

Business Hours

During regular business hours Counseling Center staff is available for a consultation. If a student needs to be seen immediately and cannot wait for a regular appointment, every effort will be made for the student to be seen that day or the next day.

After Hours

If you need assistance when the office is closed, please consider accessing the above resources as they are equipped to offer immediate support.

The Counseling Center does not provide after-hours therapy but focuses on brief consultation for distressed students to identify and recommend coping skills and additional resources. The Counseling Center can be reached by contacting and discussing your request with University Police (765-285-1111), Housing and Residence Life Staff, or other appropriate university personnel.