Mental Health

Crisis Support Services

Alachua County Sexual Assault Helpline

24/7 counseling and emergency outreach for survivors of sexual assault.
Eligibility: All
Fee: No
Number: Call 352-264-6760 or 1-866-252-5439 (toll free)

UF Health Emergency Rooms / North Florida Regional Hospital Emergency Rooms

Emergency department services are appropriate for individuals exhibiting suicidal behavior, drug/alcohol overdose, psychosis, or any other life-threatening condition.
Eligibility: All (insurance accepted)
Fee: Yes
*Go directly to any local emergency room or call 911

**Students who seek emergency assistance on behalf of themselves, another student, or a friend (including for alcohol/drug-related emergencies) will not be subject to disciplinary action**

Non-Crisis Services

U Matter We Care

Referral to appropriate resources for students who are struggling—Anyone can contact them with a concern about a student and they will follow-up.
Eligibility: UF Students
Fee: No
Number: 352-294-CARE

Medical/PA Student Coping Skills Group

8-week DBT-informed coping skills group designed specifically for medical students.
Eligibility: Medical Students; PA Students (insurance accepted)
Fee: Yes
Email: Dr. Lisa King at
Number: 352-265-0294

CWC Biofeedback Lab

The CWC’s Biofeedback Lab is our “relaxation room” where you can find six biofeedback stations, a state of the art reclining massage chair, and numerous relaxation items for you to use in the room or in the first floor waiting area.
Eligibility: UF Students
Fee: No

CWC Workshops

Workshops are no-commitment opportunities to learn and practice different coping skills and wellness habits aimed towards improving the mental health of college students.
Eligibility: UF Students
Fee: No

Bereavement Support Group

Faith-based support group for individuals struggling with grief/bereavement. Facilitated by professionals and non-professionals who have undergone training. All religions are welcome.
Eligibility: All
Fee: No
Number: 352-332-6279


A group with meetings for those who have been affected by another’s drinking. Alateen is for adolescents who have been affected by another’s drinking.
Eligibility: Anyone who has been affected by another’s drinking
Fee: No

CWC Faculty Resources for Student Mental Health

Online “faculty lounge” that includes a variety of resources designed to educate, improve skills, and help support students experiencing a range of challenges, including feeling down, increased anxiety, difficulty concentrating, strained relationships, substance use, and/or lack of motivation.