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Mental Health Counseling

Campus Counseling


Student Health Services:

  1. Visit SHS’s website (link above) and press “make an appointment” at the top of the page
  2. Sign up for a mental health intake call
  3. Schedule an in-person counseling appointment

Overview of services:

  • 1 intake call
  • 8 counseling sessions
  • Students are allowed 15 counseling sessions total in a year. Sessions after the 8 free counseling will require a co-pay for each visit.


  • Hours: 24/7
  • Services:
    • Free, virtual care service available to all WashU students through TimelyCare app
    • TalkNow: on-demand access to professionals that can connect you within 3-7 minutes
    • Offers scheduled counseling
      • Capped at 12 sessions that last 45 minutes each
      • Ability to pick counselor and choose time within your availability
    • Free psychiatric care
    • Health coaching – sleep, nutrition, exercise, wellbeing, and more
      • Free, scheduled virtual visit with a certified health coach

Uncle Joe’s Peer Counseling & Resource Center

  • 24/7 Helpline #: 314-935-5099
  • Email: 
  • Office Hours: 10 pm to 1 am nightly during academic year, excluding breaks & finals periods
  • Location: in the basement of Gregg Hall on South 40 between Wash U Wash and STS
  • Services:
    • Confidential peer counseling for all WashU undergraduates
      • 24/7 via helpline with a voicemail system
      • In-person option is walk-in
    • Topics include addictive behaviors, anxiety & stress, BIPOC identities, long-term counseling, depression, eating disorders, grief/loss, LGBTQIA+ identities,, self harm, sexual health, sexual assault & abuse, suicide, and more
    • Resources (pamphlets, brochures, etc) in office, on website, and on new app

Off-Campus & Community Counseling 

Safe Connections

  • Website: Safe Connections
  • Crisis Line (24/7): 314-531-2003
  • Business: 314-646-7500
  • Location: 2165 Hampton Ave.
  • Services: Safe connections offers free individual counseling and information. It offers other services such as healing through art groups, building effective communication groups, anger management classes, and additional services.

Alternatives to Living in Violent Environments (ALIVE)

  • Website: ALIVE STL
  • Crisis Line (24/7): 314-993-2777
  • Business Line: 314-993-7080
  • Services: ALIVE offers free individual counseling that is crisis-oriented, as well as weekly support groups, from licensed therapists specializing in domestic abuse related issues. 

Provident St. Louis

  • Website: Provident STL
  • Crisis Line (24/7): 314-647-4357
  • Business Line: 314-533-8200
  • Location: 2650 Olive Blvd
  • Services: Provident STL offers individual therapy, support groups, psychiatric services, couples counseling, a crisis line, and more. 

YWCA Women’s Resource Center

  • Website: YWCA St. Louis
  • Crisis Line (24/7): 314-531-7273
  • Business Line: 314-726-6665
  • Location: 3820 West Pine Blvd.
  • Services: The YWCA offers free individual counseling therapy by counselors who are trauma-informed. Support groups are available to women only.