Husky Health & Well-Being

UW’s one-stop wellness website with information on a wide range of health and wellness services, from medical care and counseling services to safety resources and peer health advocacy. Includes links to information on:

Hall Health Center

(206) 543-1240

Provides high-quality, evidence-based care to UW’s diverse student body, offering a range of services to assess and treat mental health concerns. They offer a variety of services including:

  • Short-term individual counseling
  • Help getting connected to longer-term therapy if appropriate
  • Free appointments for brief support and help connecting with services
  • Group trainings and counseling to learn coping skills, manage anxiety and depression, develop healthy relationships, and more
  • Psychiatric services, including medication for depression, anxiety, and other symptoms
  • Light therapy for seasonal affective disorder
  • Same-day appointments for those in urgent need
  • Help finding and connecting with other on- and off-campus support

Student Counseling Center

(206) 543-1240

Offers multiple options for students seeking help coping with stress and mental health concerns. All UW Seattle students who are in degree-seeking programs are eligible for their counseling services, which include:

  • Self-Help Resources
  • Skills-Based Workshops
  • Short-Term Counseling
  • Referrals for Ongoing/Specialized Counseling
  • Crisis Services

If you are experiencing a psychological crisis outside of working hours and cannot wait until campus resources are open, please call the Crisis Clinic at 866-427-4747. In urgent situations call 911.

Safe Campus

(206) 685-SAFE (7233)

For entire UW community. Call if you’re concerned for self, student, or colleague and it feels potentially dangerous. Helpline available 24/7 (206-685-SAFE (7233)). Topics covered by Safe Campus include:

Sexual Assault Resources

Information and resources for victims of sexual assault and for preventing and responding to sexual misconduct:

LiveWell Center for Student Advocacy, Training and Education (109 Elm Hall)

(206) 543-6085

Provides support, advocacy, consultation, and education to the UW campus community. Their programs include:

Let’s Talk

Drop-in consultation with a counselor, a collaboration between the Counseling Center and Hall Health Center.

Self-Help Resources

The UW Counseling Center offers links to information on a variety of mental health-related topics, ranging from mental health apps, to dealing with social anxiety, to an online mental health screening.