Boulder Community Hospital (Multiple Locations)

    Boulder Community Foothills Hospital 
    4747 Arapahoe Avenue
    Boulder, CO 80303
    (720) 854-7000


    Boulder Community Hospital Campus
    1100 Balsam (North Broadway & Balsam)
    Boulder, CO 80304
    Mapleton Center for Rehabilitation
    311 Mapleton Avenue
    Boulder, CO 80301

    Boulder Center for Sports Medicine, 303-544-5700
    Hand and Upper Extremity Program, 303-441-0447
    Mapleton Counseling Center, 303-441-0560
    Neurologic and Orthopedic Rehabilitation, 303-441-0493
    Pain Management Program, 303-441-0506
    Pediatric Rehabilitation, 303-441-2385 
    Therapy Pool, 303-441-0542



    Community Medical Center
    1000 W. South Boulder Road, 
    Lafayette, CO  80026
    (303) 666-4357
    Boulder Community Foothills Hospital 
    4747 Arapahoe Avenue
    Boulder, CO 80303
    (720) 854-7000

    Boulder Fire Department

    • Website:
    • Administrative Phone: 303-441-3350
    • Location: 1805 33rd Street, 80301
    • Fire Safety Coordinator: Sherry Kenyon

    Boulder Medical Center (Multiple Locations)

    Boulder Medical Urgent Care

    Campus Closures

    • Phone: 303-482-4636
    • Website:
    • Description: Hazardous storms and other emergencies occasionally force the campus to close. Closures for emergencies that occur at night normally are announced by 6:00AM. Daytime closures or evacuations are announced as decisions are made. Information on the nature of the emergency and any necessary instructions will be posted on the CU-Boulder website, available by calling the information telephone line (303-492-INFO), and sent to students, faculty, and staff through our campus alert system.
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    Colorado Anti-Violence Program

    • 24 Hour Hotline: 303-852-5094 or 1-888-557-4441
    • Office Phone: 303-839-5204
    • Email:
    • Address: P.O. Box 181085 Denver, CO 80218
    • Description: Colorado Anti-Violence Program has been dedicated to eliminating violence within and against the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) communities in Colorado, and providing the highest quality services to survivors. CAVP provides direct client services including crisis intervention, information, and referrals for LGBT victims of violence 24 hours a day. The CAVP also provides technical assistance, training, and education for community organizations, law enforcement, and mainstream service providers on violence issues affecting the LGBT community.

    Community Health

    • Phone: 303-492-2937
    • Website:
    • Address: UMC 411
    • Community Health is the public health division of Wardenburg Health Center. Our program aims to foster a community that promotes students' health and well-being.
    • We support CU students to develop the skills they need to make informed choices about health while they're in school and beyond. This includes understanding the factors that support health for individuals and communities.
    • Our department includes professional staff, student staff, and volunteers. Through workshops, classes, and one-on-one conversations, our trained student staff and volunteers address stress, sleep, body image, sexual health, tobacco use, relationship wellness, alcohol toxicity, food and society, and how to help others effectively.
    • We work with an awareness of the social determinants of health and the factors that create and alleviate health inequities.

    Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)*

    • Phone: 303-492-6766 (after hours use extension 2)
    • Website:
    • Hours: Mon-Fri 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. walk-in hours
    • Location: Center for Community (C4C) Room S440
    • Director: Karen Raforth, Ph.D.
    • Description: Counseling and Psychological Services offers confidential counseling services for all CU-Boulder students, including individual counseling and therapy, group counseling, consultation and workshops.

    CU Helpline*

    • Hotline: 303-492-1000
    • Hours: Sun-Thurs 7 p.m.-12 a.m., Fri-Sat 9 p.m. - 2 a.m.
    • Website:
    • Description: CU HelpLine is unique in the fact that it is made up of students helping students. A lot of the issues you might be experiencing are things they have dealt with, or are currently dealing with, in their own lives. They are not professional therapists, therefore they do not give advice. They are there to listen and talk through whatever you might be dealing with. They are not only a crisis line and they encourage you to call in with whatever is bothering you.

    Disability Services

    • Phone: 303-492-8671 Voice/TTY
    • Email:
    • Website:
    • Location: Center for Community (C4C), N200
    • Description: Disability Services’ (DS) mission is to provide students with disabilities the tools, reasonable accommodations, and support services to participate fully in the academic environment. Furthermore, their mission is to promote an accessible and culturally sensitive campus through outreach and by building partnerships within the university community and beyond.

    Discrimination and Harassment, Office of

    • Phone: 303-492-2127
    • Website:
    • Location: Administrative and Research Center (ARC) 3rd Floor
    • Director: Katherine Erwin
    • Description: The mission of the Office of Discrimination and Harassment (ODH) is to prevent and eliminate discrimination and harassment based on race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status at the University of Colorado Boulder. Additionally they strive to prevent and eliminate false allegations of discrimination and harassment. They conduct fair and unbiased investigations of all allegations of discrimination and harassment and treat all individuals who seek our assistance with respect and dignity.

    The Eating Disorder Foundation

    • Website:
    • Description: The Foundation engages in education and advocacy initiatives together with timely support and help in identifying appropriate treatment options for individuals with eating disorders and their families.

    Eating Disorder Referral and Information Center

    • Website:
    • Description: Provides links to sites that provide additional information on eating disorders and related topics.

    Emergency Management, Office of

    Environmental Health and Safety

    • Phone: 303-492-6025
    • Email:
    • Website:
    • Director: Derrick K. Watson
    • Description: The Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) department provides comprehensive health and safety services to the CU-Boulder campus community. EH&S also provides leadership in environmental stewardship and regulatory compliance assistance to the campus community.

    Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Queer (GLBTQ) Resource Center

    • Phone: 303-492-1377
    • Website:
    • Location: C4C N450
    • Director: Scarlet Bowen
    • Description: The GLBTQ Resource Center offers general support for the GLBTQ community, networking for GLBTQ groups, scholarship opportunities, coordination assistance for GLBTQ campus events, a resource library, and a gathering space. The center also arranges educational programs including awareness events, speaking engagements, and trainings. The center is a resource for all students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

    La Luna Center - Boulder

    • Phone: 720-470-0010
    • Email:
    • Website:
    • Address: 3002 Bluff St. Suite 200 Boulder, Colorado, 80301
    • Description: La Luna Center believes that freedom from disordered eating is possible and is committed to helping you find the level of support you need for your recovery process. La Luna Center provides comprehensive and respectful treatment for individuals struggling with Eating Disorders such as Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating Disorder, and Related Conditions. Treatment centers are located in Boulder and Fort Collins Colorado.

    Mapleton Center*

    Mental Health Center of Boulder County*

    • 24 Hour Hotline: 303-447-1665
    • Office Phone: 303-443-8500
    • Website:
    • Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
    • Location: 1333 Iris Ave. Boulder, CO 80304
    • Description: The MHCBBC offers a wide range of programs and services to individuals of all ages and their families. The MHCBBC staff includes psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, mental health workers, nurses, and administrative professionals as well as many trained volunteers to serve our community.  All of our clinical programs are divided into one of the five networks listed below.

    Multicultural Affairs, Center for

    • Phone: 303-492-5667
    • Website:
    • Location: Willard Admin Room 115A
    • Director: Randy McCrillis
    • Description: The Center for Multicultural Affairs (CMA) is a resource, referral, and counseling center that works to increase the retention/persistence of all students, with a particular focus on diverse students. A few of the programs offered by CMA are the Diversity Education Team, People of Color Film Series, Parents As Partners, peer counseling, Collegiate Leadership Development Program, and the White Antelope Memorial Scholarship.

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline*

    • 24 Hour Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
    • Website:
    • Description: Are you in crisis? Are you feeling desperate, alone or hopeless? Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), a free, 24-hour hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. Your call will be routed to the nearest crisis center to you.

    CU NightRide

    • Phone: 303-492-SAFE (7233)
    • Website:
    • Hours: Sun-Thurs Sundown-12:15 a.m., Fri-Sat Sundown-1:15 a.m.
    • Location: UMC Reception Desk 2nd Floor
    • Director: Rotating student director. Contact Andrea Zelinko, staff.
    • Description: CU NightRide is a student-operated program dedicated to meeting the safety needs of CU students, faculty, and staff by providing night-time transportation to support a safe academic and socially responsible environment both on campus and in the community. Rides are free and available by heading to the CU NightRide dispatch desk in the UMC or from any location by calling the number above. Calls are prioritized by group size so that singles are picked up as quickly as possible, usually within 20 minutes.

    Off-Campus Student Services

    • Phone: 303-492-7053
    • Website:
    • Location: UMC 313
    • Director: Susan Stafford
    • Description: Need a roommate? Looking for a place? Having landlord issues? Off-Campus Student Services is there to help. They support the over 20,000 CU-Boulder students who live off campus and can help you with everything from finding a place and dealing with landlords and roommates to commuting and budgeting.

    Ombuds Office*

    • Phone: 303-492-5077
    • Website:
    • Location: C4C, N440
    • Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m. - noon and 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. or by appointment.
    • Director: Tom Sebok
    • Description: The Ombuds Office provides confidential, neutral, and informal assistance to students, staff, faculty, and administrators with UCB-related problems and conflicts (e.g., decisions, responsiveness, perceived unfair treatment, communication breakdowns). Visitors to the office wishing to formally notify the university about a concern are referred to the appropriate office or department.

    Planned Parenthood*

    • Phone: 303-447-1040
    • Website:
    • Hours:
    • Location: 2525 Arapahoe Ave, Suite 200
    • Description: Abortion Services, Birth Control Services, Emergency Contraception, General Health Care, HIV Testing, HPV & Hepatitis Vaccines, LGBT Services, Men's Health Services, Patient Education, Pregnancy Testing, Options & Services, STD Testing & Treatment, Women's Health Services


    CU Police Department

    Boulder Police Department

    • Non-Emergency: 303-441-3333
    • Phone: 303-441-3300
    • Website:
    • Location: 1805 33rd Street
    • Chief of Police: Mark R. Beckner

    Sheriff’s Office, Boulder County

    Raimy Psychology Clinic*

    • Phone: 303-492-5177
    • Website:
    • Hours: Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
    • Location: 2nd Floor of D-wing (D232) in the Muenzinger Psychology Building at the University of Colorado in Boulder.
    • Description: The Raimy Psychology Clinic at the University of Colorado provides affordable psychological treatment to adults in the Boulder County area, including University of Colorado students, faculty and staff. The Department of Psychology at the University of Colorado maintains the Raimy Clinic as a training site for graduate students in the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program. Graduate student therapists provide therapeutic services and are supervised by licensed psychologists and other experienced mental health professionals.

    Rape Crisis Team/MESA (Moving to End Sexual Assault)*

    • 24 Hour Hotline: 303-443-7300
    • Office Phone: 303-443-0400
    • Email:
    • Website:
    • Address: 2336 Canyon Blvd, Suite 103, Boulder, CO 80302
    • Description: The mission Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA) is to end the suffering in our community caused by sexual assault.  We believe every person has the right to live free of sexual assault.  Through our client services we are here to help sexual assault survivors and their loved ones today and through our prevention education programs we are working towards changing tomorrow to ensure a world free of sexual assault.


    Official Reporting

    • CU Police Phone: 303-492-6666
    • Boulder Police Phone: 303-441-3333
    • Report an off-campus crime online
    • Description: To make an official report, contact the CU Police or Boulder Police. Contacting the police may begin a criminal investigation, but generally does not unless you choose to do so or if you are under the age of 18. The CU-Boulder Office of Victim Assistance, MESA, and the Boulder County Safehouse can also facilitate official reporting through law enforcement if desired, as well as answer any questions or concerns you might have about reporting options.

    Confidential Reporting*

    • Website:
    • Description: Confidential reporting is available to members of the University of Colorado community by completing an online form available by following the link above. Completing this form does not constitute a report to the University and will not initiate any law enforcement, judicial or administrative action. This information goes to a confidential office, the Office of Victim Assistance and will not be shared except in aggregate, non-identifiable form. If you would like to be contacted by office staff, there is a place to let them know how to reach you with the information you provide. You can also receive information, support, and resources if you do not want or have not yet decided to report officially.

    CU-Boulder Police Anonymous Reporting

    • Website:
    • Description: This information is received by the CU-Boulder Police Department. Contact information is not required, you may submit this form without listing any contact information. If you submit this form without listing any contact information your anonymity can not be absolutely guaranteed. The CU-Boulder Police Department will not attempt to locate you.

    Report Lights Out – (Campus) Facilities Management

    Report Lights Out – (Off-Campus) Xcel Energy

    City Maintenance

    Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Non-Violence (SPAN)*

    • 24 Hour Hotline: 303-444-2424
    • Office Phone: 303-449-8623
    • Website:
    • Address: 835 North Street, Boulder CO,  80304
    • Description: SPAN provides culturally relevant services for victims of interpersonal violence and promoting nonviolence and social justice through violence prevention education. They also provide specialized community training and technical assistance programs, as well as anti-violence/anti-oppression coalition building with individuals, agencies, and institutions throughout Boulder and Broomfield counties and beyond.
      Services: Emergency Services, Counseling, Children’s Services, Legal Advocacy, Transitional Services, Spiritual Support.

    Student Conduct, Office of

    • Phone: 303-492-5550
    • Website:
    • Location: Regent Administrative Center Room 206
    • Director: 
    • Description: The Laws of the Regents require each campus to develop a student code of conduct in order to create and maintain a campus community where people treat one another with respect and courtesy. The university views the student conduct process as a learning experience that encourages growth and personal understanding of one’s responsibilities and privileges within the university community and the greater community.

    Student Legal Services*

    • Phone: 303-492-6813 (appointment only)
    • Website:
    • Hours: Mon-Fri 8:45 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 1:15 p.m. - 5 p.m.
    • Location: UMC 311
    • Description: You can take advantage of consultations concerning traffic violations, criminal charges, consumer affairs, contracts, landlord/tenant relations, small claims court, accidents, insurance problems, debt collection, bankruptcy, wills and probate, divorce, employment, and DUI/DWAI. The cost of the initial consultation includes a follow-up appointment. Representation in court is available in many types of cases. All fees are a fraction of the cost of a private attorney.

    Taxi Service

    • Phone: 303-777-7777
    • Description: Fee-for-service taxi in Boulder. Wait times depend on demand. There is a taxi pick-up point on 11th and Pearl, where you can wait for a cab on weekend nights.

    Wardenburg Health Center*

    • Phone: 303-492-5101
    • Website:
    • Hours: Mon-Thurs 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., Fri 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sat 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. (Urgent Care)
    • Location: 19 UCB, Boulder, CO 80309
    • Description: Wardenburg Health Center’s convenient on-campus facility specializes in the health care needs of college students. They provide primary care; psychological and psychiatric services; women’s health; mental health; sports medicine services; laboratory and x-ray services; community health education; and a pharmacy. All CU students may use Wardenburg regardless of insurance provider.
    • Find out what to do when Wardenburg is closed

    Wardenburg Psychological Health and Psychiatry*

    • Phone: 303-492-5654
    • Website:
    • Hours: Mon-Thurs 8AM-6PM and Fri 8AM-5PM
    • Location: Wardenburg Health Center, 1st Floor
    • Description: Psychological Health and Psychiatry (PHP) is the mental health clinic at Wardenburg Health Center. PHP is a safe and confidential place for you to come and talk about your concerns. Fees may apply.

    Women’s Resource Center

    • Phone: 303-492-5713
    • Email:
    • Website:
    • Location: UMC 416
    • Description: The purpose of the Women's Resource Center is to create a campus environment where women will thrive. The WRC offers leadership opportunities to students and works in collaboration with a variety of campus and community partners. WRC supports women on campus and in the larger community.

    Veterans Suicide Prevention Hotline*

    • 24 Hour Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255), Veterans Press 1
    • Website:
    • Description: The Department of Veterans Affairs' (VA) Veterans Health Administration (VHA) has founded a national suicide prevention hotline to ensure veterans in emotional crisis have free, 24/7 access to trained counselors.

    Victim Assistance, Office of* (OVA)

    • Office Phone: 303-492-8855, after hours press 2 to talk to a counselor
    • Email:
    • Website:
    • Hours: Mon-Fri 8AM-5PM
    • Location: Center for Community, C4C, Room S440
    • Director: Jessica Ladd-Webert
    • Description: The Office of Victim Assistance (OVA) provides free confidential response services for students, faculty, staff and their significant others who experience traumatic, disturbing or disruptive life events.  We do this by providing information, support, advocacy and short-term counseling. OVA is not a part of the police department. The office responds to situations involving physical assault and hazing, bias motivated incidents, death, discrimination and harassment including sexual harassment, intimate partner violence, serious accidents, sexual assault and stalking, as well as other potentially traumatic situations. If after business hours, call the main number (303-492-8855) and press "2" to speak to a mental health professional.

    *Indicates a confidential resource/service.