CU Red Folder (signs of distress, how to respond, links to numerous campus resources)
Silver Cloud Online (confidential online program that provides you with techniques that may help you overcome and manage stress, depression, and anxiety)
Programs offered by Health and Wellness Services (Wellness Wednesday, Health and Wellness Summit, etc.)
Raimy Clinic in the Dept. of Psychology & Neuroscience
Affordable psychotherapy for students, faculty and staff for help coping with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, stress and more.
Therapists are clinical psychology graduate students in training, supervised by licensed faculty.
Location: Muenzinger Psychology, second floor, Room D232; call or email to request appointments.
Contemplative Resource Center The Contemplative Resource Center (CRC) seeks to integrate secular contemplative practices into how we at the University of Colorado work, teach, learn and live.
Direct financial assistance to students in emergencies
The Ombuds Office can be reached at 303-492-5077.
Confidential: Does not keep records of communications and will not share your identity or the content of communications without permission, except if there is an imminent risk of harm
Informal: Does not maintain records, adjudicate, arbitrate or participate in formal processes.
Impartial: Does not advocate for any party to a dispute and will consider the interests and concerns of all parties involved with the purpose of achieving a fair and equitable outcome
Independent: Functions independent of line management; talking with Ombuds staff does not constitute notice of any claims to CU Boulder
International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) seeks to support international students and scholars in pursuing their educational, research, and/or professional objectives at the university.
The Center for Inclusion and Social Change has been established to support undergraduate and graduate students across multiple identities, including students of color, LGBTQ+ students, QTBIPOC students, women and femme students and first-generation students. Students will find a welcoming and inclusive gathering space at The Center for Inclusion and Social Change, and a place to find community, resources and support for academic, personal and professional growth.
Whether you or someone you know is having a hard time, it’s important to reach out or ask for help. Learn more about signs to watch for and how to connect a friend to resources. #Bethe1to Help a Fellow Buff
The CU Collegiate Recovery Center (CUCRC) is open to anyone in recovery or seeking recovery or support for alcohol or drug use or other addictive behaviors as well as those who are interested in being part of a healthy, sober community. Email or call 303-492-9642.
For those interest in learning more about inclusive practices and perhaps joining an inclusive community of practice, check out the Center for Teaching and Learning and the CIRES Diversity and Inclusion site.