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CU Boulder has many support and advocacy resources available for our campus community.

 

Confidential support centers and resources

Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) can be reached at 303-492-2277 (24/7 phone line).

  • Provides confidential, on-campus mental health services for students on a variety of concerns such as academics, anxiety, body image, depression, relationships, substance use and more
  • Provides workshops, therapy groups, individual counseling, psychological testing, psychiatric care and more
  • Primary location: Center for Community (C4C), Walk-in hours Monday through Friday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) can be reached at 303-492-3020.

  • Provides free, confidential counseling for CU faculty and staff
  • Provides assistance to faculty and staff for personal or work-related concerns
  • Hosts groups and workshops

The Office of Victim Assistance (OVA) can be reached at 303-492-8855 (24/7 phone line).

  • Provides free, confidential counseling, advocacy, information and referrals for all CU community members, students, staff, faculty and their significant others
  • Specializes in current and past life-disruptive events including but not limited to crime, gender-based violence, experiences of bias, harassment, discrimination, abuse and violence
  • Location: Center for Community (C4C), Walk-in hours Monday through Friday: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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

The Raimy Clinic can be reached at 303-492-5177 (confidential voicemail for intake) or raimy@colorado.edu.

  • 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.

  • SilverCloud Health is an online portal that offers secure, immediate access to online programs for stress, anxiety and depression.
  • Each module offers information, tips and interactive activities to better understand one’s emotional well-being.
  • It is available for free to all CU Boulder students, staff and faculty.
  • Sign up at colorado.silvercloudhealth.com/signup.

 

Reporting information

Report bias-motivated incidents, discrimination, harassment or sexual misconduct.

  • A report of sexual misconduct, discrimination or harassment, crimes or related retaliation may be pursued in different ways. Depending on the nature of the alleged conduct, a complainant or victim may pursue a criminal process, a university process, both processes or neither process. A victim may also decline to notify authorities.

 

Other supportive resources

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. 

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.

  • Talk with a recovery professional
  • Attend a Support Meeting on campus
  • Talk with a student for peer support
  • Get involved with a sober community or program

Disability Services can be reached at 303-492-8671.

  • Provides students with disabilities the tools, reasonable accommodations and support services to participate fully in the academic environment
  • Teaches self-advocacy and creates a network of resources

International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) can be reached at 303-492-8057.

  • Holds responsibility for international students once they are admitted to CU
  • Helps departments bring in visiting scholars and researchers
  • Helps answer questions concerning legal status or other issues pertinent to international visitors
  • Serves as liaison between CU and community members, especially during difficult times
  • Fosters inclusiveness and offers support and programming across multiple identities

The Veteran and Military Affairs can be reached at 303-492-7322.

  • Provides a key point of contact for the CU Boulder veteran/military community
  • Establishes and operates an informal veterans support group
  • Assists in the transition from military to campus life
  • Provides an informal mentoring program for student veterans

The Student Support and Case Management can be reached at 303-492-7348.

  • SSCM assists students who are experiencing distress from events such as personal or family crisis. SSCM works collaboratively to support academic success and emotional well-being.