We provided a short list of services UO Health offers as well as a link to each site for more info. For mental health, UO Health Services offers After-Hours Crisis Support, Counseling, Stress Management, the Duck Nest, Suicide Prevention, and SAFE (resources for victims and survivors). Each of these organizations further provides therapy and services, events and workshops, and guides on how to support other students and yourself.
Each of these organizations provides a safe, trusting, and loving environment that puts students' needs first. Please do not hesitate to reach out to any of these resources if you or a friend need help! Below is an additional link to the full page of UO Health Services.
For emergency situations, call 9-1-1. This includes when a student:
If it is an emergency, call 9-1-1. You will be connected to the appropriate service.
For non-emergency, but urgent situations, call Counseling Services for a consultation, or let Counseling Services know you'll be bringing a student over. This includes:
Physical, sexual, mental, and emotional well-being are important to student success. The Duck Nest seeks to assist you in developing self-care and life balance. Here, we connect you with resources within the UO community and beyond, focusing on strategies in the following eight dimensions of wellness.
If you have any questions about your options for mental health support, call Counseling Services at 541-346-3227. We will have the next available counselor return your call to discuss your options and to answer your questions. We frequently add new content including self-help resources, links to digital mental health resources, and our own webinar format programs on topics relevant to student mental health to our website.
Together we can create a community of care. If you know a student who is struggling, and aren't sure how to help, we can offer advice, support, and interventions with a phone consultation. Counseling Services provides phone consultation to faculty, staff, family, friends or others with concerns about UO students. Our therapists can suggest ways to approach options and resources available to students, and help identify next steps. Additionally, phone consultation is a good way to learn about available services and how to proceed if you would like to start therapy or join a therapy group through Counseling Services.
Help and support for you. We provide a variety of mental health services to UO students and the campus community: