Your Mental Health Matters

Check out resources below to get support if you are in need. Mental Health is important, and so are you.

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    Counseling and Consultation Services 
    • Website: www.ccs.osu.edu
    • To schedule a phone screening: https://ccs.osu.edu/schedule-a-phone-screening/
    • Front Desk: 614-292-5766
    • After Hours Service (evenings, weekends, and holidays): 614-292-5766 option 2
    • Address: 4th floor of the Younkin Success Center at 1640 Neil Avenue 10th floor of Lincoln Tower at 1800 Cannon Ave.
    • Students get 10 free sessions
  • OSU Psychological Services Center 
  • Columbus Suicide Hotline 
    • Phone: 614-221-5445
    • Available 24/7
  • National Hotline
    • ​Phone: 800-273-8255
  • Crisis Text Line
    • Motto: "If it's a crisis to you it's a crisis to us". This free line will not show up on your phone bill so this is confidential.
    • Text: "4HOPE" to 741-741
  • National Web Resources for College Students 
  • Local Counselors 
    • Call to see if they take patients with your insurance. Try different therapists until you find one that works for you.
    • Holistic Consultation: 614-607-0980
    • Keller Counseling and Associates: 614-822-7819
    • Providers for healthy living: 614-664-3595
    • CCS Community Provider Database (searchable by insurance needs): https://ccs.osu.edu/cpd/
  • Self Care Tips
    • 134 things to add to your self care routine: https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/134- activities-to-add-to-your-self-care-plan/
    • Ohio State's Mastersinsocialworkonline.org recently published a Student Mental Health Guide.  The guide outlines some of the most common mental health issues experienced by students today. The guide also provides suggested resources for support and treatment, as well as the role that social workers can play in student mental health. 
  • Wellness Coaching: OSU Wellness Center 
    • Wellness coaches take a positive approach to personal development, focusing on your strengths and using the Nine Dimensions of Wellness model as a framework for generating goals that are meaningful for you.
    • Website: swc.osu.edu/wellness-coaching
  • Let's Talk OSU 
    • FREE and CONFIDENTIAL drop-in informal mental health consultations 15-20 minute consultation with a trained CCS Counselor Thursdays in the Union (Multicultural center) 6-8 pm
  • Netcare's Local Crisis Center 
    • 24-hour crisis stabilization
    • Phone: (614) 276-2273
  • Emergencies 
    • If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call an emergency line.
    • Call: 911
    • OSU Police: 614-292-2121