If you are experiencing a personal crisis, do not schedule online. Instead, please call or come to the UKCC in 104 Mandrell Hall, 635 S. Limestone, Monday - Friday 8 am - 4:30 pm. After hours, please call (859) 257-8701 and press 1 for crisis or urgent concerns.
You must be currently enrolled as a student in at least 6 fee paying hours at the University of Kentucky to receive services. For summer eligibility, you must have been enrolled in 6 hours in the spring and 6 hours in the upcoming fall. Graduate students enrolled in dissertation or thesis hours are also eligible. Please call (859) 257-8701 if you are unsure of your eligibility. Employees can access mental health support through Work + Life: https://www.uky.edu/hr/work-life-and-well-being/mental-health
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24/7 Phone Consultation: (859) 257-8701 - Press 1 after hours to be connected to a clinician
24/7 Peer-To-Peer Support: Interactions on the platform are anonymous and supervised by licensed mental health practitioners — safely share thoughts and feelings and receive support in an inclusive online environment. Click here and enter your UK email address to start.
Drop-in workshops: https://www.uky.edu/counselingcenter/wildcat-wellness-workshops
UKCC On Demand: videos you can access anytime, anywhere. Click on the links below.
- Tips for finding a therapist in the community (at home or in Lexington)
- Relaxation visualization video
Racism and racial trauma are real and exist presently in our country. To our students, staff, and faculty of color, we see you, we hear you, and we value you. Black Lives Matter. We acknowledge that we are a mental health resource that is working to become anti-racist and still have much work to do in dismantling our own racism. For students, please connect with us for resources related to racial trauma and support. Additional resources: https://www.uky.edu/counselingcenter/black-lives-matter
UKCC clinicians do not provide letters for Emotional Support Animals (ESAs)