If calling during business hours, you will reach our clinic coordinator who will assist you in scheduling an appointment with a Student Mental Health faculty member. If she is away from the desk or you call after-hours, your call will be returned the next business day.
You will meet with a Student Mental Health clinician who will evaluate your needs and will either provide your care or refer you to an appropriate treatment provider(s) for ongoing treatment.1
Students will have no copay for visits under the United Health Care Student Services plan when they are seen on-campus. Students may be referred to community providers for ongoing psychotherapy, and the copay under this plan is $25 for outpatient mental health visits. Students will also have no copay for mental health visits under Medicaid plans (Behavioral Healthcare Inc. and Access Behavioral Care). For other plans, please contact your insurance carrier to determine your copay and deductible. 6
The AMC Student Mental Health Service is located on Level 2 of Building 500; please click here for a map and parking information. For the initial consultation, you will given directions to the office of the Student Mental Health provider with whom you will be meeting.
Students may be seen on campus for medication management visits and brief psychotherapy. Students may be referred to community providers for ongoing, long-term psychotherapy needs. Students may also be referred to community providers in order to better meet a student’s needs (e.g. if a community provider has a specific area of expertise). 5
No, unless you choose to sign a release of information allowing them to do so.2
No, Student Mental Health notes are protected and can only be accessed by mental health faculty who have been approved by the UPI privacy officer.3