You're Never Alone—We're Here to Help
We're here to listen and support CU Denver students and community members who’ve been impacted by social injustice.
Processing Racial Trauma: July 8, for African-American, Black, and African-identified people.
Unpacking Whiteness: July 9, for White-identified people.
Counseling Sessions: Providing a supportive space and coping skills.
Injustice Statement: We condemn without equivocation, acts of racial bigotry and violence, and the harm this does to those targeted.
The CU Denver Student and Community Counseling Center will temporarily close its physical location, but will be providing remote, online counseling services, effective Monday, March 16th, due to the developments related to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). This is following the protocol of the University of Colorado system as well as the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC’s) recommendations for exposure. The health and safety of our students, faculty and staff is our highest priority as we coordinate our planning and response.
We will be offering the following services via telehealth/online video calls:
In order to access these telehealth services, you will need to do the following:
The CU Denver Student and Community Counseling Center virtual hours will be Monday - Thursday 9am-7pm (later evening hours available by appointment only) and Fridays 9am-5pm during this time. Please call our main phone line at 303-315-7270 for any questions or additional information.
The CU Denver Student and Community Counseling Center provides mental health and therapy services for both students and community members. Services are available at no additional cost for CU Denver fee-paying students.
If you're a community member or Denver Public Schools (DPS) student or family member, our pricing and services are a bit different.
CU Denver has a partnership with the JED Foundation to help educate young adults and teens in an effort to prevent mental illness. JED offers a variety of online resources which are available to both CU Denver students and community members.
Students can receive in-person assistance with their crisis at our center Monday - Thursday from 10am - 4pm, or Fridays from 11am - 2pm. You will be given priority and one of our staff members will meet with you as soon as possible.
Trying to reach us while we're closed? Please provide us with your name and phone number and we'll call you back as soon as we can.
We want you to feel comfortable talking to someone about your mental health. Whether it's one-on-one counseling or chatting in one of our group settings, let us find the best services for you.
We're stronger together. Through trainings, screenings, conversations, and other programs, we can become more connected to help each other through our toughest times. You are not alone.
It's our job to help educate, remove stigma, and improve conversations around mental health on our campus. We have several outreach programs available by request for our campus community.
Here at the CU Denver Counseling Center, our staff includes psychologists, psychotherapists, and graduate-level practicum students. We're well-trained and ready to help. Find out a little about us!