Mental Health Services
OFFICE HOURS: Monday – Thursday: 8:00am to 5:00pm • Friday: 8:00am to 3:00pm
AFTER-HOURS CRISIS SUPPORT & VICTIM ASSISTANCE: 303-615-9911
Mental Health Services
The Health Center at Auraria’s Mental Health Services are available to all Auraria constituents. Services are provided by staff medical providers, which include both general medicine clinicians and specialists in psychiatry. Each of these providers is licensed to prescribe medications when clinically indicated.
Consider taking a Free Online Assessment prior to making an appointment. There is no need to register, and you can print out the result if you’d like. These assessment tools are not meant to be diagnostic, but to help inform discussion with your medical and/or mental health provider.
Below is a summary of Mental Health Services:
- Addiction Resources
- Assessment for the need of psychotropic medications
- Biopsychosocial assessments
- Case management, resourcing and advocacy
- Crisis intervention
- Diagnostic evaluations
- Medication management (Ongoing monitoring of both physical and emotional functioning when medication is prescribed)
- Outreach Programs
- Referrals to higher level of care, if clinically or medically necessary
Health Insurance Coverage
For all MSU Denver Students and CU Denver International Students on the Student Health Insurance Plan, there are no fees associated with Mental Health Services.
Call for additional information or to schedule an appointment.
CCD Counseling Center
Appointments for CCD Students.
Tivoli 245 | 303-352-3205
MSU Denver Counseling Center
Appointments for MSU Denver Students.
Tivoli 651 | 303-615-9988
CU Denver Counseling Center
Appointments for CU Denver Students.
Tivoli 454 | 303-315-7270
24/7 Mental Health and Victim Assistance Crisis Line
Available for all students, faculty and staff on campus.
303-615-9911 or text TALK to 38255
Colorado Wellness Recovery
This resource page provides Colorado-specific resources for both mental health and substance use recovery.
Free Guided Meditations
Numerous guided meditations in both English and Spanish as well as access to the UCLA Mindful app.
National Institute of Mental Health
Educational information on common diagnoses, treatments and medication, as well as population-specific resources.
National Association of Mental Illness College Guide
A helpful guide for college students and families on having a conversation around mental health, treatment options, privacy rights, offering support and reducing stigma.
Transitioning your mental healthcare
A guide created by the JED Foundation that provides information specifically to individuals looking to transition their mental health or medical care to a new provider.
A resource for college students to explore various mental health conditions, how to communicate with a friend for whom they are concerned, and connect with various wellness resources.
Mental Health Apps
Ideal for meditation and mindfulness, addressing areas such as sleep, stress, and anxiety.
Ideal for stress reduction and to help with quality sleep.
One of the largest libraries of free meditations and mindfulness exercises.
Made for the military community, this app provides educational information on substance abuse, depression, anger, life stress, sleep, and work adjustment.
Offers a range of strategies, as well as mood tracking, designed to help with stress, anxiety and depression.
Stop, Breathe, and Think
Offers a variety of activities to help with mindfulness as well tracking individual mood/symptom progress.
This app uses a gaming model to encourage positive behavior change.
This app provides options for inspiration, relaxation, distractions and coping tools.