Center for Counseling and Well-Being
With an approach of total wellness, The University of Central Oklahoma’s Center for Counseling and Well-Being works with students on enhancing their emotional health and abilities in managing all the stressors of college and the school-work-life balance. The Center for Counseling and Well-Being is a program of the Wellness Center and is a place where students can learn to deal more effectively with personal concerns or situations, such as coping with friendships, divorce or a break-up, anxiety, depression, academic difficulties, career change, identity, support for LGBTQ, grief, stress, and adjustment to college life.
To schedule an appointment or to obtain more information, please call 405-974-2215, visit our office in the Nigh University Center, Room 402, or visit our website.
Students needing assistance after hours for emergencies or needs of support may Call SAM (Students Assistance by Mercy), a 24/7, toll-free helpline service for issues like substance abuse, mental or emotional well-being and family crises, and is managed by behavioral health providers and medical providers trained in mental health issues. The toll-free helpline service can be reached by calling 855-225-2SAM (2627). Students may also call 211 for support, resource, and referral information. In addition to Call SAM or 211, students may call the Suicide Prevention Hotline, 800-273-TALK (8255).