CAPS provides rapid access to brief individual, group and couples therapy for UM students. CAPS also serves the needs of students in crisis and facilitates off-campus referrals when necessary. Psychiatric visits by appointment.
The Student Advocacy Resource Center (SARC) is a program of the Curry Health Center for survivors of recent and past sexual and/or relationship violence. SARC provides free and confidential support, information and referrals for survivors and their friends and family. An advocate can be reached on the 24 hour help line, (406) 243-6559, or in the office, in the Curry Health Center, Monday-Friday 10AM-5PM. SARC also uses peer education programs, events and social marketing campaigns to raise awareness about interpersonal violence and healthy relationships and sexuality.
Curry Health Center provides both primary health care services as well as urgent care services to The University of Montana student population. We are open 24/7 when school is in session during the academic year. An appointment can be scheduled for primary care and we are also available on a walk-in basic for urgent care visits for illness or injury.
Provides education and awareness of women's issues and referrals for domestic violence, gay and lesbian issues, psychological support, eating disorders and reproductive health.
Blue Mountain Clinic offers health care that begins with listening, provides information and options and respects individual choices.
Working to prevent the transmission of HIV while advocating for and supporting individuals living with HIV/AIDS in Montana.
Planned Parenthood believes in the fundamental right of each individual, throughout the world, to manage his or her fertility, regardless of the individual's income, marital status, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, national origin, or residence.