Curry Health Center Counseling

 

 

Group portrait of the Curry Health Center Counseling staff on the UM Oval.

Curry Health Center Counseling Services provides a confidential and inclusive environment to address the personal, behavioral and mental health needs of all UM students. We specialize in addressing the concerns and goals of our diverse UM community. Every student has to navigate a wide variety of stressors and challenges during their college career and we’re here to offer support as well as assist in getting connected to resources on and off campus. Our licensed counselors, social workers and psychologists, as well as advanced graduate students, offer individual and group therapy in addition to urgent counseling. Your initial consultation is no cost and subsequent individual sessions are $25; group therapy is at no cost.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, counseling services will be conducted via Zoom. CHC uses an encrypted and HIPAA compliant version of Zoom. Students who are unable to arrange a private location for their counseling, or have technical challenges, are welcome to use one of our offices.

We are not Medicaid, Medicare or TRICARE providers. They will not pay for any services received at Curry Health Center.

Please check out our website and don’t hesitate to call.

Free, online screenings for depression, anxiety, eating concerns, alcohol abuse, and more. Wondering whether or not to come in? Try the free, online screening.

 


Services

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Counseling
Behavioral Health Options
FAQ
Seminars
Crisis
Medications
Concern for a Student

Hours

For a complete list of hours, check our contact/hours page.

Location

West Entrance, Downstairs and to the Left
Room 076

Contact

Call to make an appointment: 406-243-4712. You may also schedule an Initial Counseling Appointment on-line through the Student Health Portal. If you are unable to call or schedule on-line please contact mary.rust@mso.umt.edu or karissa.campbell@mso.umt.edu 

For crisis, after-hours care call the National Suicide Lifeline:
1-800-273-8255, contact the Crisis Text line: text MT to 741-741, or contact the Emergency Room at St. Patrick Hospital or Community Medical Center.