Welcome to Curry Health Center Counseling Services. We provide a confidential and inclusive environment to address the personal, behavioral and mental health needs of all UM and Missoula College students. We specialize in addressing the concerns and goals of our diverse community. Every student has to navigate a wide variety of stressors and challenges during their college career. 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 graduate students, offer individual and group therapy in addition to urgent counseling.
Your initial consultation is at no cost and subsequent individual sessions are $20 (up to a total of 12 sessions in an academic year). There is no cost to Group Therapy and if you have the Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP), this insurance covers the $20 fee.
For the summer session, all summer semester enrolled students who have paid the health fee are eligible for Counseling Services. SHIP coverage applies in the summer (good until July 31)and any student without SHIP will be charged $20 per session after a ‘first session’ is conducted.
Students who are not enrolled for summer courses but who were enrolled for the Spring Semester, are still eligible for Counseling Services in the summer. Charges for services in this situation are $45 per session. After the summer semester is over, non-enrolled students are no longer eligible for services.
Making an appointment is easy and we prioritize getting students in as quickly as possible.
when scheduling an Initial Consultation online or follow up appointment over the phone, please indicate which type of appointment you would like.
If Zoom is used, Counseling Services uses an encrypted and HIPAA compliant version of Zoom.
You can schedule your initial consultation appointment through the Student Health Portal, or you can call counseling services at 406-243-4712 to set up an appointment or to speak with staff about our services. Once you have made an appointment, your counselor will contact you regarding your appointment through the Student Health Portal.
Diversity and Inclusion
Counseling Services supports the University's efforts towards campus unity and inclusion. We embrace the inherent value of diversity and endeavor to promote a safe environment that respects and upholds the dignity and civil rights of all persons. We acknowledge the injustice and profound impact of discrimination and marginalization of individuals and groups. We strive to promote students' ongoing academic, personal and multicultural growth and welcome dialogue of varying perspectives.
Counseling Services acknowledges the colonization of the indigenous land and its people in Montana and that the University of Montana resides on the original homelands of the Selis (Salish), Ksanka (Kootenai), and Qlispe (Kalispel) tribes. We also recognize the relationship the Amskapi Pikuni (Blackfeet), Nimiipuu (Nez Perce), Shoshone, Bannock, and Schitsu'umsh (Coeur D’Alene) had and have with this land. We give thanks to these ancestral grounds and honor the rights and wisdom of indigenous peoples past, present, and future. Our actions are aimed at respecting tribal sovereignty, empowering Indigenous scholars, and creating safe environments for all students to live, work, learn, and grow together in equitable and positive ways.
Call 406-243-4712 to connect directly with the scheduling front desk. You may also schedule an Initial Counseling Appointment on-line through the Student Health Portal.
Wondering about your Mental Health?
Free online screenings for depression, anxiety, eating concerns, alcohol abuse, and more. Wondering whether or not to come in? Try the free, online screening.
Thriving Campus is a referral app to link students to counselors throughout Montana that have current availability.
For a complete list of hours, check our contact/hours page.
Curry Health Center West Entrance, Downstairs and to the Left
After Hours Emergency Contact
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and seeking immediate help, call 911,
go to the nearest hospital emergency room or call UMPD Campus Safety at 406-243-4000
- 24/7 Montana's Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Crisis Lifeline, call 988
- National Crisis Text line, text "HOME to 741741
- LGBTQIA2S+ Students, text "START" to 678678
- STUDENTS OF COLOR, text "STEVE" to 741741
- The Strong Hearts Native Helpline: (844) 762-8483
PLEASE NOTE: We are not Medicaid, Medicare, or TRICARE providers. They will not pay for any services received at Curry Health Center