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MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

In addition to the on-campus resources, RVU encourages students to reach out to community resources. Below is the list of community agencies that provide mental health counseling services.

  • StudentLinc
    24-Hour Hotline service to help students resolve personal issues that may impact academic performance and cause personal distress. Students can speak with a licensed counselor and they will provide initial support and assessment. Call (888) 893-5462.

  • Turning Leaf
    As a state licensed corporation, TurningLeaf Wellness Center offers wellness services ranging from Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment to Seminars and Personal Coaching, to Mind and Body Wellness programs. Depending on the concern, you will be referred to one of their licensed therapists. For additional information, visit their website or call (435) 652-1202.

  • Intermountain Psychiatry & Counseling
    Specialty clinic providing care for psychiatric and behavioral health need, including depression, anxiety, adult and pediatric ADHD, eating disorders, autism and Asperger’s, bipolar disorder, and more. All available treatment options are discussed such as medications, healthy thinking and lifestyle changes, psychotherapy, and alternative remedies. For additional information, visit their website or call (435) 688-4850.

  • Doctors Volunteer Clinic
    Free medical and mental health services offered to the local community. For additional information, visit their website or call (435) 656-0022.

  • Psychology Today
    Find a licensed therapist or psychiatrist in your area and learn about them before scheduling an appointment! To locate a provider in the local area, visit their website.

  • Dove Center
    Supporting individuals of domestic violence and sexual assault through education and resources to increase safety and promote healing from trauma. Provides confidentiality and shelter, outreach services, and 24- hour helpline. For additional information, visit their website or call (435) 628-0458.

  • 24-Hour Rape Crisis Hotline
    (888) 421-1100

  • Utah Suicide Hotline
    (801) 625-3700

 

RESOURCES

The RVU Counseling Center provides counseling to students and their immediate family members free of charge. Referrals to off-campus providers are made as needed, to providers that accept the student’s insurance.

There are many resources available to assist students in navigating the process of managing stressors and building the life of a physician.

In addition to the on-campus resources, RVU encourages students to reach out to community resources.

CONTACT THE OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS

SOUTHERN UTAH CAMPUS
255 E. Center Street

Ivins, UT 84738
(435) 222-1241

For faster response, please direct inquiries to the campus email:
utstudentaffairs@rvu.edu