We Are Here to Help

We recognize that overall physical and mental health are vital to student success. The University of Missouri is committed to supporting student health and well-being through a collaborative approach to well-being that includes the Counseling Center, Student Health Center and Wellness Resource Center. We strive to assist students by prioritizing health and well-being services and resources to support you in successfully meeting academic and life goals.


Parker Hall

Counseling Center

  • Group and individual therapy
  • 24-hour crisis and consultation support
  • Training and support for the campus community

Appointments
Tel. 573-882-6601 (call 24/7)
Open 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Monday–Friday
119 Parker Hall


University Physicians BuildingStudent Health Center

  • Acute illnesses and injuries
  • Ongoing and chronic medical and mental health conditions
  • Minor procedures including skin biopsies, lesion removal, toe nail removal and laceration repair
  • Allergy desensitization injections
  • Chronic medication injections and intravenous infusions
  • Health maintenance and preventive services
  • Systematic screening for depression, anxiety, alcohol and substance use
  • Sexual health services
  • Preparation for travel abroad
  • Referral to specialists when appropriate

Appointments
Tel. 573-882-7481
Open 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Monday–Tuesday, Thursday–Friday; 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Wednesday
1020 Hitt St.

 


Wellness Resource CenterWellness Resource Center

  • Resources, information and education for student wellness
  • Involvement opportunities for students interested in health and well-being
  • Student-centered prevention of risky behaviors

Contact us
Tel. 573-882-4634
Open 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Monday–Friday
G202 MU Student Center


Where to Find Us

Upcoming Events

Recovery Corner

Student Health & Well-being

Recovery Corner

Online

A virtual, state-wide recovery group open to anyone interested in connecting with other students in recovery, learning about recovery, and sharing their personal experiences with recovery. This group is not a formal support/therapy group, nor is it associated with AA/NA or any other affiliates.  Learn more at https://www.mopip.org/MACRO/corner.html

View more upcoming events on Engage.