Health and Well-Being Resource Directory

Explore the various topics listed below to find on-campus, off-campus, and online resources that may be beneficial to your specific needs.

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While some of the resources on this page may be applicable to faculty and staff,
we have put together a list specifically for employees.

 

ON CAMPUS:

Absence Notification

If you will be absent for three or more consecutive days, and the absence is due to illness or another emergency, you may choose to contact Care Management to get assistance with managing courses and coursework.

Website | 573-341-4209 | cm@mst.edu | 107 Norwood Hall

 

Student Disability Services

The mission of Student Disability Services is to assist in creating an inclusive and accessible university community where students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of the educational environment.

Website | 573-341-4172 | dss@mst.edu G-10 Norwood Hall

 

Success Coaching

The Student Success Center offers Success Coaching, where trained peers can help you create a game plan for the remainder of the semester and provide tips and strategies on topics such as time management, note taking, study skills, organization, and more.

Website | 573-341-7590 | success@mst.edu | 198 Toomey Hall

 

Test Anxiety

Identify the root causes of test anxiety, gain practical skills in stress management, learn how to re-write your negative thinking and find new ways to balance school work and life, in this 3-part workshop.

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu 204 Norwood Hall

 

Tutoring

The Student Success Center offers individualized tutoring for a variety of classes.

Website | 573-341-7590 | success@mst.edu 198 Toomey Hall

 

The Learning Enhancement Across Disciplines (LEAD) Program provides learning forums to students who wish to increase their understanding, improve their skills, and validate their mastery of concepts and content in a wide variety of foundational courses to achieve their full potential.

Website | 573-341-7276 | lead@mst.edu 105 Norwood Hall

 

Writing Support

The Writing Center can help you with any and all writing, including essays, resumes, research papers, personal statements, proposals, lab reports, abstracts, presentations, creative writing, and much more! 

Website | 573-341-4436 | writing@mst.edu 113 Campus Support Facility

ON CAMPUS:

21st Birthday Project

Are you turning 21 soon? Schedule an appointment with Student Well-Being for a 15-minute informational session on safer drinking, and get a free personalized birthday gift!

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

Alcohol Jeopardy

This interactive training includes general alcohol information relevant to university students in a "game show" style format.

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

Alcohol Risk Management for Greek Life

Learn the strategies to minimize alcohol-related risks, especially with regard to Greek Life.

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students)

The goal of BASICS at Missouri S&T is to motivate students to reduce risky behaviors associated with alcohol consumption.  BASICS will provide you with a structured opportunity to assess your own risk, identify potential changes that could work for you, and help you to reduce your risk for developing future problems. BASICS is not an abstinence-only program. 

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

CASICS (Cannabis Screening and Intervention for College Students)

The goal of CASICS at Missouri S&T is to motivate students to reduce risky behaviors associated with marijuana use.  CASICS will provide you with a structured opportunity to assess your own risk, identify potential changes that could work for you, and help you to reduce your risk for developing future problems. 

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

General Wellness Consultation

Have concerns about sleep? Want to quit vaping? Some topics that can be covered in a general wellness consultation are sexual health, alcohol and other drug use, healthy eating, physical activity, and more. Meet with a health educator today.

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

Miners For Recovery

Explore your behaviors, reflect on ideas for change, avoid negative consequences related to drugs and alcohol, and experience the support of a safe group. This group is not an abstinence-only group.

 | 573-341-4211 | davidsonlg@mst.edu 204 Norwood Hall

 

Nicotine Cessation

Thinking about quitting or lessening your use? Our program includes free nicotine replacement therapy, coaching, goal assessment, a personalized quit/reduction plan, and support. Meet with a quit coach today for a one-on-one consultation.

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

STEP UP! for Safer Drinking

Learn to (1) recognize risky behaviors associated with alcohol consumption, (2) identify protective strategies for self and others, (3) correct misperceptions regarding student alcohol consumption, (4) respond to situations confidently, early, and effectively, and (5) promote the use of campus and community resources.

 Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

Student Health Services

Student Health Services delivers healthcare to Missouri S&T students in order to enhance personal and professional achievement. 

573-341-4284 | mstshs@mst.edu | 910 W. 10th Street

 

Substance Use Intervention Program

The goal of the Substance Use Intervention Program (SUIP) at Missouri S&T is to motivate students to reduce risky behaviors associated with substance use of any kind. SUIP will provide you with a structured opportunity to assess your own risk, identify potential changes that could work for you, and help you reduce your risk for developing future problems.

573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

OFF CAMPUS:

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Find and attend AA meetings in Rolla and surrounding areas.

Website | 573-364-5154 | aadistrict9mo@gmail.com 300 N. Rolla Street, Rolla MO, 65401

 

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Find and attend NA meetings in Rolla and surrounding areas.

South Central Missouri NA | Nationwide NA | 1-800-945-HOPE  | P.O. Box 186, Lebanon MO, 65536

 

Prevention Consultants of Missouri

Prevention Consultants of Missouri is a Missouri Division of Behavioral Health Prevention Resource Center serving many counties in this area, focusing on substance use and use prevention. They offer educational programs and classes, trainings, mentoring programs, and resources.

Website | 573-368-4755 | 300 N. Rolla Street, Rolla MO, 65401

 

Southeast Missouri Behavioral Health (SEMO-BH)

SEMO-BH is a center with highly trained and skilled professionals dedicated to individualized treatment of your personal and family needs. They are a leader in regional chemical dependency education and outreach. They offer a variety of services, such as medication assisted treatment, community based outpatient counseling services, telemedicine, a prevention library of resources, and much more. SEMO-BH is federally funded and offers services through a sliding-fee discount program (used to determine financial assistance for services based on income, family size, etc.), as well as accepts most forms of insurance.

Website | 573-364-8511 | admissions@semobh.org | 1051 Kingshighway Suite 5, Rolla MO, 65401

 

ONLINE:

Alcohol Skills Training Program

The Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP) is a risk reduction program for college students. 

Website | pip@missouri.edu

 

College Behavior Profile

The College Behavior Profile (CBP) is a quick and confidential way to get personalized feedback on your alcohol and marijuana/cannabis use. The CBP is provided by Missouri Partners in Prevention and was created with input from and designed by college students. 

Website

 

MACRO Collegiate Recovery Ally Training

This training was  designed to help faculty, staff, and students support individuals in recovery from substance use disorders. The training covers: (1) substance use disorders and recovery, (2) myths and stigmas about substance use disorders, (3) using person first, recovery friendly language, and (4) how to support someone seeking, or already in, recovery. The training takes about 30 minutes to complete, and is intended to be completed in one session.

Website

 

MoSafeRx Training

This training can help you to recognize the signs of prescription drug misuse and learn how to provide resources to someone who needs them.

Website

 

Party Safe Training

This training will increase your skills and knowledge in planning and hosting a successful, fun, and safe event of any kind.

Website

 

ScreenU

ScreenU is designed to give you anonymous, non-judgemental feedback encouraging you to think about your choices that may be putting you at risk for harmful consequences. There are assessments for alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drug use.

Alcohol | Marijuana | Rx    

 

State of Missouri Alcohol Responsibility Training (SMART)

The SMART program is an interactive, web-based course available to those who own or work for any Missouri establishment licensed to sell alcohol.

Website

 

Substance Use Assessment

If you are considering quitting using nicotine/tobacco and/or cannabis/marijuana, his website can help you assess your use, learn about benefits you can expect from quitting, and find resources to help you quit.

Website

ON CAMPUS:

Fraternity and Sorority Life

S&T Fraternity and Sorority Life is dedicated to creating unique opportunities for personal and professional growth by forging new, meaningful relationships, fostering an inclusive environment, and encouraging deeper engagement with the campus and local communities.

Website | 573-341-6771 | involvement@mst.edu | 218 Havener Center

 

Peer Involvement Advisors

PIA's are student leaders who help students get involved and connected in a one-on-one setting to find the organization(s) that is the best fit for them.

Website | 573-341-6771 | involvement@mst.edu | 218 Havener Center

 

Volunteerism and Civic Engagement

Student Involvement offers various opportunities to get involved and volunteer in Phelps County, in Misouri, and throughout the US and abroad. They offer programs from 4 hours of volunteering to an immersive alternative break program.

Website | 573-341-6771 | involvement@mst.edu | 218 Havener Center

 

 

ONLINE:

Student Clubs and Organizations

Browse this full listing of more than 200 university recognized clubs and organizations on Engage, and get involved today.

Website | 573-341-6771 | involvement@mst.edu | 218 Havener Center

ON CAMPUS:

Career Fair

Career Opportunities and Employer Relations hosts the Career Fair, where, on average, 300 companies attend the event to network with 2,500 students and alumni seeking full-time employment, co-ops and internships. Career fairs are held during the fall and spring semesters at Missouri S&T, but employers visit the campus year-round for interviews.

Website | 573-341-4343 | career@mst.edu | 3rd Floor Norwood Hall

 

Interview and Job Preparation

Career Opportunities and Employer Relations can help you prepare for future interviews and careers with tips on how to dress, interview etiquette, creating a resume, and more.

Website | 573-341-4343 | career@mst.edu | 3rd Floor Norwood Hall

 

Professional Dress Clothes Closet

Housed in the COER office, the Career Closet provides students with professional attire to wear for job interviews, employer networking events and the Missouri S&T Career Fairs.

Website | 573-341-4343 | career@mst.edu | 3rd Floor Norwood Hall

 

 

ONLINE:

Bureau of Labor Statistics- Occupational Outlook Handbook

The Occupational Outlook Handbook allows you to search highest paying and/or fastest growing occupations, as well as occupations with the projected most new jobs. This allows students to better prepare their course of study with different career outlooks. 

Website

 

Career Exploration

Presentation from Freshman Engineering. 

Watch Here 

 

Career One Stop

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, Career One Stop allows you to explore careers, find training, find local help, and job search.  

Website

 

Career Zone

This website allows you to select your top three interests and work values when looking for careers, and shows you occupations best suited for your selections.

Website

 

Holland Codes

The Holland Codes, or The Holland Occupational Themes, refers to a theory of career and vocational choice based on your personality type.

Learn More | Take Quiz  | Holland Codes Career Interest Game  

 

Miner Network

The Miner Network program is a robust platform that allows S&T alums, faculty, staff and students to all connect virtually around almost any topic of interest. From early career advice, to graduate school insight, to job-search assistance, S&T(UMR/MSM) Miners can now leverage their common bonds to build and strengthen their professional and personal networks. 

Website 

 

Myers Briggs

The purpose of the Myers-Briggs personality test and inventory is to help individuals discover their true personality. There are 16 personality types that an individual can fall into, with  information over each type's strengths and weaknesses, career paths, workplace habits, and much more.

Take Test

 

O*NET

The O*NET Program is a great source of occupational information. It contains a database of hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors on almost 1000 occupations covering the entire U.S. economy. The database is free to access and is continually updated from input by a broad range of workers in each occupation.

Website

 

TryEngineering

Created by IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers), TryEngineering allows students to explore engineering fields, find resources for STEM outreach and volunteering, and learn from experts. 

Website

ON CAMPUS:

Absence Notification

If you will be absent for three or more consecutive days, and the absence is due to illness or another emergency, you may choose to contact Student Support and Community Standards.

Website | 573-341-4209 | cm@mst.edu | 107 Norwood Hall

 

Accessible Entryway Map

Use this map to find the accessible entryways on campus.

Website | 573-341-6655 | dss@mst.edu | G-10 Norwood Hall

 

Accommodations

Student Accessibility and Testing works with students to provide reasonable and appropriate accommodations dependent upon each individual situation. Most students seek and receive ongoing accommodations, however, some students are eligible for temporary accommodations (such as for illness, injuries, etc). Some common accommodations and implementation examples are extended time for exams and quizzes, reduced distraction environments, alternative textbook formats, note-taking assistance, captioning, and housing and dietary accommodations. Some reasons for needing accommodations are ADHD, anxiety, physical disabilities, vision or hearing impairments, and many more.

Website | 573-341-6655 | dss@mst.edu | G-10 Norwood Hall

 

ADA Mandated Rights and Responsibilities

Colleges and universities have an obligation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to provide qualified students with access to programs and services. Institutions also have an obligation to provide reasonable and appropriate accommodations, under the law. Learn about the rights and responsibilities of faculty, students, and Student Accessibility.

Website | 573-341-6655 | dss@mst.edu | G-10 Norwood Hall

 

ADHD Support Group

Meet with others and learn how to cope with the diagnosis/symptoms of ADHD (including inattention to details, inability to follow through on tasks, losing things, and being easily distracted), while seeking practical solutions.

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

Disability and Accessibility Services

The mission of Student Accessibility and Testing is to assist in creating an inclusive and accessible university community where students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of the educational environment.

Website | 573-341-6655 | dss@mst.edu G-10 Norwood Hall

 

OFF CAMPUS:

Assistive Technology Loans

Missouri Assistive Technology operates the Equipment Technology Consortium (ETC). ETC is a short-term assistive technology equipment loan program available to all Missourians. Through this program, individuals and/or their support teams can try out and compare assistive technology devices before purchasing them. The program includes a wide range of equipment including Aids for Daily Living, Augmentative and Alternative Communication Devices, Computer Access Devices, Educational Aids, Hearing, and Speech Supports, Mounting Systems, Switches, iOS Tablets with apps, and Vision Devices. Equipment is loaned for a five-week loan period and will be shipped to the requester at no charge.

Website

 

Choices for People Center

Choices for People Center, Inc. provides year-round instructional programs and support services designed to aid individuals with disabilities in developing essential life skills. These skills promote inclusion, independence, self-sufficiency, and productivity; and aim to maximize the individual's quality of life in the least restrictive environment possible. Choices for People Center, Inc. makes referrals, assists in individual goal-oriented program planning, and acts as an advocate in the community through the removal of attitudinal, architectural, environmental, financial, employment-related, communicational, transportation, and other barriers.

Website | 573-364-7444 | TDD# 1-800-735-2966 | ceocpc@fidmail.com | 1815 Forum Drive, Rolla, MO, 65401

 

Library Services for the Blind and Print Disabled

The National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled (NLS), Library of Congress, administers a free national library program that provides braille and recorded materials to people who cannot see regular print or handle print materials. NLS selects books and magazines for full-length publication in braille, e-braille, and digital audio format. Reading materials are circulated through a network of libraries across the United States and its territories and to American citizens living abroad. The materials and free playback equipment needed to read audio books (called talking books) and magazines are circulated to patrons by libraries by postage-free mail. Digital audio and e-braille materials also are available through the NLS BARD (Braille and Audio Reading Download) service and the BARD Mobile app for iOS and Android devices.

Website

 

Missouri Division of Developmental Disabilities

The Missouri Division of Developmental Disabilities is committed to improving the quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Offering support across the lifespan, the Division implements a statewide system of supportive services that focus on assuring health and safety, supporting access to community participation, and increasing opportunities for meaningful employment. Contact the Rolla office to learn more.

Website | 573-368-2200 105 Fairgrounds Road, Rolla, MO, 65401

 

Vocational Rehabilitation

If you want to work but have a disability that keeps you from finding, keeping or advancing in a job, Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) may be able to help you. VR specializes in employment and training services that can assist you in becoming employed. Some services may include guidance and counseling, job seeking skills development, job placement, vocational training, and transition services.  

Website Office Locations 573-751-3251 

 

ONLINE:

National Center for College Students with Disabilities

Federally-funded national center in the U.S. for college and graduate students with any type of disability, chronic health condition, or mental or emotional illness. Using their website you can find publications, national and local organizations, trainings, research, and more.

Website 

ON CAMPUS:

Counseling Services- Student Well-Being

Student Well-Being offers brief, solution-based treatment to Missouri S&T students.

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

Nutrition Consultations

A nutrition consultation is a one-on-one meeting with a nutritionist to gain a better understanding of one's eating habits. Participants will leave with a personalized nutrition plan that includes information on what and how much to eat within a specific calorie allowance. Each person will also be given examples of sample meal plans to use at home and other tips and tools that will contribute to a healthier relationship with food.

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

Nutrition Presentation

Find out how you can plan easy, well-balanced meals that are delicious and nutritious to make. Discover tips and techniques for meal planning, grocery shopping, label reading, and eating healthy on a budget.

Website | 573-341-4211 | wellbeing@mst.edu | 204 Norwood Hall

 

OFF CAMPUS:

Phelps Health Behavioral Health Program

Phelps Health’s Behavioral Health program is committed to caring for people with emotional, psychiatric, psychological or behavioral concerns. Phelps Health is committed to providing the psychiatric services needed for the south-central Missouri area, including inpatient hospitalization and outpatient services.

 Website

 

Treatment Centers

The Missouri Eating Disorder Association (MOEDA) provides a list of treatment centers in the state of Missouri that can assist with eating disorders, based on location and provider type.

 Website

 

ONLINE:

Body U

Body U is an initiative funded by the Missouri Eating Disorders Council and coordinated out of the Center for Healthy Weight and Wellness. Body U is currently offered to all adults in Missouri and gives Missourians an evidence-based program, based on 25+ years of research conducted at Stanford University and Washington University in St. Louis. The program offers eating disorders, depression, and anxiety screening and then directs to tailored online interventions aimed at promoting healthy behaviors and addressing these issues.

 Website

 

Cultivating Body Neutrality- Baylor University

"Cultivating Body Neutrality", created by Baylor University, discusses the importance of body neutrality and glossary definitions of body image and concepts. This resource breaks down diet culture and how social media has a negative effect on healthy body image in adolescents and young adults. It also includes healthy tips for building and reshaping a healthy body image for adolescents and young adults.

 Website

 

Recovery Record: Eating Disorder Management App

This app is designed to be a smart companion for managing your recovery from a variety of eating disorders. Keep a record of meals, thoughts, and feelings; customize meal plans, coping tactics, and recovery goals; and link to your treatment team when you need in-the-moment feedback and support.

 Website

 

Rise Up + Recover App

If you struggle with food, dieting, exercise, and body image, Rise Up + Recover offers an empowering range of tools to help you find success. The app is based on self-monitoring homework, a key aspect of cognitive behavioral therapy. Log your meals, emotions, and behaviors, set custom reminders to keep you inspired and moving forward, and export PDF summaries of your meal log and check-ins to share with your treatment team.

 Website

 

National Eating Disorders Association

The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) is the largest nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting individuals and families affected by eating disorders. NEDA supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and serves as a catalyst for prevention, cures and access to quality care. Their website features a helpline, screening tools, resources, treatment and support, and much more.

Helpline

 

ON CAMPUS:

Closets are for Clothes

Stocked with quality clothing, the closet provides free clothing exchange for trans and gender transitioning students, allowing them access to gently used or new gender-affirming clothing, shoes, and accessories. The purpose of this service is to alleviate the often heavy financial burden of transitioning or coming out. While the transgender, non-binary, and gender nonconforming community are given priority access to this resource, all S&T students who have a need for this service may use the closet.

Website | 573-341-7286 | sdi@mst.edu 605 W. 11th Street

 

Commuter's Commodoities

Commuter's Commodities is a food and supply pantry to help alleviate the financial burden of obtaining good quality food, small household goods, cleaning supplies, and hygiene products.

Website | 573-341-7286 | sdi@mst.edu 605 W. 11th Street

 

Financial Assistance

The Student Financial Assistance office helps students manage their financial aid, FAFSA, cost estimates, billing, forms, and many other resources related to finances.

Website | 573-341-4282 | sfa@mst.edu | G-1 Parker Hall

 

Money Management

Through the Miner Money Management financial literacy program, the Student Financial Assistance office encourages your financial wellness by providing resources and events that focus on important financial literacy skills and knowledge. On the website you can find financial basics, financial literacy games, and see upcoming events.

Website

 

Student Emergency Fund

The Student Emergency Fund (SEF) is made possible by the generosity of donors committed to helping students with critical, basic needs achieve their educational goals at Missouri S&T. The SEF is administered by the Division of Student Affairs to help ensure Missouri S&T students have access to the support and resources they need to successfully recover from an unforeseeable financial emergency. The goal of this fund is to prevent one small emergency or unexpected expense from derailing a student’s progress toward degree completion.

Website | 573-341-4292 | stuaff@mst.edu | 107 Norwood Hall

 

OFF CAMPUS:

Maries Vienna Resource Center Rolla

The Maries Vienna Resource Center Rolla is the local county Social Services Department that handles family support social services. These services include a variety of financial resources including: Medical Assistance, Low Income Energy Assistance, Food Stamps, and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). 

Website | 573-368-23401111 Kingshighway, Suite A Rolla, MO 65401

 

ONLINE:

Mint App

Mint is a popular app that can help you manage your finance. The app syncs to your bank accounts, credit cards, and retirement accounts to track your income, purchases, and savings. The Mint budgeting app comes with a daily budget planner, which suggests budget goals based on your spending. You can adjust your goals (and/or add new ones) as you use the app. You can use the app for free or purchase premium.

Website

 

Practical Money Skills

Created by Visa, Practical Money Skills offers interactive tools and educational resources to help individuals and communities build stronger financial futures. Some resources on the website are games you can play to learn about financial wellness and lessons on topics such as budgeting, saving, financial institutions, identity theft, debt, and more.

Website

 

 

ON CAMPUS:

Commuter's Commodoities

Commuter's Commodities is a food and supply pantry to help alleviate the financial burden of obtaining good quality food, small household goods, cleaning supplies, and hygiene products.

Website | 573-341-7286 | sdi@mst.edu 605 W. 11th Street

 

OFF CAMPUS:

GRACE

GRACE (Greater Rolla Area Charitable Enterprise) assists those in need of food or financial assistance to tide them over temporary difficulties. GRACE provides food distributions frequently in various locations in Rolla, with some locations requiring you bring your own containers and/or ID and proof of address and proof of need. Check online for upcoming food distribution sites.

Website | 573-368-5577 | 601 N. Elm Street

 

Phelps County Dream Center

Phelps County Dream Center (formerly Phelps County Faith Distribution) helps families and individuals with groceries and other necessities in Phelps County. Groceries are distributed from 10:00am to 12:00pm on the first Wednesday of the month and from 8:00am to 12:00pm on the third Saturday of the month. To receive groceries, you will need to financially qualify and fill out forms ahead of time. You can find the qualifications, required forms, and find a list of future distribution dates.

Website | 833-503-4906 12640 South U.S. Highway 63

 

The Rolla Mission

The Rolla Mission provides free meals, 7 days a week, at specific times (8:30am, 12:00pm, and 5:00pm). If you are unable to go at those set times, you can call ahead and they can set meals aside for you. The Rolla Mission also provides showers, a laundromat, wifi, case management services, and computer use, all for free with no judgment.

Website | 573-308-5474 | therollamission@gmail.com | 708 N. Main Street (entrance on 8th Street)

 

ONLINE:

Findhelp.org

Findhelp allows you to search for and connect to support within your community, such as financial assistance, food pantries, medical care, and other free or reduced-cost assistance. Simply go to the website, enter your zip code (65409 or 65401 can be used for Rolla), and find resources based on need (food, housing, goods, transit, etc).

Website

 

ON CAMPUS:

Student Health Insurance

S&T recommends that all students have health insurance coverage (it is required for Internation Students). The Aetna Student Health Insurance plan provides coverage anywhere (at school, home, traveling, or over the summer), an expansive nationwide network of doctors, hospitals, & specialists, access to travel and emergency assistance services, coverage for prescription drugs, and specialized mental health & substance misuse services.
NOTE: Students are NOT required to have health insurance to utilize health and well-being services on campus (i.e. visits to Student Health Services, counseling services from Student Well-Being, etc) - only certain specialty services at Student Health require insurance.

Website | Domestic Student Information | International Student Information | 877-375-7905

 

Student Health Services

Student Health Services is available for all students at Missouri S&T if you get sick or injured while on campus. They provide non-emergency medical treatment and serve as an urgent care. Services include allergy injections, STI testing, vaccinations, COVID-19 testing, well women's exams and women's health, travel consults, orthopedic clinic, and more.

Website  |  mstshs@mst.edu  |  573.341.4284  |  Student Health Complex, 910 W. 10th Street

 

OFF CAMPUS:

Compass Health Network

Compass Health Network is a nonprofit health care organization that provides a full continuum of behavioral health services as well as primary and dental health services throughout Missouri.

Website  |  844.853.8937  |  1450 E 10th Street P.O. Box 921 Rolla 65402

 

Four Rivers Community Health Center

Four Rivers Community Health Center provides access to high quality, compassionate, patient-centered healthcare to everyone regardless of financial, cultural or social barriers. Some services they provide are dental care, primary care, behavioral health, emergency dental services, pediatrics, oral surgery, and women's health services.

Website  |  573.425.4455  |  1081 East 18th Street, Rolla 65401

 

Mercy Convenient Care

Mercy Convenient Care offers urgent care services at their walk-in clinic. Patients are served on a first come, first serve basis. They see patients for colds, flus, poison ivy, rashes, sprains and numerous other conditions that occur suddenly, but are not serious enough for the emergency room.

Website  |  573.458.6350  |  1605 Martin Springs Drive, Suite 210, Rolla 65401

 

Phelps Health Hospital and Emergency Room

Phelps Health Hospital and Emergency Room are open 24/7 and is a collaboration of doctors and medical specialists. They provide a large variety of services and specialty care.

Website  |  573.458.8899  |  1000 West 10th Street, Rolla 65401

 

Phelps Health Immediate Care

Phelps Health Immediate Care offers urgent care services on a first-come first-serve basis. Some conditions treated are allergies, minor cuts and wounds, flu and sickness, sinus and ear infections, sprains and strains, and much more. Some services available are medical imaging, physicals, vaccinations and immunizations, and COVID-19 testing. 

Website  |  573.426.4411  |  603 South Bishop Avenue, Suite C, Rolla 65401

 

Rolla Family Clinic

Rolla Family Clinic offers quality primary care services to the Rolla area. Some services offered include basic checkups, lab screenings, wellness exams and preventative medicine, lab testing, specialist referrals, medication management, and more.

Website  |  573.426.5900  |  1060C South Bishop Ave, Rolla 65401

ON CAMPUS:

Graduate and International Student Support

Enjoy the support of other graduate and international students, while exploring how to effectively work with your advisor, manage time, take care of yourself, and thrive during the semester in this support group.

Website

 

The Office of Graduate Studies

The Office of Graduate Studies supports graduate students while they work toward their goal of earning a graduate degree(s). They work with prospective, new, and current graduate students with all aspects of a graduate student's time on campus, such as funding opportunities, finding an advisor, research and labs, housing information, graduate student orientations, and much more.

Website  |  grad@mst.edu  |  573.341.4141  |  216 Centennial Hall, 300 W 12th St., Rolla 65409

 

 

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Mental Well-Being Ambassador Training

This training is reserved for student leaders who want to become trained in mental well-being resources, intervention, and referrals for friends who may be struggling to cope well, are in distress, or are in crisis. Typically, only a few members of each organization will go through the training to become certified. This training is not for an entire organization.

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STEP UP! for Bystander Intervention

This is a behavioral and educational training that aims to raise awareness of helping behaviors, increase motivation to help, develop skills & confidence when responding to problems or concerns, and ensure the safety and well-being of self and others. 

 Website

 

STEP UP! for Diversity and Inclusion

This training is geared towards supporting campus diversity and inclusion and providing skills in recognizing our own bias and intervening on behalf of others when issues of stereotyping and prejudice arise. 

Website

 

STEP UP! for Diversity and Inclusion

This training is geared towards supporting campus diversity and inclusion and providing skills in recognizing our own bias and intervening on behalf of others when issues of stereotyping and prejudice arise.

Website

 

STEP UP! for Mental Well-Being

In this training you will learn the steps, strategies, barriers, techniques to help a friend in need, and can help you figure out how best to talk to someone who you may be concerned for.

 Website

 

STEP UP! for Safer Drinking

In this training you will learn how to recognize risky behaviors associated with alcohol consumption, identify protective strategies for self and others, correct misperceptions regarding student alcohol consumption, respond to situations confidently, early, and effectively, and promote the use of campus and community resources.

 Website

 

STEP UP! for Sexualized Violence Prevention

In this training you will learn how to recognize and respond to situations where someone may be at risk of being a victim of sexualized violence, how our campus is impacted, and how concepts of gender and consent influence perceptions.

 Website 

 

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LGBTQ+ Consultation 

Need a safe space to explore your identity? Want to talk to someone about your identity or ask questions about identity? This is a 1-on-1 private consultation to discuss all things LGBTQ+ - identity, labels, coming out, and more. Have a chat, learn about resources, and even check out LGBTQ+ material from our bookshelf.

Website  |  wellbeing@mst.edu  |  573.341.4211  |  204 Norwood Hall, 320 W 12th Street, Rolla 65401

 

LGBTQ+ Support Group

Experience the encouragement of others in the LGBTQ+ community and support each other on the journey through college and beyond. Possible group activities include navigating college issues, sharing local & nationwide supports, practicing healthy self-care habits, processing stress & practicing coping skills, role-playing difficult conversations, discussing healthy dating practices, and more.

Website  |  wellbeing@mst.edu  |  573.341.4211  |  204 Norwood Hall, 320 W 12th Street, Rolla 65401

 

LGBTQ+ Sex Talk 

This presentation includes general information about types of sexual relationships, sexual health, anatomy, and LGBTQ. 

Website  |  wellbeing@mst.edu  |  573.341.4211  |  204 Norwood Hall, 320 W 12th Street, Rolla 65401

 

Spectrum

Spectrum is an organization for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning students, staff, and faculty, along with all of our LGBT-supportive allies. We are based on the Missouri University of Science and Technology campus, but our meetings and activities are open to the public. All supportive individuals are welcome.

  |  mstspectrum@umsystem.edu

 

Student Diversity Initiatives

The mission of Student Diversity Initiatives (SDI) is to foster diversity and inclusion in the Missouri S&T community by providing a welcoming climate for all students. SDI aims to support underrepresented, LGBTQIA community and their allies, first generation, and low income students from all walks of life through programming, retention, and mentoring initiatives.

Website  |  sdi@mst.edu  |  573.341.7286  |  605 W 11th Street, Rolla 65409

 

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LGBTQ+ Rolla

LGBTQ+ Rolla has an overarching goal of improving the lives of individuals of all sexual orientations and gender identities in Rolla and Phelps County, Missouri. Our supporting goals are to provide education to the broader community regarding LGBTQ+ issues, to connect individuals with the resources they may need, and to provide a focal point for the LGBTQ+ community.

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All LGBT Jobs

This extensive network of job boards gives job-seekers free access to 430,619 jobs and benefits millions with 1,369,750 pages served over the last 30 days.

Website 

 

CenterLink

CenterLink's Job Board shows current job openings at LGBT community centers as well as at other organizations and institutions whose work is closely related to the needs and interests of LGBT communities.

Website 

 

LGBT Job Network

Job search and learn more about employers. 

 Website

 

Professional Diversity Network

Provides diverse communities with a trusted professional network, which pairs job seekers with employers who are serious about building a diverse workforce to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse customer base.

 Website

 

Trans Lifeline

The Trans Lifeline is a 24/7 peer support and crisis hotline whose operators are all transgender.

 877.565.8860

 

The Trevor Project

The Trevor Project is an organization focused on suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning youth. It offers resources and operates The Trevor Lifeline, a confidential service that offers trained counselors.

 Website

 

 

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Individual Counseling Services

Student Well-Being offers brief, always confidential, and solution-based treatment to Missouri S&T students. Your first appointment will begin with a brief online questionnaire, followed by a 20 minute screening with a counselor or psychologist. They will help assess the nature and urgency of your concern and determine the next appropriate step, such as scheduling a regular counseling session and/or a referral to other campus or community resources.

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JED Health and Well-Being Committee

JED Campus is a nationwide initiative of The Jed Foundation (JED) designed to guide schools through a collaborative process of comprehensive systems, programs, and policy development with customized support to build upon existing mental well-being, substance abuse, and suicide prevention efforts. JED Campus schools embark on a strategic partnership with JED that assesses and enhances existing work and helps to create positive, lasting, systemic change in the campus community. As part of the process, each school establishes an interdisciplinary, campus-wide team to assess, support, and implement improvements.

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Support Group Counseling Services

Student Well-Being offers group counseling as a confidential, safe space to gain awareness of yourself and others. The experience can reduce loneliness, normalize life events, promote change, and teach new relationship skills. Groups help us learn how to connect with our own feelings while in the presence of others.

Website

 

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Mental Health Counseling:

Compass Health

Website | 1-888-403-1071 | 1450 E. 10th Street, Rolla, MO 65401

 

Healing Hearts Counseling

(573) 426-2277 | 901 N Pine St #101, Rolla, MO 65401

 

Hope Connections Counseling

Website | (833) 338-4673 | 103 W 10th St, Rolla, MO 65401

 

Janet West, LPC (*self-pay only)

jdwestcounselin@gmail.com | (573)-368-1606 | 1205 Hauck Dr, Suite B, Rolla, MO, 65401

 

Your Community Health Center

Website | (573)-426-4455 | 1081 E 18th St, Rolla, MO 65401

 

Show Me Hope Missouri Helpline

Show Me Hope Helpline is a free, confidential, crisis counseling program designed to help individuals and the community cope with disasters. Some of the services offered are crisis counseling, resources, and referrals to local agencies for various types of assistance.

844-498-0408

 

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Anxiety- Clear Fear App

Clear Fear is an app developed for teens and young adults with anxiety that uses the evidence-based treatment CBT to focus on learning to reduce the physical responses to threat by learning to breathe, relax and be mindful as well as changing thoughts and behaviors and releasing emotionsYou can personalize the app if you so wish and you will be able to track your progress and notice change. Please note the app is an aid in treatment but does not replace it.

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BetterHelp

BetterHelp makes professional therapy accessible, affordable, and convenient — so anyone who struggles with life’s challenges can get help, anytime and anywhere. BetterHelp offers access to licensed, trained, experienced, and accredited psychologists (PhD / PsyD), marriage and family therapists (LMFT), clinical social workers (LCSW / LMSW), and board licensed professional counselors (LPC).

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Gaelle Chapon Wellness Coaching

Work with Gaelle, a certified Solution-focused Coach, with a mission is to support people in creating the life they really want, aligned with their values and with the balance they need. Wellness and well-being are key elements in her holistic approach. Work with Gaelle in Rolla or virtually.

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LiveHealth Online

LiveHealth Online allows you to see a licensed therapist or psychiatrist online from the comfort and privacy of your own space, and can help with a variety of concerns such as anxiety, life transitions, stress, relationship troubles, depression, grief, coping with illness, and panic attacks. Pricing for this service depends on insurance and services desired- learn more on their website.

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Living with Worry and Anxiety Amidst Global Uncertainity

Worry and anxiety are common problems at the best of times, and when it takes over it can become all-encompassing. Psychology Tools has put together a free guide (in English and translated in over 20 languages) to help you to manage your worry and anxiety in these uncertain times.

 Guide- English  |  Guide- Translated  |  Website 

 

Psychology Today

The Psychology Today website is a great first step in looking for an off-campus mental health professional,  featuring therapy and health professionals directories where you can filter by insurance, location, and even  “issues”. The website also features hundreds of blogs written by a wide variety of psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, medical doctors, anthropologists, sociologists, and science journalists.

Website

 

Sanvello

Sanvello is a premium, top-rated app that helps user deal with depression, anxiety, and stress. Using clinically proven therapies, Sanvello works on the concepts of self-care, peer support, coaching, and therapy. While not a substitute for counseling, Sanvello offers helpful tips and strategies for managing symptoms of depression and anxiety, with guided exercises centered around meditation. The app is very customizable and works to help understand what you are struggling with, catering their resources specifically to you. The premium version of Sanvello is available for free when you sign up using your university email.

App Store Download  |  Google Play Store Download

 

Self Harm- Calm Harm App

Calm Harm is an award-winning app developed for teens and young adults that provides tasks to help you resist or manage the urge to self-harm. You can make it private by setting a password, and personalize the app if you so wish. You will be able to track your progress and notice change. Please note the app is an aid in treatment but does not replace it.

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Talk Space

Talkspace is a convenient and affordable way to improve your mental health. Get matched with a licensed therapist in your state from the comfort of your device, and message via text, audio, and video. Tell us your preferences for therapy, and match with one of our therapists in your state the same day. Send your therapist unlimited text, audio, picture, or video messages from anywhere, at any time — you’ll hear back at least once a day, 5 days per week.

Website

 

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Overall Well-Being- myStrength App

myStrength is an evidence-based self-help resource that is available 24/7, is private and confidential, and provides quality information and inspiration on a variety of different conditions/topic areas, such as stress management, depression, anxiety, substance use disorders, chronic pain, sleep disturbance issues, COVID-19 coping, and more. Note: use code "MOcommunity" when signing up.

Website

 

Sanvello

Sanvello is a premium, top-rated app that helps user deal with depression, anxiety, and stress. Using clinically proven therapies, Sanvello works on the concepts of self-care, peer support, coaching, and therapy. While not a substitute for counseling, Sanvello offers helpful tips and strategies for managing symptoms of depression and anxiety, with guided exercises centered around meditation. The app is very customizable and works to help understand what you are struggling with, catering their resources specifically to you. The premium version of Sanvello is available for free when you sign up using your university email.

App Store Download  |  Google Play Store Download

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Equity and Title IX

Equity and Title IX is charged with ensuring Missouri S&T's compliance with University of Missouri System policies and procedures, and state and federal statutes and regulations, in the areas of Title IX, civil rights, and equal opportunity. Reports of sex discrimination can be made by email, mail, phone, in person or online. Reports are sent directly to the university's Title IX Coordinator, who oversees all sex discrimination matters at the institution. They encourage you to use this site as a trusted resource on all campus Title IX information and reporting.

The University of Missouri does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, protected veteran status, and any other status protected by applicable state or federal law. The University’s Nondiscrimination policies apply to any phase of its employment process, any phase of its admission or financial aid programs, other aspects of its educational programs or activities, and instances occurring in other settings, including off-campus, if there are effects of the conduct that interfere with or limit any person’s ability to participate in or benefit from the University’s educational programs, activities or employment.

Website  |  573-341-7734  |  equity@mst.edu  |  900 Innovation Drive, Suite 500, Rolla 65409

 

University Police Department

The Missouri S&T Police Department supports the campus community in fulfilling its commitment to teaching, research, and service by providing a safe and secure environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors in partnership with all members of the campus community.

UPD helps those who have been sexually assaulted or harassed through processing and investigating reported crimes, sexual assault case procedures, supporting victims and witnesses after crimes, general campus safety and protection, trainings, emergency response, and more. 

Website  |  573-341-7734  |  equity@mst.edu  |  900 Innovation Drive, Suite 500, Rolla 65409

 

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Rolla Police Department

The Rolla Police Department is comprised of over 60 men and women who all share the same passion and dedication in ensuring that the City of Rolla continues to be a safe and secure place to live, work, play, and worship. The Rolla Police Department supports Rolla through crime prevention and investigation, dispatch services, emergency response and crisis intervention, trainings, community presence, and more.

Website  |  573.308.1213 (non-emergencies; for emergencies call 911)  |  1007 N. Elm Street, Rolla 65401

 

Russell House

Russell House serves all victims of domestic (intimate partner) violence and sexual assault, taking pride in being a comfortable and traditional home while also providing the latest state-of-the-art security and surveillance equipment for your continued safety 24/7. Services include crisis advocacy, shelter, support groups, licensed professional counseling, court and legal advocacy, hospital advocacy for SV survivors, volunteer program, and awareness programs. Russell House staff provides community education about domestic violence and sexual assault to community organizations, faith communities, civic groups, and to area professionals as requested.

Website  |  573.364.0579 (office)  |  800.998.8340 (24/7 crisis line)  |  info@russellhousemo.org

200 North Main Street, Rolla 65401

 

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Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

The Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (MOCADSV) is Missouri’s sole provider of domestic and sexual violence technical assistance and education. MOCADSV houses a directory where you can search for services such as legal representation, therapy, transitional shelter and housing, services specific to LGBTQ+ needs, and more. You can also filter resources by offered languages and region. 

Website  |  888-666-1911

 

 

National Domestic Violence Hotline

The National Domestic Violence Hotline provides 24/7 essential tools and support to help survivors of domestic violence so they can live their lives free of abuse. Contacts to The Hotline can expect highly-trained, expert advocates to offer free, confidential, and compassionate support, crisis intervention information, education, and referral services in over 200 languages.

Website  |  800-799-SAFE  |  Text "START" to 88788

 

National Sexual Assault Hotline (RAINN)

RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. The hotline and online chat are free, confidential, and available 24/7.

(800) 656-HOPE  |  Chat Online

View a full page of suicide prevention information here

 

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Student Well-Being

Student Well-Being offers individual and group counseling, crisis counseling, suicide prevention trainings, and more. All services are confidential.

Website  |   573.341.4211  |  wellbeing@mst.edu  |  204 Norwood Hall

 

University Police Department

Immediate danger to life of self or others. Missouri S&T Police will consult with a licensed counselor or connect individuals to community mental health/suicide prevention resources.

Website  |   573.341.4300  |  police@mst.edu  |  G10 Campus Support Facility

 

UCARE (University Committee for Assistance Response and Evaluation)

Missouri S&T’s University Committee for Assistance, Response, and Evaluation (UCARE) was formed to address the need for greater communication and preparedness regarding students facing difficulty through prevention and intervention strategies. Often times, multiple people have small bits of information, but no one person has all of the pieces. UCARE works to connect the pieces of the puzzle to identify needs and  students who are at risk.  This allows for early intervention, prevention and support. Members of the campus community are encouraged to make a UCARE referral when they are concerned about a student, regardless of how insignificant the concern may seem. 

Website  |   573.341.4209  |  ucare@mst.edu

 

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Phelps Health Hospital Emergency Department

Immediate danger to life of self or others. Missouri S&T Police will consult with a licensed counselor or connect individuals to community mental health/suicide prevention resources.

Website  |   (573) 458-8899  |  1000 W. 12th St.

 

ONLINE:

Crisis Text Line

The Crisis Text Line is a global not-for-profit organization providing free crisis intervention via SMS message. The organization's services are available 24 hours a day every day, throughout the US by texting 741741

Website | 741-741

 

Compass Health Hotline

The Compass Health Hotline is staffed by mental health professionals who can respond to your crisis 24 hours per day and 7 days per week. They will talk with you about your crisis and help you determine what further help is needed - for example, a telephone conversation to provide understanding and support, a face-to-face intervention, an appointment the next day with a mental health professional, or perhaps an alternative service that best meets your needs. They may give you other resources or services within your community to provide you with ongoing care following your crisis. All calls are strictly confidential.

(800) 833-3915

 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a United States-based suicide prevention network of 161 crisis centers that provides a 24/7, toll-free hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress

(800) 273-8255

 

Suicide Prevention Training

The Missouri S&T Ask.Listen.Refer Suicide Prevention Training Program was designed to help faculty, staff, and students prevent suicide by teaching you to:

  • identify people at risk for suicide
  • recognize the risk factors, protective factors, and warning signs of suicide
  • respond to and get help for people at risk
Ask.Listen.Refer takes about 20 minutes to complete and is intended for educational use, not therapeutic use.

Website 

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Army ROTC

Army ROTC- Stonhenge Batallion and military science offer opportunities to develop confidence, self-esteem, and leadership and life skills to succeed in college and beyond. It is an academic curriculum that supplements a student's major and is designed to prepare qualified, high-potential students for service as commissioned officers in the U.S. Army and its Reserve components (the Army Reserve and Army National Guard).

Website  |   573.341.4744  |  armyrotc@mst.edu  |  301 Harris Hall

 

Student Veteran Association

The goal of the Student Veterans Association is to provide military service members and veterans with the resources, support, and advocacy needed to achieve their educational and career goals. We strive to provide a welcoming and comfortable environment for veterans. With us, veterans have a place where they fit in and have the opportunity to be fully engaged in their college experience.

Website  |  573.341.4848  |  mstsva@mst.edu 

 

Student Veteran Resource Center

The Student Veterans Resource Center (SVRC) was designed to be the nexus of any resources and support student veterans might need to succeed in their educational goals. Not only that, but the SVRC serves as a place to network, find and connect with veteran peers, and to study or relax during the school year. 

Website |   573.341.6117  |  svrc@mst.edu  |  G10 Harris Hall

 

Veteran Resource Coaches

Made up of student veterans and supportive civilian students, they help run the SVRC and its programs. They are here to help students navigate the uncertainties of collegiate life and to steer their way to success. They can help with campus resources and support, or they can guide you to specific offices on campus.

Website |   573.341.6117  |  svrc@mst.edu  |  G10 Harris Hall

 

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Veteran Resource Office- Rolla

Website |   573.368.2373  |  1011 Kingshighway, Rolla MO

 

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Lifeline for Vets (National Veterans Foundation)

The Lifeline for Vets™ has helped countless American heroes — person-to-person, Veteran-to-Veteran. Speaking to another Veteran who “gets it” is crucial for a soldier who has returned home. Lifeline for Vets assists Veterans with needs including medical treatment, PTSD counseling, VA benefits advocacy, food, shelter, employment, training, legal aid, suicide intervention and more. 

Website  |  888.777.4443

 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline- Veterans Crisis Line

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a United States-based suicide prevention network of 161 crisis centers that provides a 24/7, toll-free hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. 

(800) 273-8255, then press 1

 

National Veterans Foundation

The National Veterans Foundation’s Mission is to serve the crisis management, information and referral needs of all U.S. Veterans and their families through:

  • Management and operation of the nation’s oldest toll-free, vet-to-vet helpline for all Veterans and their families.
  • Public awareness programs that shine a consistent spotlight on the needs of America’s Veterans.
  • Outreach services that provide Veterans and families in need with food, clothing, transportation, employment and other essential resources

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