Additional Resources

Depending on the situation, referring a student to another office, department, or outside entity may be beneficial. Below you will find information on both on- and off-campus resources in Salt Lake that may prove useful to students.

University of Utah Offices & Departments

University Counseling Center

LWeitzman@sa.utah.edu
801-581-6826
Student Services Building 426

Center for Student Wellness

wellness@sa.utah.edu
801-581-7776
Student Life Center 2nd Floor

 Confidential Mental Health Services

University Counseling Center

LWeitzman@sa.utah.edu
801-581-6826
Student Services Building 426

University Neuropsychiatric Institute

Crisis Line: 801-587-3000
Warm Line: 801-587-1055
501 Chipeta Way

Sexual Assault Support Advocates

advocate@sa.utah.edu
801-581-7776
Student Services Building 330

Rape Recovery Center

f.abe@raperecoverycenter.org
801-467-7273
(Not affiliated with the University of Utah)

 

Make a report

If a person is an immediate threat to themselves or someone else, or is incapable of
caring for themselves, call 112.

bEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION tEAM

hoW THE PROCESS WORKS

wHEN TO MAKE A REPORT

Randy McCrillis
UAC Dean of Students