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Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

201 S 1460 E, Rm 426
Student Services Building
The University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

For after-hours emergencies, contact the
24/7 Crisis Line   801-587-3000


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REACT (Interactive Crisis Support)

REACT is an interactive program about responding positively after a crisis or traumatic event.

UCC Statement:

For months, we at the University Counseling Center (UCC) have witnessed the effects of the current political climate on the mental health of our campus community. We are keenly aware of the particular impact current discourse may have on members of our community, including some of those who may identify as people of color, undocumented, international students, Muslims, people with disabilities, and gender and sexual minorities.  If you are feeling marginalized for any reason we want you to know that we are here, and we are committed to providing a space where you can be heard, seen, and supported. We reaffirm our commitment to providing an accepting, compassionate, and supportive environment for everyone no matter their identities or political affiliations. 

We know that our experiences at the U have been deeply enriched and strengthened by the cultural and intellectual diversity University of Utah students bring to our community. We appreciate you, and your safety and security is of utmost importance.  We want those at the University of Utah and beyond to understand that UCC staff members stand for cultural diversity, and that our center provides a sanctuary for dealing with the fear, confusion, and uncertainty engendered by recent and ongoing political processes.

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Last Updated: 8/21/18