Mental Health Resources

The Office for Diversity and Inclusion believes that your mental health matters. Over the last few years, many people have reported feeling that current events are taking a toll on their mental health, whether from the stress, isolation, and uncertainty in a pandemic or from social justice issues and political unrest. These have been particularly hard on historically minoritized peoples who have increasingly been targeted for harassment and violence.

To that end, we are providing a list of campus-based mental health resources. Whatever you may be going through, UConn has tools, resources, and programs to support you:

Student Health and Wellness (SHaW), Storrs Campus

Student Health and Wellness (SHaW), Regional Campuses

Student Wellness at UConn Health

HR’s resources for Employee Mental Health

Mental Health Resources for the BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ Communities

Mental Health for Black and African American Students

Mood and Anxiety Clinic 

Suicide Prevention Resources

The Student Care Team, a resource for concerns about a student who you perceive to be threatening, harming, or disruptive

Student Behavioral Health Service

UConn Library’s Wellness Guides

Holistic Huskies, a podcast that brings light to real mental health stories of students and faculty at UConn

Wellness Coalition, a space for students to come together to develop innovative solutions for health and wellness concerns they see on campus

The Office of Veteran Affairs and Military Programs, which connects veteran students with on-campus and off-campus resources, including for mental health