Student Affairs Resource Website


UWSOM Medical Student Counseling and Wellness Service


This department offers counseling for a wide range of personal, academic, and professional issues. The counselors are trained to work with medical students, and can assist with a range of personal and relationship issues, not just school stress. Counseling services are free and confidential, records are kept completely separate from academic records and are never shared with administration.



Hall Health Center

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Hall Health Center also offers UW tuition-paying students:

  • One visit per quarter for each student, regardless of health insurance status
  • Preventative counseling and contraceptive advise
  • Unlimited visits with the Consultation Nurse, including after-hours nurse phone line for urgent medical problems


Hall Health Mental Health Clinic

Mental health services include individual and couples counseling and therapy, crisis counseling and intervention, medication evaluation and management, group therapy and support groups, campus outreach services, mindfulness meditation, and after-hours care.
Contact: 206.616.2495


UW Health & Wellness

Contact phone: 206.543.6085
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Health & Wellness provides support, advocacy, consultation, and education to the University of Washington campus community.  Its programs include:

  • Alcohol & Other Drug Consultation and Education
  • Suicide Intervention
  • Sexual Assault, Relationship Violence, Stalking and Harassment Advocacy
  • Student Care Program


UW Counseling Center

Contact phone: 206.432.1240
Learn more: YouTube video about mental health at the UW

Services may include: individual, couple, or group counseling; career counseling and/or career assessments; referral for assessment and treatment for alcohol or other drug abuse; and/or referral to other community resources.


UW’s SafeCampus Self Harm Reporting and Intervention

Contact 24/7: 206-685-SAFE (7233)

SafecCampus is the central reporting office for anyone with safety concerns at UW. Students, faculty, and staff from all three campuses and UW-affiliated medical centers can consult with a team of trained professionals who specialize in violence prevention and response. If you want to discuss a specific situation or just have a feeling that something isn’t right, call the 24-hour SafeCampus helpline. A specialist can help you troubleshoot in real time, figure out next steps, and provide resources and referrals to university services.

Self-harm can be a way of coping with problems. It may help you express feelings you can’t put into words, distract you from your life, or release emotional pain. SafeCampus is available to help you, or help someone else who you are worried is self-harming. SafeCampus is available to listen, provide support and connect you to resources.