Campus Resources for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Assistance

IU Bloomington

On Campus Counseling Services

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Counseling is available on the Bloomington campus through Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) located in the Health Center.

CAPS welcomes IU Bloomington students, their spouses, and their dependents aged 12 and older. You don't need health insurance to get treated at IU Health Center. In fact, for students who have paid their semester Health Fee, our care is among the most affordable options in Bloomington. You can even charge office visits, prescription drugs, and other services to your IU Bursar account.

Located in the IU Health Center on the 4th Floor.
600 N Jordan Ave
812-855-8900, 24 hour crisis line
812-855-5711, for appointment

Campus Contacts (non-counseling)

If you have concerns about a student you can also contact one of the campus resources noted below. Note: Immediate concerns should be reported to the IUPD.

Dean of Students
Indiana Memorial Union, M088
Phone: (812) 855-8187
iubdos@indiana.edu

Indiana University Police Department
1469 E. 17th Street
Phone: 9-1-1- or 812-855-4111
iupd@indiana.edu

Off Campus Counseling Services

IUPUI

On Campus Counseling Services

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Counseling is available on the IUPUI campus through Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) located in Walker Plaza. CAPS offers services to all IUPUI students.

Walker Plaza, Suite 220
719 Indiana Avenue
Phone: (317) 274-2548

Campus Contacts (non-counseling)

If you have concerns about a student you can also contact one of the campus resources noted below. Note: Immediate concerns should be reported to the IUPD.

IUPUI Behavioral Consultation Team

Jason Spratt
Dean of Students
Campus Center 270
jtspratt@iupui.edu
317-274-4431

Indiana University Police Department - Indianapolis
1232 W. Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Phone: 9-1-1 or 317-274-7911
police@iupui.edu

24-Hour Local Crisis Lines

  • Crisis & Suicide Hotline (317) 251-7575
  • Aspire (800) 560-4038

Off Campus Mental Health Resources

IUPUC

On Campus Counseling Services

Solutions Student Assistance Service
601 Washington Street, Suite 102
Columbus 47201
812-377-5074 or 800-766-0068

Campus Contacts (non-counseling)

If you have concerns about a student you can also contact one of the campus resources noted below.

Sandra Miles, Ph.D.
Director of Student Affairs
812-275-7575
smiles3@iupuc.edu
LC Room 1025

Office of Public Safety
Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus (IUPUC)
4601 Central Avenue, CC Room 105
Columbus, IN 47203-1769
812-348-7388

Off Campus Counseling Services

IU South Bend

On Campus Counseling Services

Student Counseling Center (SCC)
The Student Counseling Center (SCC) provides free and confidential help to IU South Bend students for a variety of personal and emotional difficulties.

Indiana University South Bend
Administration Building 130
1700 Mishawaka Avenue
South Bend, IN 46634
Phone: (574) 520-4125

Campus Contacts (non-counseling)

If you have concerns about a student you can also contact the one of the campus resources below. Note: Immediate concerns should be reported to the IUPD.

Karen White
Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Services
Administrations Building 104
kwhite@iusb.edu
574-520-4477

Scott Strittmatter
Director of Student Life
sstrittm@iusb.edu
574-520-5533

Indiana University Police Department - South Bend
2002 Mishawaka Ave.
574-520-4499 | phone
574-520-4239 | non-emergency 24-hour assistance
iupdsb@iusb.edu 

Off Campus Counseling Services

Memorial Hospital Epworth Center

IU Southeast

On Campus Counseling Services

Personal Counseling Services
The IU Southeast Personal Counseling Services are available to all IUS Students (part or full time) at no fee.

Indiana University Southeast
UC South Room 201
4201 Grant Line Rd.
New Albany, IN 47150
Phone: (812) 941-2244

Campus Contacts (non-counseling)

If you have concerns about a student you can also contact one of the campus resources noted below. Note: Immediate concerns should be reported to the IUPD.

Seuth Chaleunphoh
Dean of Student Life
University Center South, Room 010
schaleun@ius.edu
812-941-2319

Indiana University Police Department - Southeast
University Center North, Room 027
812-941-2400 | phone
sepolice@ius.edu

Off Campus Counseling Services

IU Northwest

On Campus Counseling Services

Office of Counseling Services
The Counseling Center provides students access to a wide range of treatment modalities and referrals to outside resources as needed.

Counseling Services
IU Northwest
3400 Broadway
Hawthorn Hall, Room 201
Gary, Indiana 46408
Phone: (219) 980-6741

Campus Contacts (non-counseling)

If you have concerns about a student you can also contact one of the campus contacts below. Note: Immediate concerns should be reported to the IUPD.

Alexis Montevirgen
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Savannah Center 223
amontevi@iun.edu
219-980-6824

Scott Fulk
Director of Student Affairs
sfulk@iun.edu
219-980-6792

Indiana University Police Department - Northwest
Tamarack Hall3400 Broadway
Gary, IN 46408
219-980-6501
iupdnw@iun.edu

Off Campus Counseling Services

IU Kokomo

On Campus Counseling Services

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Indiana University Kokomo strives to provide essential support to all students as well as the campus community through comprehensive mental health services. These services include free, confidential counseling for students, outreach programming aimed at prevention of mental health crises and the reduction of stigma, and consultation to faculty and staff regarding mental health topics.

Counseling and Psychological Services
234G Kelley Student Center
2300 S Washington St.
Kokomo, IN 46904-9003
Phone: (765) 455-9364

Campus Contacts (non-counseling)

If you have concerns about a student you can also contact one of the campus resources below. Note: Immediate concerns should be reported to the IUPD.

Sarah Sarber
Dean of Students
Kelley Center 210G
shawkins@iuk.edu
765-455-9204

Indiana University Police Department - Kokomo
Main Building, Room 113A
765-455-9432 | phone
765-455-9363 | emergency
iupdko@iuk.edu

Off Campus Counseling Services

IU East

On Campus Counseling Services

Center for Health Promotions

The Center for Health Promotions offers confidential, brief counseling services (6 or less) to students and immediate family members. Common problems addressed include: academic, work, and family stress; anxiety and depression; life management. Services are provided by licensed clinical professionals who have training and experience in the areas mentioned above.

For further information, call 765-973-8216 or 765-973-8646.

Campus Contacts (non-counseling)

If you have concerns about a student you can also contact one of the campus resources below. Note: Immediate concerns should be reported to the IUPD.

Mary Blakefield
Dean of Students
Whitewater Hall 101
mblakefi@iue.edu
765-973-8522

Indiana University Police Department - East
Tom Raper Hall Room 170
2325 Chester Blvd.
Richmond, IN 47374-1289
765-973-8429 | phone
765-993-3488 | mobile

Off Campus Counseling Services

Employee Resources

University Services

IU Employee Assistance Program (IUEAP)

The IU Employee Assistance Program is a voluntary program that provides professional, confidential counseling to help individuals bring their life into better balance, when day-to-day activities are interrupted by stress.

Call (888) 234-8327 for 24/7 services.

National Resources

These resources may offer help and support for yourself, a friend, student or child if you need them in difficult times. Some of the links to these resources are online assistance and telephone contacts.

National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-272-TALK (8255)
Text telephone: 800-799-4TTY (4889)

Trevor Life Line: 866-4-U-TREVOR (866-488-7386)
A national, 24 hour crisis and suicide prevention helpline for lesbian gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.

Military Veterans Suicide Hotline: 800-273-TALK (Press 1)

The Jed Foundation
The nation’s leading organization working to prevent suicide and promote mental health among college students.

Suicide Prevention Resource Center
Customized information for college students.

Suicide.org

ULifeline
Online college mental health services for students.