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Depression

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Bipolar Disorder

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Suicide

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Eating Disorders

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Bulimia Nervosa, ULifeline
Exercise Bulimia, ULifeline
Anorexia Nervosa, ULifeline

Anxiety Disorders

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Social Anxiety Disorder, ULifeline
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, ULifeline
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, ULifeline

Alcohol and Drug Use

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Prescription Drug Misuse, ULifeline

Self-Harm

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Schizophrenia

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Campus Resources

Student Counseling

235 Behmler
320-589-6060
Staff

Student Counseling helps students cope with mental illnesses, recover from alcohol or drug abuse, and manage any type of personal crises or stress. Student Counseling also deals with emergencies, such as suicide threats and sexual assault. After hours, students in need of emergency services can call campus police at 320-208-6500, or 911.

Health Service

Gay East Entrance, Lower Level
320-589-6070
Staff

Health Services is an outpatient health care facility providing service to UMM students, assuring them on-campus access to physicians and nursing staff, medical treatment, routine laboratory tests, immunizations, and some prescription drugs. Health Services will be able to refer students to community resources for more complex mental health needs.

Disability Resource Center

Briggs Library 362
Phone: 320-589-6178
Staff

The Disability Resource Center arranges accommodations for students with documented physical, learning or mental disabilities. Accommodations, such as extended time on exams, or texts in alternate formats, are designed to make students more successful in the classroom.

Office of Academic Success

Briggs Library 362
320-589-6178
TTY Relay: 1-800-627-3529
Staff

Office of Academic Success is comprised of the Disability Resource Center and Academic Assistance Center. The Academic Assistance Center provides academic counseling, strategies and tutoring. At the Disability Resource Center, students with documented disabilities can receive course accommodations.