The UAS Juneau Counseling Office will be closed from June 19-August 16th. Counseling appointments will be available again beginning the week of August 17th for the Fall semester.
Additional Counseling Resources are available during this interim period from Sitka Campus Licensed Professional Counselor Debi Terry, LPC. Currently enrolled summer term students may be eligible. If you are interested in tele counseling appointments with Debi, please call her directly to schedule an appointment at 907-623-7716. Additional resources are available on this site including crisis information, support specific to COVID and Self Help Resources.
General counseling questions can be sent to Vice Chancellor Lori Klein at 796-6057 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you in the Fall.
If you need help right now
Phone 911 for help.
Other urgent or emergency situation
Unless otherwise specified, these services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Suicide Prevention Lifelines
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
- Alaska Careline: 1-877-266-4357
An explanation of what will happen when you call the Alaska Careline.
- JAMHI Health and Wellness (JAMHI) on-call counselor: 907-463-3303
- Crisis Text Line: text “Hello” to 741741
After Hours Tele-counseling & Crisis Intervention
- JAMHI Health and Wellness: 24-Hour Crisis Line: 907-463-3303, Toll Free: 855-463-3303
You do not need to be a JAMHI client to call.
- SEARHC 24-Hour Help Line: 1-877-294-0074
- Southeast Crisis Helpline (24-Hour Trauma Support): 907-747-6500 — operated by "Sitkans Against Family Violence"
- Sitka Campus Licensed Professional Counselor Debi Terry, LPC: 907-623-7716
If you have been sexually assaulted
- AWARE Shelter (Sexual Assault/Rape/Incest): 907-586-1090
Concerns about domestic violence or abuse
General on-campus assistance
- UAS Dean of Students Care Team
If you are worried about someone else
The Counseling Services Clinicians are available for consultation with students, faculty, and staff who are concerned about a student. You may contact them through the SRC by phone (907) 796-6000, email or in person to discuss your concerns and help with assessing how best to respond. This may include providing you with ideas for referring the student for professional care.