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If you need help right now

Dial 911.

  • If you need immediate help and can't transport yourself to the emergency room, dial 911.
  • Students living in UAS Housing can contact the RA On-Call Phone at 907-209-6539 for assistance.

Drop-in/Crisis Counseling through UAS

Students can access drop-in/crisis services during normal business hours (8 am to 5 pm) at the Counseling Office on the bottom floor of the Mourant Building and during these scheduled times:

  • John Pugh Hall Room 110: Tuesdays from 5 to 6 pm (one in-person session available)
  • The Housing Lodge: Saturdays from 1 to 4 pm (three in-person sessions available)

Drop-in sessions start at the top of the hour and students should arrive 10 minutes before to fill out brief paperwork. (i.e. arrive at 3:50 pm for a 4 pm session). Students can utilize the drop-in hours for a 50-minute session and are seen on a first-come, first-served basis. Students can contact the Student Resource Center (bottom floor of Mourant or call 907-796-6000) on Tuesdays to schedule a time that same day. Drop-in appointments can only be scheduled for the same day. 

No Drop-in Counseling will be available the following dates: Tuesday, February 14, Saturday, February 18, Tuesday, March 14th,or Saturday, March 18.

If students who live outside of Juneau and in the State of Alaska would like to talk with a counselor, please call the Student Resource Center (907-796-6000) for options for drop-in/crisis services.

Phone and Text Resources

Unless otherwise specified, these services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Mental Health Crisis or Suicide Prevention

Here is an explanation of an emergency room visit for a mental health crisis.

Concerns about domestic violence, sexual assault or abuse

General on-campus assistance

  • For students in UAS Housing, the emergency RA on-call number is 907-209-6539
  • UAS Dean of Students Care Team

If you are worried about someone else

The Counseling Office is available for consultation with students, faculty, and staff who are concerned about a student. You may contact the Counseling Office through the Student Resource Center by phone (907) 796-6000 or email to discuss your concerns and get support with how best to respond. This may include providing you ways to refer the student for professional care.

A report can also be made to the Care Team, which is a team of student services professionals focused on supporting student success and campus safety.