In response to the COVID-19 national emergency, the University Counseling Center (UCC) is adapting services to adhere to safety recommendations for students and staff. The response to COVID-19 is ever-changing, and we encourage checking our website often for updates and resources.
- Short-term teletherapy services are available to currently enrolled students. To schedule an appointment, call (616) 331-3266.
- Phone consultations are available for students who want to discuss services or need assistance finding a community provider. Please call (616) 331-3266. Or, find more information about community providers at our community provider database.
CRISIS PHONE CONSULTATION
- Emergency phone consultations during office hours are available for all enrolled students.
- For after-hours crisis consultations, visit our emergency site to utilize off-campus and national resources.
- Current clients may discuss psychiatric telehealth service options with their counselor.
- If you are in need of medication refill:
- Please call your pharmacy to check if you have a refill available
- If your pharmacy doesn’t have a refill, please contact the UCC as soon as possible (ideally 2 weeks prior to running out)
- If you have moved and need referrals to a provider near you, your UCC medication provider or clinician can help.
The UCC office in Allendale is staffed (Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm); however, we are not providing face-to-face services at this time.
- While we are staffed, please call our office at (616) 331-3266 versus dropping by.
- If you need to visit our center, you will be asked to wear a mask, maintain social distancing, follow current health and safety guidelines, and conduct a health screening. If you have any risk indicators from the health screening, we ask that you refrain from coming in and contact us over the phone.
- If anyone refuses to follow the UCC health and safety guidelines, our staff will discuss your options such as telehealth or a referral to a community provider.
For other resources and self-help information, visit our COVID-19 site.
To enhance the healthy development of our diverse Grand Valley State University community through prevention and education, psychological services, and consultation.
Improving the Well-being of the GVSU Student Body
We are a team of trained professionals committed to improving the mental health of the GVSU student body through counseling, education & consultation. We offer the following counseling services to all currently registered GVSU students free of charge:
- One-on-One Counseling
- Relationship Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Special Events & Seminars
- Consultation & Referral
- Emergency Services
- Peer Education Program