Supporting your physical and mental health is a top priority for us! Below are suggestions on how to accomplish this! Please reach out to us if you have suggestions you would like to add to this list.
The Health Center at Auraria is open to support the health needs of our community.
The CU Denver Student and Community Counseling Center is providing remote, online counseling services. Mental health services will be available via telehealth/online video calls. The virtual hours will be 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. during this time. Questions? Please call 303-315-7270.
If you are experiencing undue stress or anxiety, we encourage you to call the Health Center at Auraria to talk to a medical professional or counselor. Call 303-615-9999 and indicate that you would like to schedule a “Coronavirus Consultation.” There will be no charge for this visit.
The university has compiled a list of health and mental health resources for students on the university site under General FAQs – Health and Counseling Resources.
Lindsey Hamilton, the Director for the Center for Teaching and Learning at CU Denver, put together the following information to interpret the importance and benefits of social distancing, deal with anxiety and combat cabin fever and take care of yourself.
Tips for managing coronavirus anxiety: "Limit the level of intrusions" (CBS News)
Coronavirus Anxiety: How to Cope (Teen Vogue, which, for the record, has been doing incredible reporting)
Mental Health Professionals Are Preparing for an Epidemic of Anxiety Around the Coronavirus (Mother Jones; a discussion about the impacts of the virus on mental health and how it may specifically impact those with mental health disorders)