Information about COVID-19

Services and Resources for Students

Counseling Services

Counselors and therapists are available to support students by phone or on secure videoconference. Click here to learn more about counseling services.

Health Insurance, Billing and Medical Records

For questions about health insurance, billing, medical records, or other administrative concerns click here.

Medical Services

In-person services are available for urgent medical concerns, including sickness, acute pain, accident or injury. Limited essential procedures, including IUD and Nexplanon insertions for long-acting birth control, are now available. Call (970) 491-7121 to make an appointment or click here to learn more about medical services.

Spiritual Care Services

Available to support exploring life’s questions, experiences and transitions in a safe, nonjudgmental space. Call (970) 491-7121 to make an appointment to connect by phone or secure videoconference.

Pharmacy

Open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Curbside pickup is available and encouraged and mail service is now available for students in Colorado. Click here to learn more about pharmacy.

Tobacco Cessation

Need support to quit smoking, vaping or using tobacco? Call (970) 491-7121 to schedule a free phone session with a professional health coach specializing in tobacco cessation.

Psychiatry Services

All psychiatry appointments are now provided over the phone or through tele-psychiatry. Click here to learn more about psychiatry services.

Additional Health and Well-Being Resources

Students can access many additional resources, including YOU@CSU and SilverCloud Health, to support their well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to learn more about additional health and well-being resources.

Physical Therapy Services

Telehealth appointments available for routine and follow-up care. Call (970) 491-1735 for more information. Click here to learn more about Physical Therapy services.

Public Assistance and Community Resources

Student Case Management can connect students with pubic assistance and community resources available to support needs around food, housing, utilities and more. Click here to learn more about public assistance and community resources.

Our Commitment To You

CSU Health Network is deeply committed to fostering a welcoming, supportive space where ALL students can be truly seen and valued in their entirety. We are dedicated to affirming respect, compassion, and acceptance for all, and we celebrate diversity with regard to all backgrounds and identities.

We strongly condemn racism, homophobia, transphobia, and other forms of prejudice, discrimination, and oppression, including the acts of hate and harassment that have occurred on campus. If you have been impacted by these events, know that we see you and affirm you.

You and all of your identities are welcomed and supported here.

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Visit us:

Physical Address:
CSU Health and Medical Center
151 W. Lake Street
(corner of College Ave. and Prospect Rd.)
Fort Collins, CO 80523

Mailing Address:
Campus Delivery 8031
Fort Collins, CO 80523-8031

Contact us:

(970) 491-7121