Counseling Services is located on the 3rd Floor of the CSU Health and Medical Center at 151 W. Lake St (corner of College Ave. and Prospect Rd.) and is wheelchair accessible.
First time, in-person screening and crisis appointments are available during our drop-in hours Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm, and on Tuesday between 10:00 am and 3:30 pm and usually takes about 20 minutes to complete.
After business hours and on weekends and holidays, an on-call counselor is available by phone at (970) 491-7111.
What to Expect
Welcome to Counseling Services at CSU Health Network. We are glad you have taken this step to invest actively in your wellbeing. Our goal is to help get you connected to the appropriate services to address your concerns. We have a wide range of ways to help you within Counseling Services and across campus. We offer a range of evidence-based treatment, which include online skill-building resources, workshops, group therapy, individual counseling, crisis services, and brief, solution-focused counseling. Counseling requires active participation by you, which often includes doing work in between sessions and utilizing recommendations provided to you. We encourage you to read about the office policies, complete paperwork, and understand your responsibilities as a client.
You will notice that we ask questions about identities and multicultural factors at various points in your treatment. These factors may be important to effectively meet your needs. We recognize that discussing identities may be difficult and we invite you to share about these as you are comfortable. This is in alignment with our values, the CSU Principles of Community, and the ethical principles we follow as professionals.