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Counseling and Psychological Services Resources

We recommend that all students with mental health concerns come in to Counseling and Psychological Services during our walk-in hours or call our crisis services line on evenings and weekends. While the resources listed here are not a replacement for meeting with a counselor to discuss your individual situations and needs, you may find them helpful as additional sources of information and support.

24-hour crisis lines

These 24-hour crisis phone lines are available to anyone in need.

  • Pullman: 509-334-1133
  • Spokane: 509-838-4428
  • Tri-Cities: 509-943-6606
  • Vancouver: 360-696-9560
  • Hearing Impaired: 509-624-0004

Community referral resources

Our local community offers a variety of options for off-campus psychological services. If you’re seeking resources outside WSU in Pullman and the Palouse region, consult our list of Private Practice and Community Referral Resources.

Online resources

This list of reliable, not-for-profit websites on mental health can provide more information on a variety of mental health topics.

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
An organization funded by the United States government to provide information and research concerning mental health issues.

American Psychological Association (APA)
A website for the leading scientific and professional organization representing psychology in the United States, providing brief descriptions of numerous mental health problems and diagnoses with links to related articles.
A private non-profit, ad-free website in affiliation with Harvard Health Publications.

National Alliance on Mental Illness
A grass-roots organization that provides information and support about mental illness.

An anonymous, confidential, online resource center for college students regarding mental health and suicide prevention.

The Unabridged Student Counseling Virtual Pamphlet Collection
A collection of online pamphlets from university counseling centers maintained by Dr. Robert Hsiung of the University of Chicago.