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Health & Counseling Center

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The mission of the HCC is to provide exceptional, inclusive, integrated health care. We promote student success and wellness through education, advocacy and outreach to the University of Denver community.

Success Through Wellness

The Health and Counseling Center (HCC) remains committed during this public health crisis to promote student success by providing comprehensive and integrated healthcare, counseling , advocacy, health promotion, and recovery support and services. The HCC continues to provide holistic care in the following ways:

  • The HCC is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m Monday through Friday except for Tuesdays when we are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Appointments are available to schedule either in-person or via telehealth.

  • The HCC will be adjusting most primary care medical and mental health co-pays beginning March 16th through the end of your Spring Quarter/Semester. If you have questions regarding fees and/or coverage, e-mail us at [email protected] or call the HCC at 303-871-2205.

  • Medical appointments are available in-person and via telehealth. Please call 303-871-2205 for medical appointments. If you have urgent medical concerns or questions regarding the novel coronavirus we are requesting students call the Nurse Triage line at 303-871-2615 BEFORE making or coming in for an appointment.

  • Counseling appointments are available via tele-health. If you already have a therapist, please message your provider through your MyHealth portal or by calling the HCC main line at 303-871-2205. If you are seeking therapy at the HCC for the first time, please call 303-871-2205 to schedule an initial triage appointment, or log-on to the MyHealth portal. In order to participate in telehealth groups/workshops, please call 303-871-2205 or speak with your current HCC therapist (if you have one). Students may also seek support through the MySSP app and the Morneau Shepell program. Crisis services are available 24/7 by calling 303-871-2205.

  • Advocacy and support services are still available to any DU community member impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, and harassment. You may reach these services by leaving a voicemail at 303-871-3853 during daytime hours, contacting 303-871-2205 after business hours, or emailing [email protected].

  • For information about health promotion events or programs, contact [email protected] or call 303-871-2205.

  • Our Collegiate Recovery Community continues to provide comprehensive support to students in recovery during this time. For more information, email [email protected] or call 303-871-3423.

  • General inquiries and information regarding billing and insurance can be directed to our administrative support team at 303-871-2205.

  • For more HCC frequently asked questions, please visit the HCC’s COVID-19 FAQ page.

  • For more information regarding frequently asked questions, please make sure to visit the University’s COVID-19 FAQ page.

Due to COVID-19 and the Mandatory Lock-down, access to the doors for the DU HCC Ritchie Center are locked. If you are here for an appointment, please call 303-871-2206 and someone will be down to let you in.

After Hours Care
If you have an urgent medical, mental health or gender violence support concern and need to speak to an on-call provider,
please call 303-871-2205.

Navigating the news

Please check back here for updates on how the HCC supports students related to current events. 

Continuing Care

The Health and Counseling Center (HCC) remains committed during this public health crisis to promote student success by providing comprehensive and integrated healthcare, counseling , advocacy, health promotion, and recovery support and services. The HCC continues to provide holistic care in the following ways:

  • The HCC is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m Monday through Friday except for Tuesdays when we are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Appointments are available to schedule either in-person or via telehealth.

  • The HCC will be adjusting most primary care medical and mental health co-pays beginning March 16th through the end of your Spring Quarter/Semester. If you have questions regarding fees and/or coverage, e-mail us at [email protected] or call the HCC at 303-871-2205.

  • Medical appointments are available in-person and via telehealth. Please call 303-871-2205 for medical appointments. If you have urgent medical concerns or questions regarding the novel coronavirus we are requesting students call the Nurse Triage line at 303-871-2615 BEFORE making or coming in for an appointment.

  • Counseling appointments are available via tele-health. If you already have a therapist, please message your provider through your MyHealth portal or by calling the HCC main line at 303-871-2205. If you are seeking therapy at the HCC for the first time, please call 303-871-2205 to schedule an initial triage appointment, or log-on to the MyHealth portal. Students may also seek support through the MySSP app and the Morneau Shepell program. Crisis services are available 24/7 by calling 303-871-2205.

  • Advocacy and support services are still available to any DU community member impacted by sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, and harassment. You may reach these services by leaving a voicemail at 303-871-3853 during daytime hours, contacting 303-871-2205 after business hours, or emailing [email protected].

  • For information about health promotion events or programs, contact [email protected] or call 303-871-2205.

  • Our Collegiate Recovery Community continues to provide comprehensive support to students in recovery during this time. For more information, email [email protected] or call 303-871-3423.

  • General inquiries and information regarding billing and insurance can be directed to our administrative support team at 303-871-2205.

  • For more HCC frequently asked questions, please visit the HCC’s COVID-19 FAQ page.

  • For more information regarding frequently asked questions, please make sure to visit the University’s COVID-19 FAQ page.

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Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

New Employee Assistance Program (EAP) ! As of July 1st, 2019 DU Faculty and Staff can use SUPPORTLINC for all EAP needs.

 

Studying Abroad with International Studies Abroad (ISA):

If you would like the HCC to complete your required physical health form for ISA, please bring a copy of your Health History Form to your scheduled appointment. Due to requirements set by ISA, we will be unable to complete your paperwork without reviewing this form during your visit. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact our Administrative Support Team at (303)871-2205 prior to your appointment.


Counseling center Referral Service

The HCC has launched a new Counseling Center Referral Service, which allows DU community members including students, staff, and faculty to search for a community mental health provider based on the provider's name, gender identity, language proficiencies, racial/ethnic identity, area of expertise, services offered, and insurances accepted. Learn more here.


Immunization Requirements

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