The University of Louisville Counseling Center provides the following information as an educational service, and does not endorse, certify, or assume responsibility for the contents of the linked websites or services provided. This information is not intended to substitute for actual counseling or any other psychological service.
General information about mental health topics can be found on these sites:
- American Psychological Association (APA)
- National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
- National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
- ULifeline: Resources for college mental health
Gilda's Club has offered a partnership that will enable University of Louisville students to participate in FREE virtual support for anyone impacted by cancer; their own or that of a loved one. They offer a variety of programs such as support groups, individual counseling, social events, wellness classes, healthy lifestyle classes, and educational seminars. Visit their website to complete a brief screening for a customized care plan. Call 502-583-0075 or visit gck.org for more information.
The Kentucky Counseling Center (KCC) provides telehealth, case management, and psychiatry (medication) services.
Metro United Way lists several facilities and hotlines for various treatment options, including mental health and addiction services
Psychology Today has a searchable database to help you find a therapist is your area (nationwide).
Please stop by or call the Counseling Center for more information about specific topics or resources within the Louisville community.