Therapy Assistance Online (TAO) offers FREE mobile-friendly help for stress, anxiety and depression that fits around your busy life… anytime, anywhere. UofL STUDENTS, FACULTY, & STAFF CAN SIGN UP TODAY using your louisville.edu address.
UofL Employees should call (502) 589-HELP for the Employee Assistance Program.
If you are in crisis or need to speak with someone urgently please call us at 852-6585 M-F or walk-in between 9am and 4pm when the center is open for an urgent consultation, and we will assign a clinician to speak with you as soon as possible. We do not schedule appointments for UCs, so please call or walk in when you are ready to speak with a clinician.
Please note that urgent consultation (UC) services are provided on a first come, first served basis. Our busiest time is 2-4pm. You will need time to complete paperwork and see or receive a callback from a clinician, and we do not schedule appointments for UCs. We may have to call you back/see you on the following day if there are several students ahead of you.
Beginning in Fall 2021, all services will be offered via telehealth and/or in-person due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Counseling Center will follow CDC guidelines and University policy to ensure the safety of all students and staff.
- For after hours or emergency services
- For self-care, coping, and wellness resources, see our Coping with COVID-19 section
- For information on local agencies offering therapy services, see our Community Resources section
In case of a life-threatening emergency (including thoughts of hurting yourself or someone else), call: 911
University Police (ULPD) (502) 852-6111
Emergency Psychiatry at the University of Louisville Hospital (502) 562-3120
24/7 Adult Crisis Line (502) 589-4313 or 800-221-0446
Suicide Prevention Hotline (800) 273-8255
Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741741