Violence in Nashville and the US Capitol

ULCC recognizes the traumatic impact that domestic terrorism, riots, and other violence can have, even when we are not physically present or directly involved. We also recognize the inherent racism in the differential response of law enforcement and government officials to those inciting and perpetrating violence at the Capitol and the Black Lives Matter protests calling for a just and equal society. These threatening and violent acts are disturbing, to say the least. The recent events in Nashville, at the US Capitol, and other locations throughout our country are undoubtedly impacting the mental health and wellbeing of our UofL campus community. We are here to help students navigate through these difficult times. Please contact us at 502-852-6585 and/or view our website to see our available services.

See our Coping with COVID-19 or Resources pages for self-care tips

A Department of STUDENT AFFAIRS

Counseling Center
Student Activities Center
2100 South Floyd Street, W204
Louisville, Kentucky 40208

Office Hours

Spring 2022

Services will be provided in-person and via telehealth.

Mon -Fri: 9am - 5pm

Sat & Sun: closed

After hours or emergency services

Urgent Consultations

Mon-Fri 9am-4pm Please call or walk in to set up a consultation.

Operations may temporarily shift based on University COVID-19 protocols.

Closed on University holidays and closings.

We observe all delayed starts and early closings set by the University. This includes cancellation of telehealth appointments when the University is closed.

Phone

(502) 852-6585

FAX

(502) 852-0291

Email

coping@louisville.edu
Note that email cannot be used to make appointments.

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