Emergency, Safety, and Legal Services
- Immediate Emergency: Dial 9-1-1- from any phone
- Health & Safety (UWSOD)
- Medical Emergencies (UWSOD)
- Campus Police Non-emergency: 206-685-8973
- Campus Escort: 206-685-WALK (9255)
- Crisis Clinic
- NightRide Shuttle
- Safe Campus
- Safety Escort Services
- Washington Information Network 2-1-1
- King County Sexual Assault Resource Center
- Washington State Domestic Violence Hotline
- Student Legal Services
- City of Seattle Services
- Student Insurance (no endorsements implied): Washington Dentists’ Insurance Agency (WDIA)
- UW Disability Resources for Students
Health and Wellness
Health Care Insurance
Student Health Care
- Hall Health Center
For medical advice during business hours, please call our Consulting Nurse Service at 206-221-2517.
For urgent medical advice when Hall Health Center is closed, call the 24-hour Community Care Line nurse consult service at 206-744-2500.
- Health Sciences Immunization Program
To request copies of your immunization records email firstname.lastname@example.org and include your Student ID in your request.
UW Health & Wellness Program
- Student Care
- Suicide Intervention
- Alcohol & Drugs
- Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence
- Training & Education
- Peer Health Educators
Phone: 206-543-6085 Email: email@example.com
Counseling Center Liaison for the Health Sciences
Jen Nguyen — Liaison to Health Sciences and Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Let’s Talk sessions with Jen Nguyen for School of Dentistry students are available from 6 to 7 PM on Thursday evenings. Register for a Dentistry Let’s Talk session with Jen Nguyen using this Zoom link
Let’s Talk connects UW students with support from experienced counselors from the Counseling Center without an appointment. Counselors hold drop-in hours via videoconference to provide insight, solutions and information about other resources. Let’s Talk drop-in visits are free, confidential and no appointment necessary.
Let’s Talk offers informal consultation – it is not a substitute for regular therapy, counseling or psychiatric care.
There are additional Let’s Talk sessions available to all UW students on Tuesdays or Thursdays from 2-4 PM.
UW Counseling Center
A staff of psychologists and mental health counselors provides brief counseling, assessment, referral, and crisis intervention services to currently enrolled University of Washington students. There is no charge for most services. You may also call the Counseling Center 206-543-1240 to set up an initial consultation.
Husky Help Line
Supported through Telus (formally MySSP) to give students access to same-day, confidential mental health and crisis intervention support, and in multiple languages. There are several ways to connect:
- Phone: Call 206-616-7777 (if you are calling from outside the US or Canada, dial 001-416-380-6578)
- Online chat: Chat with a Telus counselor on Telus website or on the Telus app (Apple App Store | Google Play)
- Download the Telus app (Apple App Store | Google Play) to have the full range of services at your fingertips any time.
Student Veteran Life
The mission of Student Veteran Life is to achieve three main objectives: 1) Create centralized services and programming that supports student veterans and their dependents in their academic endeavors; 2) Grow and strengthen the veteran community and identity by cultivating a sense of pride in the sacrifices that student veterans have made in service to their country; and 3) Represent the unique position and needs of our veteran constituents.
Where justice, equality, compassion and respect prevail.
Sound Mental Health Counseling Services
SMH provides comprehensive outpatient counseling to address a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, workplace concerns and career transitions. Individual, couple, family and group approaches are available. Specially trained clinicians provide treatment for those with chemical dependency, co-occurring substance abuse and mental health disorders.
Asian Counseling and Referral Service
Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization offering a broad array of human services and behavioral health programs to Asian Pacific Americans in King County. ACRS is the largest multiservice organization serving all the different Asian Pacific American communities – immigrants, refugees and American born – in the Pacific Northwest.