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Here at the Wellness Center we are on a mission to increase awareness of mental health concerns, connect students to helpful resources on and off campus, and decrease stigma of mental health challenges in our community.
Kitty Cuddle Time
Big Sky Mindfulness Workshop
Self-Love and Happiness Workshop
Visual Journaling Workshop
Interested? Find more information and register for wellness programs here.
The University of Wyoming Wellness Center was awarded a federal SAMHSA Grant to implement Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) in the campus community. MHFA is a comprehensive training that teaches participants how to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental health and substance use concerns among adults by teaching participants de-escalation and crisis intervention strategies. At the Wellness Center, we are dedicated to training UW students, staff, faculty, law enforcement, and the broader public who interact with college students, in MHFA. Our mission during the course of this grant is to increase awareness and skills through training, connect people to appropriate resources, and decrease the stigma surrounding mental health and substance use conditions. If you are interested in learning more about the program, participating in MHFA, or becoming a MHFA Instructor, contact the Wellness Center today!
Offered in partnership with the University Counseling Center as part of the “UW Lifesavers Initiative,” Gatekeepers Training teaches students, staff, faculty, and community members to help identify students at risk of suicide attempts and suicide. The interactive session provides participants with practical skills on how to intervene with a student, friend, or colleague who may be in a suicide crisis. Register for Gatekeepers Training or contact the Wellness Center for more information!
Call or text (307)977-7777 at any time
"The University Counseling Center offers free student counseling services including crisis intervention to currently enrolled University of Wyoming students."
"WellSpring Counseling offers free and confidential counseling services for individuals, couples, families, adults, adolescents, and children. Their services are offered to UW students as well as to the Laramie community."
"The mission of The Psychology Center is to provide affordable, quality mental health care to the campus community and area residents. As a training center for the Clinical Psychology Doctoral program at the University of Wyoming, all assessments and treatment at The Psychology Center are conducted by graduate student therapists under the direct supervision of a licensed clinical psychologist."
CampusWell is an interactive online health and wellness magazine designed specifically for University of Wyoming students that dives into everything from mental health to financial planning.
SAFE Project is a nonprofit in Albany County, Wyoming, that supports survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and family violence. Speak with an advocate at any time by calling their 24-hour Hotline at (307) 745-3556.
"The Human Rights Campaign envisions a world where every member of the LGBTQ+ family has the freedom to live their truth without fear, and with equality under the law."
The Trevor Project is on a mission to end suicide among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning young people.
"24/7, confidential crisis support for Veterans and their loved ones. Individuals do not need to be enrolled in VA benefits or health care to connect."
" ‘Mental health is Health’ is an MTV Entertainment Group initiative rooted in the reality that we all have mental health and need to take care of it like we do our physical health. The initiative aims to normalize conversation, create a connection to resources, and inspire action on mental health."
"ULifeline is an anonymous, confidential, online resource center, where college students can be comfortable searching for the information they need and want regarding emotional health."
"Active Minds is the nation’s premier nonprofit organization supporting mental health awareness and education for young adults. Self Care is an important part of mental health. Learn more about what self care can look like for you."
"Talking can make all the difference. WY We Talk puts health and wellness at the forefront of Wyoming communities by encouraging conversations around important, challenging topics like suicide, substance use and mental health. If it’s hard to talk about, it’s definitely a conversation worth having, and we’re here to help get it started. This is WY We Talk."