Counseling Services at Angelo State University provides short-term therapy to ASU students. Whether you are suffering from issues like depression, anxiety, adjustment issues, relationship problems, academic concerns, emergencies, or trauma, we are here to help.
If you are experiencing a life-threatening situation, call 911 immediately or go to your nearest emergency room.
Are you having a mental health crisis?
In the last seven days, have you:
- Created a plan to attempt suicide or inflict serious bodily harm on someone else?
- Attempted suicide or made verbal or written threats to do so?
- Been physically and/or sexually assaulted?
- Heard or seen things that may not be real?
- Had a severe reaction to a psychiatric medication?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be having a mental health crisis. Please visit Counseling Services between 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., go to the nearest emergency room, or call the 24/7 ASU Crisis Helpline at 325-486-6345
Are you concerned about someone else?
If you are concerned someone on campus is a threat to themselves or others, you have several options.
- If you believe there is an imminent threat, contact campus police at 325-942-2071 or dial 911 immediately.
- If you would like guidance on how to talk to a friend or colleague, contact Counseling Services at 325-942-2371 to set up an appointment.
- If you would like someone from the university to reach out to the concerned individual, please fill out a Students of Concern Form.