Counseling & Mental Health Services

Taking care of your emotional health

Taking care of your mental and emotional health is part of taking care of you!

If you’re feeling sad, anxious, or overwhelmed it is hard to do everything on your to-do list, like school, relationships, work, family responsibilities and self-care. We understand your life is demanding — and we want to help you find ways to manage those demands and get the most out of your time at IUPUI.

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We’ll help you find the right mental health service for you

We offer a range of mental health services for IUPUI students and will help you find what is right for you.

While you might assume that you need to work one-on-one with one of our therapists, sometimes a group counseling format is a better option. If you suspect your issues might be related to a learning disorder, we can conduct the appropriate assessments to find out. We can even help you manage your psychiatric medication. If you are looking for off-campus options, we can help you with that as well.

We’ll help you determine what the appropriate option is at your first appointment.

Learn more about counseling options

Crisis services

If you’re experiencing suicidal thoughts, are having trouble completing daily tasks, or are facing an acute stressor that threatens the safety of yourself or others, we’ll get you in for a same-day emergency appointment.

CAPS staff is available 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call us at (317) 274-2548 or come directly to the office at 719 Indiana Ave, Suite 220.

If you are in imminent danger or require immediate assistance, call 911 or the Indiana University Police Department at (317) 274-7911.

For after-hours crisis management or additional support, contact one of the following 24-hour numbers or resources:

  • Crisis and Suicide Hotline: 317-251-7575
  • National Suicide Prevention Line: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Find more crisis resources

Privacy and your records at IUPUI CAPS

The privacy of health-related information, including your records at IUPUI CAPS, is governed by federal and state laws. IUPUI CAPS prioritizes the privacy of your health care information and strives to comply with all related federal and state laws and professional ethical codes. When laws and codes conflict, CAPS will generally apply the more restrictive of policies and consider the health, safety, and well-being of all involved.

Take the first step to better mental health