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Resources Provided

  • Are you of Indian descent or are you going to be a graduate student attending the University or Minnesota? Join our facebook group where you can ask questions about UMN (i.e. housing, campus) and meet new people.

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Identifying and defining Domestic and/or Intimate Partner Violence and Creating a community for LGBTQ+ in the South Asian community.

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​Resources Provided

  • Identifying and defining Domestic and/or Intimate Partner Violence

  • Creating a community for LGBTQ+ in the South Asian community.

    • SAQL: this group is exclusively for Queers with South Asian ethnic identity

    • SAQL+: this group is open for both LGBTQ+ and their allies (all genders, races, and ethnic identities)

    • Resources available for individuals and organizations​

​Contact/Crisis Line

  • Get Help: 211

  • SEWA Crisis Line: 952-912-9100

  • National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233

  • LGBTQ+ Domestic Violence Hotline: 612-824-8434

  • Teen Dating Violence Hotline: 866-331-9474

Resources Provided

Provides free and confidential space for students, faculty, and staff affiliated with the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, and Augsburg University who are victims/survivors/concerned people of: 

  • sexual assault

  • relationship violence

  • stalking

  • sexual harassment.

​Contact/Crisis Line

  • Staff are virtually available during business hours (Monday-Friday 8 am - 4:30 pm)

  • Phone Number: 612-626-2929

  • Email: aurora@umn.edu

  • 24-hour Crisis Hotline: 612-615-9111

  • Textline: 612-615-8911

Services to help reach personal, academic, and career goals. Located in East Bank and St. Paul campus. Offers telehealth services during COVID-19.

STUDENT COUNSELING SERVCIES
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​Resources Provided

  • Individual Counseling

  • Academic Coaching

  • Group Series

  • Workshop Series

​Contact/Crisis Line

  • Walk-in Hours

    • Mon-Wed 9 am - 3:30 pm

    • Thu 10 am-3:30

  • Office Hours

    • Mon-Wed, Fri 8:00am-4:30pm

    • Thu 8:00am-9:00am, 10am-4:30pm

Counseling and psychiatric treatment in East Bank and St. Paul campus. Offers telehealth services during COVID-19.

BOYNTON HEALTH
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Resources Provided

  • Individual Therapy

  • Couples Therapy

  • Group Therapy

  • Urgent/Crisis Consultation

  • Medication Assessment/Management

  • Social Work Help

  • Eating Disorder Services

  • ADD/ADHD Treatment

  • Alcohol and Chemical Health Services

  • Emotional Support Animals

​Contact/Crisis Line

  • To schedule: 612-624-144​

  • University Crisis Line: 612-301-4673

  • Urgent Care Counselor: 612-625-8475

  • After Hours Emergency TEXT “UMN” to 61222

Confidential, free online programs to help with stress, depression, social anxiety, and insomnia.

Resources Provided

Offers Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

  • Hundreds of studies have shown that CBT is a powerful solution to problems like anxiety and depression. When CBT tools are delivered online, they're as effective as face-to-face sessions, making this a smart option for those who prefer online to in-office meetings.

​Contact/Crisis Line

  • Phone Number: 800-406-7457

  • Office Line: 1-800-406-7457

  • Learn to Live, Inc:

    • 510 North 1st Ave, Suite 601 Minneapolis, MN 55403

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Free, confidential, walk-in based consultations for students seeking one-time/few-time perspectives of a counselor.

​Resources Provided

Counselors with this program are meant to listen to specific problems, provide support, help explore solutions, and give information about other resources.