Concordia's Counseling Center is here to help you balance the emotional, social and educational aspects of your life. We offer free individual, couple and group counseling services to all enrolled students.
The Concordia Counseling Center is closed from June 1 – Aug 1.
If you, or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call 911.
Even though our center is closed, there are many resources available in the community, including regular counseling services and crisis services. Below are some common resources students use in the summer.
Concordia Campus Security/Public Safety - 218-299-3123
Crisis services that provide free emotional support 24/7:
- Mobile Mental Health Crisis Response (specifically for the Moorhead area): 1-800-223-4512
- FirstLink 24-Hr Suicide Lifeline (available nation-wide): 1-800-273-8255
- Crisis Text Line (available nation-wide): Text HOME to 741741
Resources to help students connect with a therapist in their area:
- Find a therapist: Locate a Counselor Near You. Or, Therapists Near You
- Those who identify within the LGBTQ community will find counselors available 24/7 at The Trevor Project– they are able to communicate with you through a variety of platforms (email, online chat, text, call).
Resources for students struggling with loneliness and don’t feel ready to connect with a mental health provider:
- 7cups.com. 7cups is an anonymous, on-demand, emotional health service that connects students to “trained listeners” for no cost at all. It is a great resource to help students connect with others for emotional connection during a time of increased isolation. 7cups can also serve as an online therapy provider.
Resources for students struggling with increased anxiety related to COVID-19:
- The Wellness Society’s free Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook contains a plethora of free resources and information.
- 7 Science-based strategies to help manage coronavirus related anxiety
Counseling Center & Disability Services
Academic Year - Schedule an Appointment
Stop by our office in Old Main 109A, call us at 218.299.3514, or request an appointment online. Appointments are usually available within one week.
In Case of an Emergency
If an emergency occurs during business hours, please contact the Counseling Center and ask to speak to a counselor immediately. If after hours, contact Campus Security at 218.299.3123 or 911.
Include, but are not limited to:
- Personal growth
- Interpersonal relationships
- Grief and loss
- Eating problems/body image
- Alcohol/drug abuse referral source
- Rape and crisis counseling