If you or someone you care about is in a crisis situation, and there is the potential of harm to self or others, the closest hospital emergency department is the place to go for immediate care. The emergency department closest to MSU is at Sparrow Hospital on 1215 E. Michigan Avenue in Lansing.

Welcome to Mental Health Resources!

Your source for Mental Health services available on the MSU campus.

MSU Counseling Center

MSU Counseling Center
For: MSU Students, Parents, Faculty, Staff

Welcome to the MSU Counseling Center. We provide confidential counseling services to all MSU registered students. We also provide testing services to both students and the general public.

Welcome to the MSU Counseling Center. We provide confidential counseling services to all MSU registered students. We also provide testing services to both students and the general public.

The MSU Counseling Center is the central access point for mental health services for enrolled MSU students. We do not serve individuals who are not currently enrolled at MSU. The MSU Counseling Center offers time-limited individual and group counseling, as well as a variety of prevention and consultation services to MSU students, faculty, staff, and parents.

Location: 556 East Circle Drive 207 Student Services Bld., East Lansing, MI 48824 (View Map)
Phone: (517) 355-8270
TTY: (517)353-7278


MSU Olin Health Center Psychiatry Clinic

MSU Online Health Center Psychiatry Clinic
For: MSU Students, Parents, Faculty, Staff

Consultation and treatment is provided to MSU students for a wide range of mental health concerns including: mood and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, alcohol/substance abuse, and psychosis.

Consultation and treatment is provided to MSU students for a wide range of mental health concerns including: mood and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, alcohol/substance abuse, and psychosis. Students with mental health concerns who desire consultation/treatment with a psychiatrist should first present to the Counseling Center.

Enrolled MSU students receive the first three psychiatry visits at no charge.

Location: Olin Health Center is located on the north end of campus on East Circle Drive. The Olin Psychiatry Clinic is located on the first floor. (View Map)


MSU EAP (Employee Assistance Program)

MSU EAP (Employee Assistance Program)
For: MSU Faculty, Staff and Graduate Student Employees

EAP staff provides emotional support and short term counseling (up to 6 sessions) to current/retired MSU employees, employed graduate students and the immediate family members for persons in these groups.

EAP staff provides emotional support and short term counseling (up to 6 sessions) to current/retired MSU employees, employed graduate students and the immediate family members for persons in these groups. Services are designed to assist employees and their families work through life changes, expected and unexpected events, chronic physical and emotional health issues, and work/life balance concerns.

EAP services are confidential, free of charge, and part of the benefits of employment at MSU.

Phone: (517) 355-4506
Fax: (517) 432-0155
Location: MSU EAP is located on the third floor of Olin Health Center, room 330. (View Map)
Email: eap@ht.msu.edu


MSU Health4U Program

MSU Health4U Program
For: MSU Faculty, Staff and Graduate Student Employees

Michigan State's employee health promotion program includes a focus on emotional wellness, nutritional health, and other lifestyle areas that can impact a person's mental and physical functioning.

Michigan State's employee health promotion program includes a focus on emotional wellness, nutritional health, and other lifestyle areas that can impact a person's mental and physical functioning. Stress reduction workshops, emotional wellness classes, and one-on-one coaching are available to assist employees and their partners learn about and enhance their emotional health. The Health4U serves faculty and staff, retired faculty and staff, current graduate student employees and the spouses and partners of individuals from any of these groups.

Phone: (517) 353-2596
Fax: (517) 432-0155
Location: Health4U is located on the third floor of Olin Health Center, room 330 (View Map)
Email: health4u@ht.msu.edu


MSU Psychiatry Clinic

MSU Psychiatry Clinic
For: The General Public

The Department of Psychiatry is part of MSU HealthTeam and provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment for adults, adolescents, children, college students, young adults, and the elderly with a wide variety of mental health disorders.

The Department of Psychiatry is part of MSU HealthTeam and provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment for adults, adolescents, children, college students, young adults, and the elderly with a wide variety of mental health disorders.

Phone: (517) 353-3070
Location: The MSU Psychiatry Practice is located on the first floor of West Fee Hall. (View Map)


MSU Psychological Clinic

MSU Psychological Clinic
For: The General Public

The MSU Psychological Clinic provides psychological assessments and therapy services to the general public.

The MSU Psychological Clinic provides psychological assessments and therapy services to the general public; including adults, adolescents, children, college students, young adults, and the elderly. Fee for services at the Clinic is set on an income-adjusted basis.

Phone: (517) 355-9564
Location: The MSU Psychology Clinic is located in the Psychology Building. (View Map)


MSU Family and Child Clinic

MSU Family and Child Clinic
For: Families, Couples and Individuals

The MSU Family & Child Clinic is the clinical facility of the Ph.D. specialization in Marriage & Family Therapy (MFT). All therapy is conducted by MFT doctoral interns under the supervision of clinical faculty.

The MSU Family & Child Clinic is the clinical facility of the Ph.D. specialization in Marriage & Family Therapy (MFT). All therapy is conducted by MFT doctoral interns under the supervision of clinical faculty. The Clinic provides therapeutic services for families, couples and individuals of all ages. Services are available at a reduced fee.

Phone: (517) 432-2272
Location: The MSU Family and Child Clinic is located in Suite A233 in the MSU Clinical Center on Service Road. (View Map)


Suicide Prevention

National Suicide Prevention LifelineNational Suicide Prevention Lifeline

24 Hour Emergency Service
1-800-273-TALK (8255)

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Emergency Information

MSU Counseling Sexual Assault Program
24 Hour Crisis Line
(517) 372-6666

Community Mental Health
24 Hour Emergency Service
(800) 372-8460
(517) 346-8460

MSU Police and Public Safety
24 Hour Emergency Service
DIAL 911
(517) 355-2221 Business Line

End Violent Encounters (EVE, Inc.)
24 Hour Emergency Service
(517) 372-5572 Crisis Line

Contact Us

Counseling Center
207 Student Services Bld.
East Lansing, MI 48824

Tel: (517) 355-8270
Fax: (517)353-5582
TTY: (517)353-7278

Additional Resources

MSU Family Resource Center

For a wide range of resources to assist with eldercare, childcare, work/life balance and other issues.
Visit the Website

MSU Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities (RCPD)

For Psychiatric disabilities.
Visit the Website

MSU Safe Place (Relationship Violence and Stalking Program )

For MSU Community, retirees, their partners, and children who are experiencing an emotionally, physically or sexually abusive relationship. MSU Safe Place offers advocacy, counseling, support groups, temporary shelter and community education.

(517) 355-1100 Business Line
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