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Mental Health Resources

Below are some mental health resources on and off campus for students to access

Alachua County Crisis Center 1-352-264-6789 (Answers calls from all over US)

218 SE 24th St, Gainesville, FL 32641


LGBTQ Youth Crisis Hotline (Trevor Project)

1-866-488-7386 TransLifeline 

877-565-8860 (Available everyday, 11am–5am) National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

En Español 1-888-628-9454

Deaf/hard of hearing 1-800-799-4889


“COVID-19: College Students Quarantining in Unsupportive Environments Resource List” by The WELLS Healing and Research Collective


Online Grief Support Group

Groups are open to the public and attendees are not engaging in a therapeutic relationship, but rather a supportive community. Each week, your facilitator will walk you through a skill and then open the floor for discussion and support.



GatorWell’s certified wellness coaches are professional health educators who will help you set priorities and identify specific changes you want to make to improve your academic performance. Wellness Coaching is not counseling, but your coach will help you create an individualized action plan.

  • Online Wellness coaching appointments available through Gatorwell

    • Call 352-2734450 or visit


CWC short-term counseling 

In short-term online counseling, you meet via Zoom with a CWC provider, focusing on specific, manageable goals. For example, learning coping skills for times of uncertainty, developing self-help strategies for anxiety, or determining academic priorities while living at home. We recommend you think about some specific, manageable goals prior to starting online counseling.

All sessions are conducted via Zoom in a private and secure setting. Follow this link to learn about using Zoom at UF.


*The UF Counseling and Wellness center has put together an expansive list of COVID resources available at both the national and local level, Make sure to check it out! : 

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