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Counseling Services

Ohio University provides FREE COUNSELING services to its students at the Eastern Campus!

Ms. Sarah Day, licensed independent social worker, is available to assist students face-to-face or remotely for counseling services.

  • Counseling can help people who may be struggling with multiple types of issues. 
  • This can include feelings of depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol concerns, family and relationship stresses or conflicts and many other areas that affect how you feel and what you do. 
  • Right now, we are all dealing with a lot of changes and uncertainties, which can be very difficult to cope with. 
  • Talking with someone about it can help!

 

To schedule an appointment, please email Ms. Day at sd418216@ohio.edu.

She will be available to meet with students virtually, by phone, or in person during her office hours:

  • Wednesdays 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
  • Thursday 8:00 am - Noon.
  • Referral services also available.

 

Assistance outside of these hours can be provided at Tri-County Help Center (740-695-5441). Counseling is confidential and totally free. Students do not need insurance to take advantage of counseling services

 

Contact:

Shannon Hall, 307A
Phone: 740-699-2334
E-mail: Sarah Day (sd418216@ohio.edu)
or Tri-County Help Center (740-695-5441 or 1-800-695-1639)

 

Visit here to learn more about additional services that are available for regional campus students.

 

Free Virtual Support Group

For Young Adults 18-25 Years of Age

Provided by NAMI of Greater Wheeling

Join the peer-led virtual support group to share your experiences with mental health and receive support from other attendees.

2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month at 2:00 p.m.

Join the meeting

 

Ohio University offers a Survivor Advocacy Program (SAP).

This service is available to regional campus students!

Our mission is to provide confidential support and advocacy services to student survivors of sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating/domestic violence, and stalking. We work to increase student survivors' access to support and resources through survivor-centered advocacy and empowerment.

We work to give power and control back to the survivor, and they are never expected to disclose details they are not ready to share. At the Survivor Advocacy Program, survivors will be believed and supported.   

Visit here to learn more about what we do, who we are, and how to meet with an advocate.