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Counseling Services

Ohio University provides mental health counseling services to its students at the Eastern Campus. Counseling is confidential and totally free. Students do not need insurance to take advantage of counseling services. Referral services also available.

Emily Williamson, Qualified Behavioral Health Specialist, is available to assist students face-to-face or remotely for counseling services.
To schedule an appointment, please email Emily at emily.williamson@tricountyhelp.org.

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

  • Mondays: 9:00 am - Noon
  • Tuesday: Noon – 4:00pm.

Emily Williamson specializes in coping skills, crisis intervention, emotional support, healthy relationships and is trained in mental health first aid.
Contact: 740.699.2334 | emily.williamson@tricountyhelp.org or Tri-County Help Center (740-695-5441)


Other resources:

Ohio University 24/7 Counselor Hotline

740.593.1616

Tri-County Help Center

104 1/2 North Marietta Street
St. Clairsville, OH 43950
740.695.9344

Crossroads

Substance Abuse Services
255 West Main Street
St. Clairsville, OH 43950
cxroadscounseling.com
740.695.9447 | Hotline 1.888.202.3900

WellTrack

WellTrack is a self-guided interactive online therapy program. The app is free and confidential to Ohio University students. For more info www.ohio.edu/student-affairs/counseling/welltrack

Togetherall

Free online community to support your mental health 24/7. To register: www.account.v2.togetherall.com/register/student and log in with your OHIO ID and password.

Suicide Prevention

National Suicide Prevention Hotline
https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org
Text 4HOPE to 741-741 or call 988
1-800-273-8255

Ohio University offers a Survivor Advocacy Program (SAP).

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.

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