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Avery Point

Mental Health Resource Center

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While college is meant to be a fun, rewarding experience, it is not without its challenges. Many college students face academic, financial and personal stressors that can impact their health and wellness. The UConn Avery Point Mental Health Resource Center is here to help! A full time Case Manager is available to support students by providing assessments that can lead to brief intervention or being connected with outside services via an extensive referral network. All meetings are confidential in accordance with Connecticut state privacy laws and records are not available to individuals or agencies, either on or off campus, without a student’s specific written permission.

To schedule an appointment, please contact:

Jessica Musgrove, LMFT

Case Manager
P: 860-405-9044                                                                                                                                                                                         F: 860-405-9262
E: Jessica.musgrove@uconn.edu

Branford House, Room 315
Monday-Friday 9am-4pm
By Appointment

Walk in:
M, W, F 1:30-2:30
T, Th 11-12

EMERGENCY/CRISIS INFORMATION

Campus Police 911 or (860) 486-4800

Southeastern Mental Health Authority 24 hour crisis line (860) 886-9302

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 24 hour crisis line 800-273-TALK (8255)

Crisis Text 24 hour Crisis line Text 741741

National Sexual Assault Hotline  800-656-HOPE (4673)

Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Eastern Connecticut 24-hour hotline (860) 456-2789

*Please contact Case Manager for information regarding specific referrals to mental health services with community providers.

Faculty and Staff Information:

*Coming soon*

Diversity Statement

The UConn Avery Point Mental Health Resource Center is committed to creating a safe and welcoming environment for the UConn Avery Point community.  We celebrate and honor the uniqueness and diversity of all individuals. We promote social justice and inclusivity throughout UConn and the broader global community through our coordination of services, collaboration with community providers, outreach, and events.

Emergency

If you are on campus and require emergency psychiatric assistance, call (860) 486-4800 for UConn Police. If you are off campus and require emergency assistance, call 911 or visit your local emergency room.