currently enrolled at the University of Notre Dame are eligible
for counseling services.
Whether you are faculty,
staff, student, friend, or relative, if you are concerned about
a Notre Dame student who is in crisis,
you may call to consult with a UCC staff counselor who is on-call
to discuss how you may refer the student to seek services at UCC.
Our staff can also consult with you regarding ways to deal with
behavioral or emotional problems experienced by students on campus.
Call (574) 631-7336 during regular office hours (9:00 - 5:00 Monday
through Friday). You may call after hours if the student's crisis
is serious and represents an immediate emergency. Notre Dame faculty,
staff, and student groups are also eligible to call UCC to request
other types of consultation, such as educational, program, or
Notre Dame faculty,
staff, and student groups are eligible to call UCC to request
one or more of our staff to present a workshop
or program to your class, group, or organization.
If you are not a degree-seeking
student currently enrolled at Notre Dame, there are other mental
health resources in the larger local community including the Madison
Center (574-234-0061) and the Family and Children's Center
). Additional community referrals, resources and
self help groups can be found by calling the Help Line at 574-232-2522.
Notre Dame faculty and staff who would like to seek a no-cost
confidential evaluation and referrals for counseling, mental health,
legal or other services can contact the EMPLOYEE
ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP) administered through the Human Resources
Department. The employee may contact an EAP professional at 574-287-1879.
you are interested in receiving marital or couples counseling,
you may contact the Marital
Therapy and Research Clinic, which is located on Douglas Road
just north of campus. The Marital Therapy and Research Clinic
is a non-profit research, training, and service organization affiliated
with the University of Notre Dame's Department of Psychology.
Established as both a research center for the study of marital
relations and a training site for graduate-level marriage counselors,
the Clinic also provides quality, research-supported psychological
services to couples in South Bend and the surrounding community.