Mental Health & Wellness Resources
There are several components of wellness that contribute to our overall mental health and well-being. Here are many of the resources from Student Health Partners and Campus Recreation that are available for MSU Students:
YOU@MSU is a wellness platform that links you to campus resources and helps you set goals and learn skills for health, fitness, academics, campus connections, and mental health. Create your free account with your MSU NetID
WellTrack is a self-help app with information and skills to help with stress managmenet, relaxation, public speaking, depression, and anxiety. Find it here or on your app store. Free for MSU Students!
Explore additional options for self-help on the CPS Self-Help page.
Mental Health Screening
Let's Talk Drop-In
If you have a brief concern, or just want to see if counseling could be helpful, use our Let's Talk drop in option (not for crisis--for crisis appointments visit the counseling center).
Single Session Option
A single session appointment provides students the opportunity to meet with a CPS counselor for support regarding a specific concern. It is meant to be a one-time only appointment and is ideal for students who have determined they are not in need of ongoing counseling services. Students who elect this option will not complete the intake process required for beginning on-going services. To schdule, callCPS for an appointment or visit our main page and select the "Single Session" appt button at the top. If you try to schedule online and it says "none available," please call and we can schedule you manually.
Learn skills to help a friend or student with the free, online Kognito Suicide Prevention training. Students use bozemanstudent and faculty/staff use bozemanemployee as your enrollment key. Visit the Suicide Prevention page for additional training opportunities like QPR and Mental Health First Aid.
MSU Assist is a short guide to help faculty, staff, and those who interact with MSU students support mental health needs or assist those who are in distress.
Social and Peer Support
BIPOC Connection and Healing Space
This meeting is intended for those who identify with underrepresented ethnic identities to provide mutual support and create a sense of community. Meetings are in the DISC Office in SUB 185 on the first Wed of every month; find it on our Group Counseling page to learn more.
Suicide Prevention with Active Minds
Suicide Prevention with Active Minds is our student group to provide mental health awareness and advocacy on campus through events, campaigns, and fundraising.
Project Connect is a peer-facilitated program that helps students meet and get to know students outside of their social group, and build stronger community on campus.
Center for Recovering Students
The Center for Recovering Students offers a variety of support groups and substance-free activities to support students seeking substance-free options or students who are in recovery from substance use.
There are a variety of support groups and classes offered at CPS for students who'd like to receive treatment within a confidential group of peers that is facilitated by staff members.
Wellness, Outdoors, & Activity
Meet one-on-one with a Wellness Coach with Health Advancement to create your own personal path to wellness, whatever that may be.
A variety of Group Fitness classes are available throughout the week to add some fun to fitness and activity.
Meet one-on-one with a personal trainer at the MSU Gym. Options for group training are also available.
Outdoor Rec provides equipment rentals, educational clinics & classes, and hosts recreation trips.
Visit with medical provider at Student Medical Services for a range of medical services, including illness or injury, wellness visits, COVID-19, sexual & reproductive health, mental health, and LGBTQ+ health. Travel Health also provides travel health education, and consultation for those preparing to travel internationally or study abroad.
Routine cleanings and emergency treatment can be provided for most students in addition to complete examinations, fillings, and crowns. Learn more at Dental Services.
The INSIGHT Alcohol & Drug Assistance Center provides substance use assessment and counseling, and the Center for Recovering Students offers a variety of support groups and substance-free social and outdoor activities.
Food & Nutrition
Nutrition counseling, meal planning, and education is available through Nutrition Services.
The Bounty of the Bridgers Food Pantry provides supplemental and emergency food assistance to students, faculty, staff, and family members at no cost. The Office of Off-Campus Student Life provides support and referrals for students experiencing food insecurity, homelessness, or financial difficulties.
The MSU Pharmacy provides prescription and over-the-counter medications (often at a much lower price!).
The MSU VOICE Center is the student, faculty, and staff confidential resource center for individuals impacted by interpersonal violence including relationship violence, sexual assault, and stalking. The VOICE Center provides emotional support and advocacy services to survivors as well as their friends and family. The VOICE Center also provides prevention education services to campus and the Bozeman community through handouts, presentations, workshops, and events. Please access the VOICE Center in person in SUB 370, or call or text the 24/7 confidential line: 406.994.7069
Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: 988
Crisis Text Line: 741741
Bozeman Help Center: 406-586-3333
Mental Health Welfare Check: 911