Student Counseling Center

Our Services

Our trained staff offers support for a variety of personal and emotional issues including:

Click the links above to check out some valuable resources!

We offer classroom presentations and outreach workshops, as well. Contact us at 574-520-4125 with requests for specific presentation topics.

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In Case of Emergency

If you or someone else is experiencing a mental health emergency after hours please contact one of the following community resources:

  • Contact 911
  • Call Memorial Epworth Center at (574) 647-8400
  • Go to Memorial Epworth Center at 420 N. Niles Ave., South Bend, IN
  • Or go directly to the nearest Hospital Emergency Room
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255), (Note: this service is not affiliated with Indiana University.)

TITAN STRONG: #Together We Commit

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Active Minds

Active Minds is a national organization dedicated to changing the conversation about mental health at colleges and universitiesacross North America. The IU South Bend chapter was established in 2016, serving as a student-led organization committed to "letting people in your life know that you're available and willing to help and support them and their mental health needs". We invite members of our campus community to learn more on how to be the best ally possible to others experiencing mental health need. Please remember, it's okay to ask for help!!!

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Campus Ally Network

The Student Counseling Center (SCC) is a safe place for students, staff, faculty, and alumni to foster community and share resources regarding sexual orientation and gender identity. All staff at the SCC embrace every opportunity to be the best ally possible to our IU South Bend community. Together, we are stronger!

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QPR Institute

QPR — Question, Persuade, Refer

The Student Counseling Center offers QPR Gatekeeper training to the IU South Bend campus community. QPR is a nationally recognized program that teaches participants to recognize the warning signs, clues, and communications of people contemplating suicide and to help save a life. Certified Gatekeeper training is offered in small-group settings and takes about 1.5 hrs. Contact us at 574-520-4125 for more information.

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