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Additional Resources

Depending on the situation, referring a student to another office, department, or outside entity may be beneficial. Below you will find information on both on- and off-campus resources that may prove useful to students. 

Additional Resources (PDF)

 

Campus Police

Emergency: 911 (9-911 from campus phone)
Non-emergency: 801-585-2677 (5-COPS)

Student Success Advocates

801-587-8556
Mobile location
studentsuccess@utah.edu 

Center for Ethnic Student Affairs

801-581-8151
Union 235

LGBT Resource Center

801-587-7973 
Union 409
lgbtrc@sa.utah.edu 

Center for Student Wellness

801-581-7776
Student Life Center 2100
wellness@sa.utah.edu 

Student Health Center

801-581-6431
555 Foothill Dr, Level 1
debra.elmer@utah.edu 

Feed U - University Food Pantry

801-581-7776
Campus Store, Level 2 
feedufoodpantry@gmail.com 

University Counseling Center

801-581-6826
Student Services Building 426
LWeitzman@sa.utah.edu 

University Neuropsychiatric Unit

Crisis Line: 801-587-3000
Warm Line: 801-587-1055
501 Chipeta Way

Victim-Survivor Advocacy

801-581-7779
Student Services Building 330
advocate@sa.utah.edu 

Rape Recovery Center

801-467-7273
f.abe@raperecoverycenter.org 
(Not affiliated with the University of Utah

 

SafeUT App

The SafeUT Smartphone App provides a Crisis Text and Tip Line through the University Neuropsychiatric Institute that provides real-time crisis intervention to youth through texting and a confidential tip program – right from your smartphone.  

Utah Food Bank

801-908-8660

YWCA (Domestic Violence and Battered Women's Shelter)

322 East Broadway
Salt Lake City, UT 
801-537-8600

Crisis Hotline (Suicide)

801-587-3000

 

We Care About You

MAKE A REPORT

If a person is an immediate threat to themselves or someone else, or is incapable of caring for themselves, call 911.

BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION TEAM

how the Process Works

Response Guide

When to Make a Report

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Last Updated: 5/14/21