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Phoenix Mental Health Resources

Online mental health resources

About this Guide

"People have said, 'Don't cry' to other people for years and years, and all it has ever meant is, 'I'm too uncomfortable when you show your feelings. Don't cry.' I'd rather have them say, 'Go ahead and cry. I'm here to be with you.'"   -- Fred Rogers


About the Mental Health Guide

Welcome! This guide serves as an online resource for mental health and wellness resources curated by Student Counseling and the Health Sciences Library on the Creighton University Health Sciences Campus - Phoenix. We welcome your feedback on the types and variety of information available. We also encourage you to check out the Cura Corner guide for more information and recommendations and/or to visit the physical Cura Corner on the Phoenix campus for mental health and wellness resources, tools, and personal care items.


Phoenix Student Counseling

Counseling is available on the Phoenix campus during business hours to provide individual and group counseling, crisis support, educational resources, consultation, and referral services. To make an appointment, please call Student Counseling Services at 402.280.2735.

Help Someone Form

Help Someone Form

This Help Someone form is rooted in Cura Personalis. It exists to share concerns about students attending Creighton’s Phoenix Health Sciences Campus. 

This form may be used to request support or express concern for others or for yourself. To submit a request for support, report a concern, or report misconduct, please use the linked form below:

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

A national network of local crisis centers that provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in the United States. The Lifeline is committed to improving crisis services and advancing suicide prevention by empowering individuals, advancing professional best practices, and building awareness.

People who call or text the number will be connected to a trained counselor at a crisis center closest to them. If a local crisis center is too busy to respond right away, the call gets routed to one of 16 backup centers around the country.

Physician Support Line

Physician Support Line

A national, free, and confidential support line made up of hundreds of volunteer psychiatrists joined together in the determined hope to provide peer support for our American physician and medical student colleagues as we all navigate our professional and personal lives. 

No appointment necessary. Call the national support line at 1-888-409-0141.