Care management supports students throughout their experience at S&T. By identifying immediate needs, connecting with appropriate resources, and working to develop a personalized action plan, the care manager helps students face challenges and support their well-being and success.
Visit caremanagement.mst.edu for more information.
Student Well-Being provides counseling services, health promotion initiatives, and prevention programs to empower the S&T community to thrive and enhance personal, academic, and professional success. For after-business-hours or crisis resources, visit this webpage. Explore campus resources available to help you and others maintain well-being through the Well-Being Quick Reference Guide.
Visit wellbeing.mst.edu for more information.
Equity and Title IX is charged with ensuring Missouri S&T's compliance with University of Missouri System policies and procedures, and state and federal statutes and regulations, in the areas of Title IX, civil rights, and equal opportunity.
Equal Opportunity is and shall be provided for all employees, applicants for employment, students, and visitors to the university without discrimination on the basis of a protected class.
Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex (gender), including sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, sexual assault, relationship (dating and domestic) violence, and stalking.
Visit equity.mst.edu for more information.
Student Health Services provides a variety of health and wellness services to students at Missouri S&T. From labs to flu shots to physicals and counseling, these services are provided by highly qualified health professionals who are dedicated to improving and maintaining the wellness of the entire community. Student Health is here to care for students if they get sick or injured while on campus. They provide non-emergency medical treatment for most illnesses and injuries and serve as an urgent care.
Visit studenthealth.mst.edu for more information.
The mission of Student Disability Services is to assist in creating an inclusive and accessible university community where students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of the educational environment. They cooperate through partnerships with students, faculty, and staff to promote students' independence and to ensure recognition of their abilities.
Visit saat.mst.edu for more information.
Compass Health Network provides family medicine, dental, mental health and alcohol and drug treatment for individuals of all ages. They partner with other community organizations to identify gaps in services. In some communities that means they assist with housing, emergency room diversion services, veterans’ services, suicide prevention as well as other supportive services.
Visit compasshealthnetwork.org for more information.
Mental Health Crisis Line: (888) 237-4567
Phelps Health is a world-class healthcare facility licensed for 242 patient beds. Emergency medical services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
For emergencies, please dial 911.
The psychiatrists and licensed professional counselors at Phelps Health’s Center for Psychiatric Services (the Center Clinic) provide mental health support for people through all stages of life. Patients are treated as valuable human beings who have the potential to become productive, positive, and contributing members of society. Phelps Health provides services to the South-Central Missouri area, including inpatient hospitalization and outpatient services at the Centre Clinic.
Inpatient Services – (573) 458-7444
Outpatient Services – (573) 364-2007
Russell House is a non-profit organization that provides services to victims of family violence and their children. They support the principle that all individuals have a right to a life free of abuse and sexual assault. They seek to break the cycle of violence through increasing public awareness of the problem of domestic violence and sexual assault, acting as advocates for victims, coordinating existing resources for the benefit of survivors and providing safe environment for survivors.
Visit russellhousemo.org for more information.
Crisis Hotline: (800) 988-8340
Business Line: (573) 364-0579
The UM System's Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a confidential, professional service provided to all employees, their families, retirees, and organizational work units. The EAP provides a variety of services to help employees influenced by a range of personal concerns or stressors. The EAP also assists work units and the larger organization to improve quality and productivity.
Visit umsystem.edu/totalrewards/benefits/eap for more information.
Missouri S&T Human Resources and the UM System Office of Human Resources have partnered with ComPsych GuidanceResources to offer EAP services to members of the University community in the Rolla area. The ComPsych resources below are specific to the University.
View the ComPsych GuidanceResources flyer for more information.
ComPsych – (833) 515-0754 (TTY: 800-697-0353)
Hours: 24 hours a day; 7 days a week
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