Support the Counseling and Mental Health Center
At the Counseling and Mental Health Center, we serve UT’s diverse community by providing innovative and culturally informed mental health programs and services that enhance and support students’ well-being, academic and life goals.
Our peer educators, sponsored student organization, Theatre for Dialogue actor-facilitators and student coordinators reach tens of thousands of students each year with messages of hope, resilience, and practical strategies for wellness. Your generous gift provides support for student involvement activities—activities that help to extend the reach of the Counseling and Mental Health Center.
Voices Against Violence involves students through the VAV student organization and Theatre for Dialogue program. Each year VAV recognizes Sexual Violence Prevention Month and Relationship Violence Prevention Month by hosting events, speak-outs, and workshops.
Peer educators are a big part of CMHC’s outreach. Each year, 20 students enroll in an academic course and learn how to talk with their peers about stress management and resilience—these students have provided hundreds of workshops across campus.
Each year, students help to plan Suicide Prevention Week and Mental Health Promotion Week—both are opportunities to provide the campus community with tools to promote mental health, recognize signs of distress, and prevent suicide.
CMHC students help to plan a variety of events on campus with the goal of enhancing student mental health on campus.