Missouri Lawyers’ Assistance Program: www.mobar.org/molap or call 1-800-688-7859
The Missouri Lawyers’ Assistance Program is a professional, confidential counseling program for members of the Missouri Bar, their families, and law students in Missouri. Through a variety of free services, MOLAP helps individuals overcome personal concerns with mental health, substance use, stress, and burnout. Services are free of charge.
MOLAP Director Anne Chambers, LCSW will be available for virtual office hours for Mizzou Law students on these dates this fall:
- 8/27/20 — 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
- 9/22/20 — 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
- 10/27/20 — 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
- 11/17/20 — 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Call 1-800-688-7859 to talk, schedule an appointment, or request a link for face to face sessions through our virtual platform.
Students are not limited to accessing MOLAP services on the dates above, as they are also available 24/7 by phone at 1-800-688-7859.
For more information, visit the MOLAP website at www.mobar.org/molap or call 1-800-688-7859.
MU Counseling Center: 119 Parker Hall (6th St between Elm and Stewart); 573-882-6601
- Hours: Monday-Friday 8 am- 5 pm (24/7 crisis service available by phone: 573-882-6601)
- On-call crisis walk-in services available during regular business hours.
- The average number of appointments per student is four to six, though this can vary depending on the care needed. Services offered include individual psychotherapy; group therapy; crisis intervention; psycho-educational workshops; outreach presentations; consultation to students, faculty, staff and parents; and psychological and educational testing.
- Website: https://counseling.missouri.edu/
- Wait time: depends on the time of year and services needed (e.g. end of the semester they do get pretty backed up, but can still get someone in with extreme case within a week; less extreme case might be able to talk to an on-call clinician, in-person or over the phone)
Student Health Center: 4th-floor University Physicians Medical Bldg., 1101 Hospital Drive; 573-882-7481
- Medical assistance for MU students by appointment (including STI testing):
- Behavioral Health providers available by appointment: 573-882-1483
- Student health fee allows for 4 free sessions, per semester.
- Website: https://studenthealth.missouri.edu/
- Wait time: a few days depending on the provider’s schedule
MU Psychological Services Clinic: Department of Psychological Sciences, 210 McAlester Hall
- Hours: Monday 9am-7pm; Tuesday – Thursday 9am-8pm; Friday 9am-5pm
- These are psychologists, not psychiatrists. Providers available by appointment: 573-882-4677
- Crisis or immediate (i.e. same day) services are not available.
- Services are not free; info on fees can be found on the website
- Website: https://psychology.missouri.edu/psychological-services-clinic
- Wait time: depending on services needed, little as a week (if have insurance); intensive program for bipolar disorder that could take up to 2 months to get into
Missouri Psychiatric Center: 3 Hospital Drive; (573) 882-4141
*Confidential Resource *
- Short term, intensive inpatient treatment services
- Outpatient care including psychotherapy, individual, family and group therapy
- Provide treatment for substance-abuse problems that occur with other psychiatric disorders such as depression or anxiety
- Emergency room assessment unit to help with crisis stabilization
- Website: https://www.muhealth.org/locations/missouri-psychiatric-center
- Wait time: depends on services needed and provider’s schedule
Wellness Resource Center: G202 MU Student Center; (573) 882-4634
- Hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
- The Wellness Resource Center provides various services and programs addressing the
- safe consumption of alcohol, drug-free initiatives and other mental health wellness
- topics. Examples of programs and services include:
- Ask, Listen, Refer – suicide prevention
- CHEERS to the Designated Driver – partnering with local bars across the state to provide free soft drinks to designated drivers
- STAR (Strategies Targeting Alcohol Responsibility) – individually tailored skills program designed to help students drink more responsibly and reduce the risk of negative consequences when they drink
- Relaxation Station – students may stop by during business hours for a 15-minute massage in a massage chair
- Website: https://wellness.missouri.edu/
At-Risk Behaviors Committee: 573-882-6776
- The At-Risk Behaviors Committee helps keep our campus community safe.
- Members meet regularly to identify and coordinate the response to and assistance for people at Mizzou who are in extreme distress and/or who are behaving in ways that are concerning to multiple people on campus. If you are aware of someone who might need assistance, contact the vice chancellor for student affairs at the number listed above.
- Website: https://studentaffairs.missouri.edu/concerned-about-a-student/
Student Accountability and Support Care Coordinator: 573-884-8253
- Information shared with a case manager does not fall under the same confidentiality levels of health care provider or therapist/psychologist. Every effort is made to ensure privacy, and information only is shared on a need-to-know basis.
- Works with students to identify areas causing distress, explore concerns about physical or mental health, notify your college when you are unable to attend class, assist you in a return from hospitalization or other medical treatment, communicate with faculty and staff, find appropriate resources on campus or within the community
- Meets with students and follow-up as long as needed; accepts walk-in appointments
- Contact person: Nicole Logue
- Website: https://accountability.missouri.edu/support/
The American Bar Association in collaboration with the ABA Student Division and ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance (CoLAP) has released a newly updated Substance Use and Mental Health Toolkit for Law Students and Those Who Care About Them. This extensive document includes resources for law students, as well as administrators, faculty, pre-law advisors, student bar associations, and employers.
New to the Disability Center?
If you are an MU student and you have a documented disability, the Disability Center can help you get what you need to have an equal educational opportunity at Mizzou. First you will want to establish an accommodation plan. Freshmen usually establish accommodations during Summer Welcome. You can do this at any time during the semester, however.
To establish accommodations, you will need to complete the following steps:
- Fill out the new student application. You will be asked to login using your MU username and password. If you need to upload any documentation, you will be able to do so when filling out the application.
- Schedule an Access Planning Meeting (APM) with an access advisor in the Disability Center by calling the Disability Center at 573-882-4696.
You may be asked to submit third-party documentation to apply for an accommodation plan. However, if you already have documentation, we encourage you to upload it with your application or bring it with you for your Access Planning Meeting. If you need to submit documentation and you have already completed the new student application, you can send the files by email or fax.
If you have already established accommodations with the Disability Center and need to renew them for the upcoming semester, please log in to myAccess. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the office at 573-882-4696 or via email email@example.com.