Mental Health Resource Guide

24-Hour Crisis Numbers

Emergency Services


If you are concerned about a fellow student or are seeking personal support you can send an email to the team at

Your contact is kept strictly confidential. Please include a brief description of what the concern is about for the person or yourself. Emails will be responded to within 24 hours during regular weekday business hours from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. If you are concerned about an immediate safety risk to self or others, dial 911. For further information go to the Care Team page.

Wellness & Counseling Office

The Wellness & Counseling Office provides confidential professional consultation and counseling regarding any issue of concern for MSUCOM students. The office also assists students in connecting with referrals near their site. Sessions can be scheduled in-person or arranged on-line by Zoom. Note: if you or someone you are concerned about is threatening suicide or harm to oneself or another dial 911 immediately. 

Counselor contact information:
Dr. John R. Taylor (EL): (517)

MSU Resources

Off-Campus Resources

  • Eve’s House (Lansing, MI): (517) Shelter and supportive services to victims of domestic and sexual violence
  • Brighton Center for Recovery (Brighton, MI): 866-552-5607, Rehabilitation center for assistance with drug or alcohol addiction
  • Detroit Central City Health Center: (313) 578-6123 Mental health, housing, and substance abuse programs
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Michigan Chapter: Facilitates support groups for parents, relatives, or friends of persons with mental illness
  • New Center Community Services (Detroit, MI): (313) 961-3200 Mental health and substance abuse counseling