Addiction and Substance Abuse Programs (ASAP)
The mission of ASAP is to provide treatment services to the community. 505-925-2400.
Agora Crisis Center
This UNM student-run organization provides free listening and referral services by trained students and community volunteers. 505-277-3013.
Campus Office of Substance Abuse Prevention (COSAP)
COSAP coordinates and develops substance abuse prevention and training programs and policies for the university and larger community. 505-277-2795.
Counseling, Assistance and Referral Service (CARS)
This employee assistance program for UNM staff and faculty provides counseling and referral services. 505-272-6868.
This department of the Student Health Center offers psychological and psychiatric services to UNM students. 505-277-4537.
Dean of Students Office
The Dean of Students Office coordinates New Student Orientation which includes various educational programs regarding campus safety and crime prevention. The Dean of Students Office also administers the enforcement of the Student Code of Conduct and Visitor Code of Conduct. 505-277-3361
Department of Psychology Clinic
This training clinic for Ph.D. students in clinical psychology provides treatment services to the university community and the community at large. 505-277-5164.
Employee Wellness Program
Employee Occupational Health Services
Health Education & Prevention
This department of the Student Health Center is focused on the health and well-being of UNM students. Services include message therapy and two student programs, Peer Educators and Peer Consultants. 505-277-7947.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Questioning (LGBTQ) Resource Center
This center provides service to UNM students, faculty, and staff of all gender identities and sexual orientations through support, advocacy, education and safety. 505-277-0834
Manzanita Counseling Center
Manzanita Counseling Center is a community outreach program provided by the University of New Mexico Counselor Education Program. The Manzanita Counseling Center has been in existence for over 25 years and is the only free counseling clinic in Albuquerque.
Office of Equal Opportunity (OEO)
The Office of Equal Opportunity envisions the University of New Mexico as a community where the value of diversity is recognized and where equal opportunity is afforded for all. Both the Clery Act Compliance Officer and the Title IX Coordinator for UNM are housed in OEO.
Office of Student Activities
The Office of Student Activities coordinates various safety programs for student organizations. 505-277-4706
Psychiatric Emergency Service (PES)
This department of the University Psychiatric Center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergency (life-threatening) services. 505-272-2800.
Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico
This center provides support and advocacy to survivors of sexual assault and abuse throughout Central New Mexico, and serves as a community resource. 505-266-7711.
Residence Life & Student Housing
The Office of Residence Life coordinates programming for residence hall students including programs addressing safety issues. The office also administers a Residence Life discipline system that addresses misconduct by residence hall students within the residence halls. 505-277-8230
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE)
24-hr free medical and forensic exams by trained nurses, emergency contraceptive, treatment for sexually transmitted infection, evidence collection, forensic photography and follow-up services. 505.884.SANE (7263) 24-hr hotline
SHAC provides quality health and counseling services to all UNM students to foster student success. Fees charged at SHAC are much lower than community rates. SHAC is funded in part by student activity fees.
Women's Resource Center
This center promotes, supports and advocates for all women in the university community; it can provide information and referrals. 505-277-3716.