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Phone: (512) 471-3515 - Student Services Building 5th Floor
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Join the CMHC Student Organization!

The Counseling and Mental Health Center (CMHC) Student Organization seeks to promote mental health for all UT students.

We support CMHC by:

  • educating students about CMHC resources
  • providing opportunities for students to help reduce stigma about mental health
  • engaging students in promoting mental health on campus
  • involving students in planning and developing CMHC events such as Suicide Prevention Week and the UT Unplugs Campaign.
  • fundraising for CMHC

We also sponsor fun social events, offer opportunities to volunteer with mental health organizations in the Austin community, and invite guest speakers to address mental health issues at our meetings.

Meetings are held bi-weekly on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 pm in The POWER House, located in SSB room G1.400H. For more information about us, please contact our advisor, Kelsey Lammy.

Student Advisory Committee

Each year students are invited to apply and are selected for a one-year position to provide undergraduate and graduate student perspectives on CMHC services and programs.

Applications for the committee have closed for 2015-16. If you are interested in learning more, contact Katy Redd at kredd@austin.utexas.edu

CMHC Street Team (List Serv)

Students, get involved to spread the word about CMHC events and opportunities! To join, email Marian Trattner

VAV Class and Sponsored Student Org

Click here to find ways to get involved with VAV.
For information about the VAV Sponsored Student Org, contact Erin Burrows

CMHC Peer Education Program

Interested in making a positive impact on the mental health of fellow students while earning academic credit? This might be the course for you! Students in this class will be trained as mental health peer educators and will deliver workshops for the campus community. Students will become familiar with public health theory, positive psychology, and emotional wellness for college students. Contact Marian Trattner, the course instructor, to learn more click here. To sign up contact: mtrattner@austin.utexas.edu or 512-475-6962.

To Write Love On Her Arms (TWLOHA)

TWLOHA is a student organization promoting mental health. For more information, see the Student Organization Database or contact staff advisor, Marian Trattner

CMHC Social Media

Stay up to date with CMHC by becoming a fan on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and check out our YouTube account.


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