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Student Resources

ResourcePhone NumberDescription
Agora Crisis Center505-277-3013Agora has certified trainers on staff who can help train your organization in suicide awareness and intervention.
Behavioral Assessment and Response Committee (BARC) N/A The Behavioral Assessment and Response Committee (UNM BARC) is here to help you determine if a behavior intervention or a threat assessment is needed. 
Campus Office of Substance Abuse Prevention (COSAP)


 COSAP is the only UNM on-campus program that works to support our student population with a wide array of substance abuse prevention strategies, services, and information to ensure the safety, success, and well-being of UNM students.

Counseling, Assistance & Referral Service (CARS)505-272-6868 CARS promotes a healthy work-life balance by providing on-site services to assist UNM faculty and staff members with professional and personal concerns.
Human Resources505-277-6947 HR provides a wide range of resources for employees.
New Mexico Faith Coalition for Immigrant JusticeCoalition volunteers are willing to accompany any individual to court. Volunteers provide moral support, and serve as observers should any ICE activity occur, documenting activity and offering support to family members.
Outcomes (for University Hospital Employees)505-243-7145 The Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) is one place employees can come with any concerns you may have about diversity or equity-related issues.
Psychiatric Crisis Emergency Telephone505-247-1121 
Psychological and Psychiatric assistnce505-277-3136
Student Health & Counseling (SHAC)505-277-3136 SHAC provides quality health and counseling services to all UNM students to foster student success. 
Substance Abuse and eating disorders505-277-3136
University Hospital Emergency Department505-272-2411A list of resources a our UNM hospitals. 
UNM Addiction & Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)505-925-2400 ASAP provides services to adults and adolescents with a primary substance abuse diagnosis and/or individuals who have a substance abuse disorder along with other mental health issues.
UNM Center on Alcoholism, Substance Abuse and Addictions (CASAA)505-925-2300 At CASAA our first priority is to reduce suffering caused by substance use and other addictive behaviors. We do this by generating high quality prevention and treatment research. 
UNM Employee Health Promotion Program505-272-4460 As part of the Division of Human Resources, Employee Health Promotion (EHP) exists to help UNM faculty and staff stay healthy.
UNM Employee Occupational Health Services505-272-8043 

The University of New Mexico Hospital (UH) Occupational Health Service (OHS) provides the following services to all UH employees:

  • Post-offer health screening for employment purposes
  • Specific immunizations for free based on job description
  • Annual surveillance for specific job descriptions
  • Workers Compensation injury care and follow-up
UNM Psychiatric Center505-272-2800UNM Psychiatric Center is a public, not-for-profit facility providing the full spectrum of behavioral health care for thousands of New Mexicans annually.
UNM Psychology Clinic505-277-5164 
UNM Women's Resource Center505-277-3716 The Women’s Resource Center is a place of advocacy, support, and safety for all members of the University of New Mexico and greater community.