UMR Student Health Services is free to all students and provides a variety of diagnosis, treatment and referral options for both physical and mental wellbeing.
We understand that sending a child off to college is one of the most joyful and potentially stressful times of a parent's life. We also understand how exciting yet stressful it can be for the student, as new responsibilities, challenges and pressures can extend well beyond the classroom.
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, Talk One-2-One is there... for our students... your child... and you! Talk One-2-One is available for parents who may be concerned about their student. If you sense your student is lonely, anxious, withdrawn or depressed, but aren't sure how to approach this conversation with your child, Talk One-2-One can help. We'll give you tips to help encourage your student to reach out for help.
Talk One-2-One is a service of AllOne Health Resources.
Disability Services is the office which works with students with all types of disability conditions, including students with psychiatric, physical, and learing disabilities. Students who have a diagnosed severe and persistent mental health condition may be entitled to reasonable accommodations.
UMR students receive a monthly health and wellness newsletter in an interactive, online format. Topics are timely and include many issues of concern and interest to college students and their families. Students can visit http://readsh101.com/umn.html to read the latest issue, or visit http://readsh101.com/a/umn.html to view the archive of past issues. There is also an issue just for you! You can view the latest issue of "The Parent Perspective" each month http://readsh101.com/umn-pp.html.