Mental Health and Wellness Resources

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Cleveland-Marshall is a student-centered law school. We strive to open doors and open minds and provide a level of accessibility, support, encouragement and interaction that many law schools don’t offer. Our first priority is our students’ first-class, quality legal education, but we also care about your happiness, mental health, and well-being.

We expect all members of our community to follow the CSU Policy Against Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Violence and Retaliation and to report incidents of discrimination, harassment, sexual violence and retaliation to the Office for Institutional Equity.

We encourage students to familiarize themselves with a variety of campus resources to promote student wellbeing and success:

Office of Institutional Equity: Office for Institutional Equity (OIE) is responsible for the administration of the University's equal opportunity and affirmative action policies, programs and procedures. You can contact OIE by email at OIEnull@csuohio.nulledu or call 216-687-2223.

CSU Department of Student Life (SC 319): provides services and programs to enhance your experience as a student.

LGBTQ+ Student Services (MC 211): provides resources, support, and educational programming that promotes the academic and personal growth and development of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning students and their allies.

CSU CARE Team - The CARE team supports the wellbeing of students. All referrals to the CARE Team should be sent to MagnusACTSnull@csuohio.nulledu

CSU Health and Wellness Center: Located in the Center for Innovations in Medical Professions, 2112 Euclid Avenue, Room 205, CSU Health & Wellness Services is a high quality medical facility committed to serving the medical needs of the CSU community.

Counseling Center, Union Bldg, 220 - right across the street from the Law School: meet with a psychologist or doctoral student in Counseling Psychology for mental health or adjustment concerns. Call to schedule today: 216-687-2277. 

  • Therapy
  • Crisis walk-in (Monday - Friday, 1:00 - 3:00)
  • After-hours phone counseling
  • Psychiatry for medication prescription
  • Assessment for ADHD or Learning Disability 

Counseling and Academic Success Clinic (CASC), MC 215D: meet with a master's student in Clinical Mental Health to discuss stress and coping with milder mental health concerns. Call 216-687-9325 or walk in.
Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, SC 319: meet with a counselor or advocate for help with recent or past sexual assault or abuse. Call or text: 216-619-6192. 

Crisis Lines:
Crisis Text Line: Text HOME to 741-741
Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
Counseling Center after-hours: 216-687-2277

For additional resources, check out Vikes Care! 

Remember, also, that off-campus resources exist to help you too:

Ohio Lawyers Assistance Program, If you or a fellow student you know have mental, emotional or addiction concerns, contact the Ohio Lawyers Assistance Program (OLAP). Your confidentiality, and the confidentiality of anyone about whom you express concerns will be protected.

Phone: 1-800-348-4343

Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation: 614-429-1528

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): 1-800-950-6264

Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services: 614-466-2596

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