Resources for up-to-date and accurate information on COVID-19 and how to deal with some of the stress and anxiety you may be feeling.
Information about mental health crises, sexual assault and local area crisis resources.
Need information on a topic but not sure where to look? Our online resources page provides links on a large number of topics.
Veterans & Military Members
Whether you are a veteran or an active duty military service member, being a college student offers some unique challenges. Counseling and Wellness Services is here to offer resource information, referral information and support in navigating the world of higher education. Please stop in, send an email, or visit UIU’s Military and Veterans Service Center to learn how we can support you! Please see our Online Resources page and the links that support Vets and Active Duty Military.
Counseling services are available virtually during our office hours.
Resources for Parents
UIU Counseling Services is available as a resource for parents who have a concern about their student. Please contact the Director of Counseling and Wellness Services at 563-425-5786; the director of counseling will assist you and problem-solve concerns within the limits of confidentiality. Please note that the director of counseling is limited by law as to what information can be shared with you if a release of information has not been completed.
The Jed Foundation
The Jed Foundation, a nonprofit organization working to prevent suicide and promote mental health among college students, offers excellent suggestions in an article called “Protecting Your Child’s Mental Health: What Parents Can Do.”