The University of Saint Francis offers counseling services for enrolled students at no charge. Students sometimes encounter personal issues or challenges for which they need assistance.
Counseling is private and confidential. Fort Wayne students may call Crosswinds directly at 877-594-9204 to set up a counseling session. USF Crown Point students may call 219.662.3730 or 800.747.7262. If there are questions about counseling services, call Student Affairs at 260.399.8100.
Sexual Harassment/Sexual Assault and Rape/Date Rape
Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr. Robert Pastoor, is the contact person for informal discussions concerning sexual harassment or to make a formal or informal harassment or sexual harassment complaint (260.399.7700 X6745; firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Allen County Prosecutor’s Office
Domestic Violence Complaints, Victim’s Assistance
|Child Advocacy Center||260.407.5437|
|Crime Victim Care of Allen County||260.452.7640|
|Fort Wayne Sexual Assault Treatment Center||260.423.2222|
|Fort Wayne Women’s Bureau
Rape Awareness Program
|YWCA Outreach & Education Services||260.424.4908|
|YWCA Women’s Shelter||260.447.7233|
Community-Based Services & Outpatient Counseling
|Center for Non-Violence:
Men, Women, & Youth Programs
|Children in the Middle (Right Relations, Inc.)||260.436.7578|
|Crossroads – Outpatient Therapy||260.484.4153|
|Life Management Center, Inc.||260.437.1584|
|Park Center – Outpatient Services||260.481.2700|
|Parkview Behavioral Health||260.373.7500|
|St. Joseph Behavioral Health||260.425.3606|
Mental Health Counseling
Mental health counseling is available from the providers listed below. A Crosswinds counselor is on the Fort Wayne campus on Thursday afternoons or students may be seen at the Crosswinds office. Please make an appointment at 877-594-9204 or email@example.com.
Crown Point students may call 219-662-3730 to schedule an appointment.
For additional information, contact the Office of Student Affairs at 260.399.8100 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For emergencies, please call 911.
800.733.5631 (24-hour crisis line)
|Family & Children’s Services||260.744.4326|
|Lutheran Social Services||260.426.3347|
|Samaritan Counseling Center||260.422.8556|
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- Take a depression test.
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- Read about depression and college students.
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- Learn about depression from the Mayo Clinic.
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- Learn about Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder.
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- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or suicidepreventionlifeline.org