Personal Counseling

We have licensed therapists available to provide students with psychological support services to help them function more successfully in their campus lives. We offer counseling for students with short-term transitional issues. Students with chronic needs may be referred for outside help at the counseling staff's discretion.

I'm in a Crisis Situation

National Hopeline Network 800.SUICIDE
National Suicide Prevention Hotline 800-273-8255(TALK)
Police  
• University Police
• Portales Police
• Clovis Police
• Police Escort
575.562.2392
575.356.4404
575.769.1921
575.760.2945
Roosevelt County Hospital 575.359.1800
Counseling and Career Services 575.562.2211
On-call Counselor 575.607.5689

 

With the end of the semester approaching, we are not taking questions for The Chase at this time. If you recently sent a question into ENMU Counseling & Career Services, please contact us directly at (575) 562-2211. We will offer you discrete and confidential support and help in any way we can. If this is an emergency, feel free to call our 24-hour crisis support number at (575) 607-5689.


U-Lifeline

U-Lifeline is a site with information on a multitude of topics on life concerns you may be having. To log in:

  1. Go to www.ulifeline.org
  2. Click on “student log in”
  3. Select United States of America
  4. Select New Mexico
  5. A new university selection box will appear. Select Eastern New Mexico University.
  6. Click “log in”

Make an Appointment

You can also call 575.562.2211 to make an appointment with a licensed therapist in our office. Our office is open Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–noon and 1–5 p.m.