The Neuroscience Program at the University of Iowa is committed to its students and ensuring that they are connected with the resources they need to succeed.
We believe the path towards achieving your career goals comes with challenges that cannot always be solved at the bench. The University of Iowa and the Neuroscience Program encourage all current and former students to invest time into reviewing this categorically arranged central page designed to support students in achieving a work-life balance.
Below is a growing list of resources pertaining to various aspects of graduate student life, including housing, transportation, health, and wellness. If you are having difficulty finding a resource to suit your needs, please do not hesitate to contact the main office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Parking & Transportation
- Eastern Iowa Airport
- Iowa City Transit
- Coralville Transit
- Commuter Programs
The University of Iowa Department of Human Resources houses the Family Services Office, which offers a wide variety of resources and programs for University of Iowa families. Please visit https://worklife.uiowa.edu/categories/children-family-resources for more information.
University Counseling Service
319-335-7294 | email@example.com
The University Counseling Service is available for students who need someone to talk to as they manage the stress of college and face unexpected challenges or emergencies.
Individual and Graduate Student Support Group
Mental Health at Iowa
Mental Health resources provided at Iowa
Student Health and Wellness
General Phone: 319-335-8370; Appointments: 319-335-8394; Nurse line: 319-335-9704
Student Health and Wellness is also there to help when you're sick or need advice on how to manage stress, nutrition, fitness, or other aspects of creating a healthy lifestyle. They offer individually tailored one-on-one consultations in the areas of:
- Stress management
- Tobacco cessation
- Alcohol and drug use
- Sexual health
The Crisis Center
- Iowa Crisis Chat: https://www.iowacrisischat.org
- Crisis Line: 1-855-325-4286 (Call or Text)
- Support Groups & Advocacy: https://builtbycommunity.org/about/resources/
Mobile Crisis Outreach Program
Mobile Crisis Line:1-855-325-4296 (Call or Text)
Local Crisis Line: 319-351-0140
Address: 1121 S. Gilbert Court, Iowa City, IA 52240
The Mobile Crisis Outreach Program is designed to provide prompt and effective treatment if you are experiencing a mental health emergency, such as an emotional crisis or a psychiatric issue needing medical care right away. With Mobile Crisis Outreach, mental health counselors are dispatched to homes, schools, emergency rooms, or public places where a mental health crisis is occurring. Response time is within 60 minutes of dispatch.
Midweek Meditations take place most Wednesdays from 12:10 to 12:50 p.m. in the Meditation Room of University of Iowa Stead Family children’s Hospital (level 12), and are an opportunity for midweek restoration and renewal open to all, staff, patients and family.
Active Minds at University of Iowa
Student lead organization on campus to change the conversation about mental health: raise awareness, build community, and break the silence.
Weekly meetings every Wednesday from 5-6 pm in Room 347 of the Iowa Memorial Union
Campus Recreation Facilities & Classes
335-9293 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Abbe Center for Community Mental Health
1039 Arthur Street, Iowa City, IA 52240
319-338-7884 | https://www.abbemhc.org/locations
Abbe Center is a non-profit Outpatient Treatment Center with licensed Psychiatrists, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, Psychologists, Social Workers, Nurses, Mental Health Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists and Peer Support Specialists.
Abbe center offers SAME DAY ACCESS (SDA) for Children, Adults and Families Mornings: 8:30am-11:30am Monday-Friday and Afternoons: 2:00pm-4:00pm Monday & Tuesday, 2:00-5:30pm Wednesday. Simply show up and you are seen in the order that you arrive.