The University of New Mexico is providing a variety of support services and resources to the campus community impacted by the tragic shooting on the Albuquerque campus early Saturday morning.

UNM students are always able to connect to care at any time through Student Health and Counseling (SHAC). Students can contact SHAC for immediate support including its after-hours crisis line which can be accessed by calling SHAC at 505-277-3136, selecting option 3, or calling LoboRespect at 505-277-2911.

For additional UNM Mental Health Resources, available to all Lobos, please see below.

Health and Counseling

Campus Office of Substance Abuse Prevention (COSAP)
COSAP coordinates and develops substance abuse prevention and training programs and policies for the university and larger community. 505-277-2795.

Counseling Services
This department of the Student Health Center offers psychological and psychiatric services to UNM students. 505-277-4537.

Counseling, Assistance and Referral Service (CARS)
This employee assistance program for UNM staff and faculty provides counseling and referral services. 505-272-6868.

Employee Wellness Program

Employee Occupational Health Services

Health Education & Prevention
This department of the Student Health Center is focused on the health and well-being of UNM students. Services include message therapy and two student programs, Peer Educators and Peer Consultants. 505-277-7947.

Manzanita Counseling Center  
Manzanita Counseling Center is a community outreach program provided by the University of New Mexico Counselor Education Program. The Manzanita Counseling Center has been in existence for over 25 years and is the only free counseling clinic in Albuquerque. 

Psychiatric Emergency Service (PES)
This department of the University Psychiatric Center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergency (life-threatening) services. 505-272-2800.

Student Health & Counseling
SHAC provides quality health and counseling services to all UNM students to foster student success. Fees charged at SHAC are much lower than community rates. SHAC is funded in part by student activity fees.

For additional information, visit Resources.

All members of the university community are likely to be processing these difficult events and these resources are available to all students, faculty and staff whether directly impacted or not.

For students seeking academic accommodations, those should first be coordinated with faculty. If students need assistance making academic accommodations, they may also contact LoboRespect.

Campus Safety Reminders
UNM is committed to offering services, information, resources and tools to offer a safe campus to all students, staff, faculty, and visitors. You can contribute to campus safety and preparedness by becoming informed, staying alert and using good judgment. Take advantage of the features on the campus safety site to help protect you and ensure the safety of the UNM community.

Emergency preparedness on a University campus can present many challenges. A campus environment includes not only an extremely large geographical area, but a continuously changing population. Emergency planning must protect people as well as the institution’s operations such as research, athletic and entertainment events, food services, housing and transportation.

If you have any information regarding this incident or notice any suspicious behavior, contact the UNM Police Department at 505.277.2241. Always be aware of your surroundings. LoboGuardian is an app that turns your smartphone into a virtual blue light phone.

For more information about campus safety, visit UNM Campus Safety.