CHWS - Your bridge to medical and mental health services
Located on top floor of Anderson University Center (pictured), in suite 300
PLU Student Health Center
Located at the corner of 121st St. S. and Park Ave. S.
PLU Counseling, Health & Wellness Services
PLU Counseling, Health & Wellness Services (CHWS) provides integrated medical, mental health, and wellness care to enable optimal student overall well-being.
Click below for updates to CHWS operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Proactive Care Services
Check out these videos created by Counseling Center counselors! The Proactive Care video series will be an ongoing project, designed to bring self-help topics to a larger audience, on demand. Keep an eye out as new topics will be added throughout the semester!
Election Season Support
It’s normal to experience many different emotions during this pivotal time in our nation’s history. Please remember to reach out for help when you’re feeling stressed or anxious.
Holiday Gatherings during COVID
Whether you want to draw boundaries, are feeling tempted to push others out of their comfort zone, or just need some ways to figure out if an upcoming event meets your standards for safety, here’s some help.
Lute Telehealth’s TalkNow service is available 24/7 at no cost to give you the tools to address any symptoms or situation.
It’s okay to ask for help! There’s no better time than now to take care of your mental health and well being.
Click the yellow link below to register for free and get connected today!
Providers can discuss:
- Relationship Issues
- Much more
Learn More About Us and Our Mission
Important Information to Review and Know
After Hours Resources
Lute Telehealth: 24/7 medical and mental health services, when it’s not an emergency but you need support – anytime, anywhere.
Urgent mental health support after business hours (including weekends and holidays), contact the Counseling Center Crisis Line at 253-535-7075.
Urgent medical advice after business hours, contact the MultiCare Consulting Nurse Line at 253-792-6410.
For additional community resources, visit Urgent/Emergency Resources.