Hillel UW was the first Hillel in the country to offer a counseling program to serve Jewish young adults on campus and throughout the community. The Hillel Counseling Program is a joint project of Hillel UW and Jewish Family Service.
Counseling can help you navigate life’s twists and turns. You may find one-on-one counseling helpful for:
• Interfaith dating
• LGBTQ, coming out and gender identity issues
• Eating and body image issues
• Substance abuse and recovery
• Pre-marital concerns
• Grief and loss
• Violence and abuse
• Job-related concerns
• Jewish identity issues
Hillel counseling services are:
- Confidential and affordable
- Available to Jewish undergraduate and graduate students. Referrals also available for young adults who are part of our Jconnect community.
- Short- or long-term as needed
Hillel UW is currently in the process of hiring a new counselor.
If you are a new client or are looking for counseling resources, this list may be a helpful place to start:
- King Country Crisis Connections (24 hour phone support), 206-461-3222, https://www.crisisconnections.org/24-hour-crisis-line/
- UW Counseling Center, 401 Schmitz Hall, 206-543-1240, http://www.washington.edu/counseling/
- UW Hall Health – Mental Health Clinic (Counseling/Psychiatry), 206-543-5030, http://depts.washington.edu/hhpccweb/project/mental-health-clinic/
- Jewish Family Services Counseling Program, 206-861-3152, firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a current client and would like to resume counseling at Hillel in the future, the safest bet is to wait until September 2019 and reach out again or to contact Hillel staff or JFS staff to find out when a therapist will begin seeing counseling clients here at UW Hillel.
- Hillel UW Counseling Program, 206- 527-1997 (Main number), 206-525-6842 (Counseling line), Counselor@uwhillel.org