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University Counseling Services (UCS) is open Monday thru Friday 8 am – 4:30 pm (with the exception of holidays). Students are encouraged to call UCS (660-785-4014) or come into the office in the McKinney Center (same entrance as the Student Health Center) if they are experiencing a psychological emergency or just want to set up an appointment to meet with a counselor at a later time.
UCS also provides an after-hours crisis line that is covered by UCS counselors during the fall and spring semesters. The phone number is 660-665-5621 and this is the phone number for emergency services in Adair County. When you call this number ask to speak to a UCS Counselor and we will call you back in a few minutes.
Counseling Center Location:
Truman State University
100 E. Normal
Kirksville, Missouri 63501
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