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Retriever Integrated Health (RIH)

Retriever Integrated Health (RIH) brings together University Health Services, Office of Health Promotion, and the Counseling Center to work in a collaborative, holistic approach to support your well-being and success. Our team is committed to providing the UMBC community with high quality services, support, and resources. RIH is an interdisciplinary team that includes our administrative staff members and a variety of healthcare professionals, representing disciplines of acupuncture, dietetics, health education, massage, nursing, medicine, psychiatry, psychology, public health, and social work.

Hours of Operation: M – F 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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Counseling Center

The Counseling Center exists to offer professional psychological services to UMBC students to enhance their personal growth, enrich their lives, and maximize their ability to function successfully academically. The Counseling Center further strives to contribute to the mental and emotional health of the campus community through consultation, outreach, training and educational programs. All professional services at the Counseling Center are provided or supervised by licensed clinicians. Services include individual counseling, group counseling, and a variety of psycho-educational programming (e.g., time management, stress management, test anxiety, procrastination). Both personal and career concerns can be addressed at the Counseling Center, and all counseling services are free and confidential.


University Health Services

University Health Services (UHS) is committed to providing high-quality, effective health care and health education services to the UMBC campus community. UHS assists students, faculty and staff in becoming knowledgeable consumers in the health care system and maintaining a healthy campus community.


Office of Health Promotion

The Office of Health uses public health approaches to support the health and wellbeing of UMBC students. Using health education programming, effective health communication strategies, and behavior change strategies to support students individually and as an entire community. The Office of Health Promotions includes the Peer Health Education Internship Program, which trains students to develop health education programs and facilitate workshops to support student well-being.