Health & Wellness Resources


Student counseling services are available through the EAP office, which offers unlimited, free, confidential assessment, short-term counseling and referral, if necessary, to Allen College students to address:

  •  personal issues (marriage, divorce, grief/loss, parenting, etc.),
  •  mental health concerns (depression, general or test anxiety, etc.) and
  •  job/school-related issues (stress, work conflicts, etc.).

You do not need a referral to EAP; just call to schedule an appointment or request additional information about their services. When you call, identify yourself as an Allen College student.

Face-to-face sessions and virtual appointments are available via smartphone, tablet or computer.

The UnityPoint Health – Mental Health Walk-in Clinic offers counseling sessions to individuals age 18 and over on a walk-in basis - no appointment necessary. Licensed behavioral health professionals provide services including:

  • crisis counseling
  • medication prescribing
  • referral to outpatient mental health services
  • connection to other community resources
  • triage for emergent/critical behavioral health intervention


The Mental Health Walk-In Clinic is located at 164 W Dale St. Suite 6B, Use Allen Hospital Entrance 6B. You can contact the Mental Health Walk-In Clinic at (319) 226-2106.
Health Insurance

While Allen College does not require students to have insurance coverage, health insurance opportunities are available for enrolled students.   

Detailed information outlining the health insurance options is available through the following organizations: