UHM CSDC Social Media Terms and Conditions

Consistent with our mission, the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa's (UHM) Counseling and Student Development Center (CSDC) uses social media to increase awareness of services, promote mental health, and maintain an open dialogue with our campus community regarding mental health issues. Our social media platforms are designed for public education and not for the provision of clinical care.

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We welcome dialogue through our social media platforms through comments, “likes,” etc. All content will be reviewed before posting. CSDC staff reserve the right to not publish user postings and to remove the postings without notice or explanation. The reasons that we would refuse or remove a posting include but are not limited to:

  • Abusive language including oppressive slurs.
  • Threats of violence.
  • Pornographic or sexually explicit material.
  • Illegal activities.
  • Spam/Commercial advertising.
  • Off-topic comments.

Communications on social media are considered public domain and are not protected by any confidentiality clause. In addition, users of our social media platforms should be aware that third party sites (like Facebook) have their own privacy and personal information policies. We encourage users to become aware of these policies and to proceed with their navigation of our platforms accordingly.

It is not possible to make immediate contact with a CSDC counselor through our social media platforms. To speak with a counselor, call our center at (808) 956-7927 or walk into our center during business hours (8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday excluding State and most federal holidays).

We also offer crisis walk-in services during business hours. We are located at 2600 Campus Road, QLCSS Building, Room 312, Honolulu, HI 96822. Our services are available for all UHM students.

If you need to speak with a counselor, urgently or after hours, you may call the Hawaiʻi CARES (24 hours a day / 7 days a week) at (808) 832-3100 (Oʻahu) or 1-800-753-6879 (Neighbor Islands). The Hawaiʻi CARES has counselors to speak with over the phone as well as a team of mobile counselors who can come to your location in emergencies. If you are in imminent danger, call 911.