If there is a medical emergency or there is immediate danger of harm, dial 911 and explain that you need support for a mental health crisis. On-campus 911 calls on Thursday - Saturday from 7 pm - 3 am will be initially responded to by Campus EMS, a student-run Emergency Medical Service provider.
Academic and community engagement center at UNC-Chapel Hill offering support and resources for American Indians.
Offer art events for the community to increase well-being and shift the environment of campus towards health.
Apply for free therapy resources for black men.
Advocates for, engages, and empowers UNC Black Faculty and Staff with a vision to foster a just and equitable campus community. Membership open to graduate students, faculty and staff.
An identity center at UNC-Chapel Hill supporting gender equity through programs and support.
Emotional and practical support to help survivors of interpersonal violence and abuse find safety and self-sufficiency. Free, confidential, and offered in English and Spanish.
Offers eating disorder support events, peer support, and training for the campus. Training participants learn how to be an ally to someone who is struggling with or recovering from an eating disorder.
Counseling and resource program for permanent UNC employees and their families offering 24/7 confidential phone support.
Addresses issues related to discrimination and harassment, including sexual and gender-based violence, as well as compliance with relevant education and employment laws and regulations.
Two Black staff psychologists at CAPS come together on this podcast to discuss and demystify mental health, therapy, and help-seeking, giving listeners a more personal side of CAPS and its staff.
The GVSCs support UNC students, post-docs, and employees impacted by sexual violence, interpersonal violence, stalking, and sexual and gender-based harassment.