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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.

Provides support and assistance for the UNC community focused on fostering student success. DOS can serve as an initial point of contact for students, faculty, staff, families, and community constituencies regarding various student concerns ranging from academic and financial to student safety and well-being

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.

Provides students, faculty, staff, and postdoctoral students with tools to be an ally to someone who has experienced sexual assault, interpersonal violence, and/or stalking. The three-hour training emphasizes the importance of listening, responding compassionately, and connecting survivors to resources on campus and in the community.

Provides advising services to University-sponsored international students, scholars and faculty regarding immigration matters and adjustment to life in the U.S., with referrals to other resources as needed.   

Identity center at UNC Chapel Hill offering educational programs, support, advocacy and community building to create a campus that is welcoming and inclusive of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an eight-hour training program designed to help you develop basic skills to help someone who is experiencing a mental health crisis, respond to substance use disorders, and identify professional resources that can provide additional care. The MHFA workshop is available as a single full-day session or as two half-day sessions. 

Serving all UNC-CH students, faculty, and staff, the Core provides consultation and education on peer support principles and evidence, training and implementation assistance, and leadership for the Carolina Peer Support Collaborative and LSN peer support program.

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