Focused on increasing awareness of mental health conditions, providing information and resources, and encourage help-seeking
A peer-led grief support community for students who have experienced the death or terminal illness of a loved one.
After hours, the CAPS phone number becomes a crisis support line for students. Call 919-966-3658 if you are in a crisis situation.
Provides support for students who are navigating challenges as a result of identity-based trauma. Coaches provide a safe space for students to share their stories and serve as a “bridge” between students and critical campus support units.
Academic and community engagement center at UNC-Chapel Hill offers resources for Latinx students including student organizations, events, and supportive conversations with staff.
An inclusive and accepting environment where students recovering from addiction can build community, thrive personally, shine academically and develop enduring resiliency for continued success.
An identity center at UNC-Chapel Hill supporting gender equity through programs and support.
A CAPS group to find support and understanding while building resilience for those students and post-docs with chronic illness.
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.
On-campus mental health provider for students and post-docs. Offers a range of resources including a 24/7 phone line for mental health crises and referral coordination for students needing services off-campus plus many more.
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
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.