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Mental Health Resource Hub

Body Image Group

Open to women struggling with self-esteem as related to body image and comparing self to others.

Women
Peer support facilitated by employees
Within a Few Weeks
Already paid through student fees
Eating Disorders
All students

Brother to Brother

A CAPS support group for Black men, providing a space to support each other through the journey of navigating higher education and life. 

Black, Men
Identity-based support
Within a Few Weeks
Already paid through student fees
Overall wellbeing
All students

Carolina Latinx Center

Academic and community engagement center at UNC-Chapel Hill offers resources for Latinx students including student organizations, events, and supportive conversations with staff.

Latinx
Identity-based support
Within a Few Days
Already paid through student fees
Get Involved
All students

Carolina Recovery Program

An inclusive and accepting environment where students recovering from addiction can build community, thrive personally, shine academically and develop enduring resiliency for continued success.

All identity/affinity groups welcome
Peer support facilitated by employees
Within a Few Days
Already paid through student fees
Addiction
All students

Center for Student Success

Offers peer mentoring, support for first-generation college students, resources for transfer students, and more - all with the goal of helping students develop skills and strategies to be successful at UNC-CH.

All identity/affinity groups welcome, First Generation College Student
Peer support facilitated by employees
Within a Few Days
Free resource to all
Academics
All students

Chronic Illness Support

A CAPS group to find support and understanding while building resilience for those students and post-docs with chronic illness.

All identity/affinity groups welcome
Peer support facilitated by employees
Within a Few Weeks
Already paid through student fees
Chronic Illness
All students

Compass Center

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.

All identity/affinity groups welcome, Spanish Speaking
Peer support facilitated by employees
Immediate Support
Free resource to all
Child and Family Needs
All employees

Connections: Understanding Self and Others

Learn better ways to form meaningful relationships.

All identity/affinity groups welcome
Peer support facilitated by employees
Within a Few Weeks
Already paid through student fees
Overall wellbeing
All students

Courage to Heal

A private and confidential group that can help students who identify as women or non-binary cope with emotions surrounding the trauma of sexual assault

All identity/affinity groups welcome, Trans*/Queer, Women
Peer support facilitated by employees
Within a Few Weeks
Already paid through student fees
Interpersonal/intimate partner violence
All students

Dancing Mindfulness

Open to BIPOC undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, this 10-week CAPS virtual group is a fusion of small group discussion and self-reflection based on the book The Gifts of Imperfection by Dr. Brené Brown, and dance/movement with the incorporation of dancing mindfulness principles.

Black, Latinx, Native American
Identity-based support
Within a Few Weeks
Already paid through student fees
Overall wellbeing
All students

Dissertation Support Group

Process the feelings, challenges, and concerns you may have related to being ABD as well as provide mutual support and foster connection to peers.

All identity/affinity groups welcome
Peer support facilitated by employees
Within a Few Weeks
Already paid through student fees
Academics
Graduate and Professional Students

Empowering Black Women

A CAPS therapy group offering a safe and trusting environment to dialogue openly and honestly about the experiences of Black women and facilitate empowerment and encouragement.

Black, Women
Peer support facilitated by employees
Within a Few Weeks
Already paid through student fees
Supports most mental health issues
All students
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