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 7pm-3am will be initially responded to by Campus EMS.
Open to women struggling with self-esteem as related to body image and comparing self to others.
Learn how to reduce unhelpful responses to anxiety and develop skills to cope with anxiety-provoking situations.
Speak to a caring medical provider about your mental health needs and their impact on your physical health. Campus Health also provides medication management.
After hours, the CAPS phone number becomes a crisis support line for students. Call 919-966-3658 if you are in a crisis situation.
Evaluations, consultations, and treatment for people with eating disorders.
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.
Learn better ways to form meaningful relationships.
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 out-of-practice care.
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
Open to all BIPOC students, this CAPS group is a mix of small group discussion and self-reflection based on the book The Gifts of Imperfection by Dr. Brené Brown with the incorporation of dancing mindfulness principles.