The Student Health Center works closely with the Talley Center for Counseling Services. If you are having mental health issues, make an appointment with either us or the Talley Center for Counseling Services so we can help you.
The University physician has prepared an FAQ about antidepressant drugs. If you have an appointment to discuss medication for depression, you may want to read this before your visit.
All links to websites may be accessed by clicking on resources in the left column.
|Crisis Text Line||Text HOME to 741-741|
|Rappahannock Council Against Sexual Assault (RCASA)||Provides 24-hour hotline (540-371-1666), legal advocacy, accompaniment and support|
|National Institute on Drug Abuse||Drug problem? Go here|
|National Institute of Mental Health|
|National Suicide Prevention Lifeline||1-800-273-TALK (8255)|
|Suicide Prevention Resource Center||Suicide prevention resource page|
|Alcohol Poisoning||Facts about alcohol overdose|
|Alcohol Addiction Center||Resources for alcoholics and problem drinkers|
|Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration||Find treatment facilities and programs in the United States or U.S. Territories for mental and substance use disorders|
|LGBTQ+ HELPLINE||TEXT: (804)793-9999 CALL:(866)356-6998|
|Virginia Anti-Violence Project||(804)925-9242|
In-person or online counseling are available:
- Open Path Collective (affordable in-office and online)
- Psychology Today (list of local counselors with their specialties)
- Better help (online therapy)
- Talkspace (online therapy)
- LARKR (app store for iphone for self-care and video therapy)