On campus resources:
NC State Counseling Center: go.ncsu.edu/counseling or 919.515.2423 – 24 hours
- Offers individual, group, and couples psychotherapy and psychiatry with specialized services for substance abuse, eating disorders and trauma.
- Offers consultation for faculty and staff.
- Offers outreach programming on mental health issues, stigma reduction, and personal and academic success.
University Police CIT Officer Program: campuspolice.ehps.ncsu.edu or 919.515.3000
- Provides officers trained in mental health evaluation and intervention to maintain the safety of students, staff, and faculty.
- Offers training to the University community regarding safety.
NC State Violence Prevention and Threat Management, and Risk Assessment Case Manager: vptm.ehps.ncsu.edu or 919.513.4224 or 919.513.4315
Offers consultation to staff and faculty regarding students exhibiting concerning/threatening behavior.
- Works collaboratively with campus partners and manages concerns related to students exhibiting threatening or potentially violent behavior.
- Facilitates the NC State Behavioral Assessment Team.
- Offers training to students, faculty, and staff concerning threatening behaviors.
Office of Student Conduct: studentconduct.dasa.ncsu.edu or 919.515.2963
- Offers consultation to faculty, staff, and students regarding students of concern. They can support a student’s participation in treatment if needed.
Student Behavioral Case Manager: studentsofconcern.ncsu.edu or 919.515.2963
- Works collaboratively with campus resources to provide support for students who are in crisis or who demonstrate concerning or worrisome behaviors. Referrals can be made anonymously using the online form.
NC State Women’s Center: oied.ncsu.edu/womens-center or 919.515.2012
- Offers workshops and programs on social justice, body image, gender-based violence, and other “hot topics” related to gender equity.
NC State GLBT Center (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender): glbt.ncsu.edu or 919.513.9742
- Offers diversity programming for students, faculty, and staff via Project SAFE.
- Offers support for members of GLBT community and allies, including Google TalkBin text line: 919.648.1793
NC State Student Health Services: healthcenter.ncsu.edu or 919.513.2563
- Offers consultation, treatment, and outreach programming for health-related crises, women’s health concerns, nutrition, and related services. Toll-free number for after-hours nurse advice: 877.514.5307.
Off campus resources:
National Suicide Hotline: 1.800.273.TALK (8255) (24 hours/7 days a week)
Hopeline: 919.231.4525 or 1.877.235.4525 (24/7 confidential local hotline)
Veterans Crisis Line: 1.800.273.8255- Press 1
- Wake County Mobile Crisis Management: 877.626.1772. MCM will come to you!
- Wake County Crisis and Assessment, Walk-In Services: 984.974.4830. 107 Sunnybrook Road, Raleigh NC 27610, across Sunnybrook Road from Wake Med Raleigh. Offers in-person evaluation and referral, no appointment needed.
- Wake County Crisis and Assessment, Toll-Free Number to connect with service providers: 800.510.9132.
- Holly Hill Respond Line (adults): 919.250.7000. Offers telephone evaluation.
Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence:
- InterAct: 1012 Oberlin Road, Raleigh, NC 27605, between Cameron Village and Wade Avenue. 919.828.8304 (main office); 919.828.7740 or 866.291.0855 (24 hour domestic violence crisis line); 919.828.3005 or 866.291.0853 (sexual assault line); 919.557.8025 or 866.291.0854 (Solace Center/Sexual assault forensic examination). Offers counseling, community education, shelter services, job-seeking services, and parent training.
- SOLACE Center at InterAct offers safe, respectful evidence-gathering for sexual assault survivors. (Survivors are discouraged from showering or changing clothes.)
LGBT Center of Raleigh: 324 South Harrington Street. 919.832.4484. Offers programs, events, and support to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Triangle residents and their allies.
Women’s Center of Wake County: 112 Cox Avenue, Raleigh NC 27605, one block from campus. 919.829.3711. Offers crisis intervention, case management, financial assistance, and assistance with basic needs (food, clothing, shelter, phone service) for women in the Triangle.