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Wellness Resources

Students have access to a range of wellness resources and support through Duke’s Student Wellness Center.

Student Health is the primary source for a wide range of healthcare services for all Duke Students, many of which are covered by the student health fee.

To make an appointment call (919) 681-9355 and choose option 1.

Medical emergencies should call 911.

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Virtual care from anywhere. Otherwise known as everywhere. Counselors, mental health professionals, and more. You name it, we've got it. And so do you, right in your pocket.

Timely care provides 24/7 virtual mental health support to all students at no cost through talk now and scheduled appointments.

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CAPS addresses a wide range of life circumstances that affect your ability to thrive. To get started, you can either call 919-660-1000 or visit CAPS in person on Mondays & Tuesdays; 9:00am - 6:00pm or Wednesday - Friday; 9:00am - 4:00pm on the 3rd floor of the Student Wellness Center.

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Manage your stress. Reduce your anxiety. DuWell engages students through a variety of wellness experiences across campus in an effort to manage stress and reduce anxiety while emphasizing self-care.

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Helping you develop lifelong, healthy eating patterns by offering evidence-based, in-person and virtual nutrition consultations for all your nutritional needs.

To make an appointment: Email Toni Apadula or Franca Alphin

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Helping you make informed, safe, and healthy decisions. Having healthy relationships platonically, romantically, and sexually can be a fun part of your experience at Duke, but it often takes time and practice to navigate new social connections like relationships. 

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Keeping yourself and others safe. Whether you are looking for information or strategies for yourself, a friend, or for a larger organization, DuWell can work with you to develop an action plan for reducing the potential harm stemming from high-risk behaviors and activities.

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In just two clicks, you can select the category of person who will reach out to you within 24-48 hours, be it a trained Peer For You responder or a DukeReach staff member. These individuals are here to discuss whatever’s on your mind, help guide you through stressful times, and connect you to resources. 

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If you are concerned about a student's health or behavior, and your concern is not considered an emergency, please submit a DukeReach report.

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Additional Resources

Identity and Cultural Centers

The Student Affairs Identity and Cultural Centers also serve as important resources and places of connection and support for many of our students. The centers are offering programming and support throughout the year, including summer. Our ICCs include: 

Student Affairs On-Call Team

Student Affairs has a 24/7 on-call team to support urgent student matters. For urgent concerns after business hours, you may contact the Dean On-Call (cell: 984-287-0300), or if you are living in residential spaces, you may connect with the Residence Coordinator or Resident Assistant On-Call (numbers posted on residence hall doors) or directly through Duke Police (919-684-2444).

Resources Outside of Student Affairs

Office for Institutional Equity

The Office for Institutional Equity (OIE) provides education and support for the Duke University and Duke Health community to advance Duke's shared values of respect, trust, inclusion, discovery, and excellence.

Duke Chapel & Religious Life at Duke

Duke Chapel acts as a moderator for the various faith groups at Duke. In partnership with the Division of Student Affairs, the Chapel convenes, supports, and advocates for all of the officially recognized Religious Life groups on campus that serve students, including Buddhist, Catholic, Hindu, Jewish, Latter-Day Saints, Muslim, Orthodox, and Protestant organizations and groups.

Duke LIFE

DukeLIFE promotes the academic excellence of students who are among the first in their families to attain 4-year degrees as well as those with high financial need.

Student Accessibility Services

The Student Disability Access Office recognizes disability as an aspect of diversity that is integral to society and to our campus community. Accessibility is an essential feature of the Duke campus, and we strive to create an inclusive community for our students.