There are many resources to support the Duke community during this time and to help you care for your loved ones.
If you are a student who needs help or if you know a student who needs help:
- DukeReach is a collaborative program which ensures all members of the university community are able to connect students to available counseling and medical or personal assistance.
- DukeReach offers coordination of care for all students and will help identify support services from among the variety of resources across campus or in a student’s local communit
- Students who are not sure where to turn may find DukeReach to be especially helpful
- Contact DukeReach at 919-681-2455 or email@example.com
- After-hours services remain available via UNC HealthLink—call 919-966-3820 to speak with someone
- Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) offers many services to Duke students
- Religious Life at Duke offers a wide range of student support and ways to connect with clergy from any of Duke’s diverse faith groups
If you are a Duke employee who needs help:
- This team of licensed professionals offers assessment, short-term counseling, and referrals to help resolve a range of personal, work, and family problems
- PAS services are available at no charge to benefit-eligible Duke faculty, staff, and their family members
The Duke Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences has same-day appointments available (in-person and telephone-based) for faculty, staff, Graduate Medical Education (GME) trainees, and their families (including children) who are seeking support related to stress management, coping resources, and behavioral health concerns. In-person appointments are available between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Extended hours are available for telehealth services.
A team of social workers, psychologists, advanced practice providers, and psychiatrists is available Monday through Friday at two outpatient clinic sites in Durham:
Services may be accessed by contacting the behavioral health referral coordination team of social workers at 919-681-1631.
If you are looking for resources specifically for international students and their families:
If you are looking for National Emergency Resources:
If you need help, please reach out to one of these resources, to a friend, colleague, neighbor, or family member. There are people here who care about you.
Duke Travel Registry
Enter international travel plans into the Duke Travel Registry
so administrators can locate and assist you when an emergency situation occurs.
Arriving or Returning from abroad?
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