Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers a variety of mental health services (e.g., individual counseling/psychotherapy, consultations, assistance with referrals, group counseling, etc.). Additionally, CAPS offers self-help pages, training programs, workshops and discussions.
Dean of Students Office, under Student Affairs, offers mediation services, emergency situation responses 24/7, substance abuse program prevention and health promotion programs, and follows up with student victims of crime, illness, or harassment.
Duke Disability Management System, or DMS, “provides leadership to the University and University Health System efforts to ensure an accessible, hospitable working and learning environment for people with disabilities while ensuring compliance with federal and state regulations.”
Academic Resource Center (ARC)’s Program for Students with Disabilities (PSD) provides consideration for services for students with diagnosed learning disabilities or AD/HD.
Special Medical Housing Need Requests is for any student who would like to request special housing for medical and disabilities needs.
DukeREACH “directs students, faculty, staff, parents and others to the resources available to help a student in need.”
Duke Student Health is the primary source for Duke students for healthcare services, including general medical care, allergy clinic, dental care, basic nutrition counseling, laboratory services, confidential HIV testing, immunizations, international travel clinic, physical therapy, pharmacy, STI testing, women’s health, men’s health, etc.
Duke Student Wellness Center (DUWELL) addresses substance use and abuse issues and promotes health physical, emotional, or social development, including issues related to sexual health, health coaching, and stress management. DUWELL offers many programs, including True Blue, Wellness Series, Party Monitor Training, Breakfast Night at the Oasis, Give Thanks, Koru Mindfulness Workshop, etc.
Office of Case Management provides direct management services for students experiencing difficulties related to mental health, physical health, and/or psycho-social adjustment.
Office for Institutional Equity aims to provide leadership for a respectful, diverse and inclusive work and learning culture, including foci on: diversity, equity, and inclusion; equal opportunity and affirmative action; harassment, prevention, nondiscrimination and Title IX.