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These students are eligible to receive brief screenings and consultations, drop in emergent care and mental health counseling through two on-campus locations, via telehealth or through a 24/7 mental health support line. Students should dial (773) 325-CARE (2273) option #1 to speak to a counselor 24/7, or select option #2 to schedule a consultation. For walk-ins students should visit the UCAPS offices:
Faculty and staff can also call 773-325-CARE (2273) to speak to/collaborate with a counselor in support of students:
Counseling services strives to help students successfully make important transitions, such as: starting college; living away from home for the first time; transferring from another school to DePaul; returning to college after a time away from school; adjusting after a major life event or trauma (e.g., international travel or new cultural experience, parental divorce, illness or death; an assault or accident), and preparing to move from college to the work force.
Clients include a diverse population of students of varying ages and ethnicities, who present with a wide variety of situations and concerns, including: