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Mental health resources

​One of DePaul's top priorities is to keep all of our students safe and healthy, both physically and mentally, now and even under more typical circumstances. University counselors remain available for support, crisis management, community referrals and consultation, even with classes moving online during spring and summer quarters. 

If your student feels they don't need a counselor, but would like a little extra support, UCS has compiled a list of resources for coping with anxiety, stress and depression brought on by the coronavirus pandemic:

In addition, University Counseling Services has listed a variety of resources for managing anxiety and keeping things in perspective on their website.

To be contacted by a counselor, students can call 773-325-7779 and leave a message with University Counseling Services (UCS) and a staff psychologist will call back.

You can visit this health, wellness and prevention FAQs page  for information on what students should do if they feel sick, how to prevent the spread of infectious diseases, what it means to “self-quarantine" and more. ​