Phone: 401.865.2343Fax: 401.865.1343Answering Service: 401.765.1333 (answered by
Public Safety)After Hours Emergency:On-campus: Please call Public Safety at 401.865.2222Off-campus: Call 911Hall Director on call: 401.639.9110Office Hours (Academic Year):Lower Bedford HallMonday - Friday: 8:30am to 4:30pmEvenings: Limited evening hours are available by appointment only
Free, 24/7, ConfidentialText HELLO to 741-741
Day One (The Sexual Assault & Trauma Center) Advocacy Coordinator: Courtney MinerPhone: 401.280.0564 V.A.S.E. website
Mental health screenings help to identify issues and educate students about potential mental health conditions. Students can take an online screening in the privacy of his or her residence hall or home. Just like a blood pressure screen helps to detect warning signs, a mental health screening provides a quick, anonymous, and effective way for students to identify if symptoms and behaviors could benefit from further attention. Students are provided with referral information directly upon receiving their results. Please remember that a screening is not a diagnosis. A screening may simply indicate a need for further assessment and treatment by a qualified mental health professional.
Screenings are available for:
The e-CHECKUP TO GO programs are personalized, confidential, online assessments and interventions for alcohol and marijuana.
The programs ask you to complete an online survey that takes about 15-30 minutes and then gives you personalized feedback based on your answers about your drinking and/or marijuana use, and how it might affect your health, your relationships and your career and life goals.