If you are concerned about an AU student, this page will help you locate some good resources for support. You may be a a faculty or staff member, parent, friend, or roommate who is worried about a student in distress. These resources can help you recognize signs and causes of distress, and discuss how you can encourage a student to get help.
How to Help a Student in Distress
Helping a Student Get Help
Self-Help Resources and On-Line Information
Whether you are concerned for yourself or someone else, this collection of self-help resources covers a wide range of topics including depression, eating disorders, anxiety, medications, etc.
Consult with a CC Clinician
This will link you to a description of the consultation and outreach services available at the Counseling Center. To consult with a Counseling Center clinician, you are also encouraged to call the Center at 202-885-3500.
In Case of an Emergency
This link provides information about the Counseling Center's Urgent Care Drop-In Hours (M-F, 2-4 PM), after-hours consultation, and national hotline resources.
Dean of Students
The Dean of Students is an excellent resource to call on when you encounter a multi-faceted problem, a problem with ramifications for the broader community, or difficulty determining the most appropriate way to get help for a student.