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Within Rutgers Student Health CAPS we are attuned to the impact that the Executive Order restricting entry to the U.S. for individuals from seven countries has on our students. We understand that fear, sadness, anger and worry may be associated with this action as it directly impacts the lives of many of our students. Please know that we are here to offer support. An integral aspect of the CAPS philosophy and mission is the recognition that diversity along all dimensions is our strength as a community. We are a welcoming environment for all students and invite you to seek out support during these challenging times.
Ways to connect to CAPS:
- Schedule an appointment by calling 848-932-7884
- Come to CAPS at 17 Senior St, College Ave Campus
- Visit one of our “Let’s Talk” drop-in sites for informal counseling/consultation. Locations and times found at www.rhscaps.rutgers.edu/dropin
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-274-TALK (8255)
NJ Hope Line: 855-654-6735
National Crisis Text Line: Text KNIGHTS to 741741
In cases of emergencies during office hours, call CAPS at 848-932-7884 or go to 17 Senior Street on the College Ave campus to be seen as soon as possible. When CAPS is closed, Acute Psychiatric Service provides 24-hour emergency service for local residents. 855-515-5700. If you live outside of Middlesex county you should contact the nearest hospital emergency department.
Jill Richards, Psy.D.
Director of Caps
Dr. Richards is responsible for providing leadership and oversight to all aspects of Counseling, ADAP & Psychiatric Services (CAPS).
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