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Mental Health Resources

We, as a Panhellenic Executive Council, take mental health very seriously. We are here to provide all Panhellenic members of the University of Maryland with as much support and guidance as we can. Together we can create a supportive environment for all.

If you have any further questions or comments please feel free to contact our VP of Health and Wellness, Sofia Sirianni, at

The Counseling Center

The Counseling Center provides comprehensive support services that promote the personal, social, and academic success of UMD students.
 Within the Counseling Center, students may seek help from the Counseling Service, Accessibility & Disability Service, Learning Assistance Service, and the Testing Office. Consultation and referral services also are available to UMD faculty, staff, parents, and guardians. 

The Counseling Center's Main Number: (301) 314-7651

After Hours Crisis Support Number: (301) 314-7651

Help Center

Help Center is the University of Maryland’s student-run peer counseling and crisis intervention hotline that provides free and confidential help to the UMD community. Anyone affiliated with the university can call and be connected to student counselors who are trained to help with any problems you may be facing.

You don’t have to provide your name or any identifying information, all calls made to the Help Center are kept strictly confidential. We welcome all callers and no issue is too big or small. We also provide walk-in counseling and free, confidential pregnancy tests without an appointment. 

Call Line: 301-304-HELP (4357)

CARE Center

Campus Advocates Respond and Educate to Stop Violence (CARE) keeps information private and confidential. You can tell them as much or as little as you want to and you can even be anonymous. CARE is not an official reporting entity. They are a resource that can help you navigate your options and connect you with the appropriate resources. 

Renfrew Center

Renfrew provides women suffering from anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and related mental health problems with the tools they need to succeed in recovery and in life. Offering a warm, nurturing environment, Renfrew emphasizes respect for the unique psychology of women, the importance of a collaborative therapeutic relationship, and the belief that every woman needs to actively participate in her own growth and recovery. 

Well Being Trust

Well Being Trust is an organization that works towards advancing the education and advancement of mental, social, and spiritual health within the nation. Through educational materials found within the website, it encourages the spread of kindness, compassion, dignity, respect, equity of opportunity, and social justice. Visit the website for more information. 

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Call Line: 1-800-799-7233

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

Call Line: 1-800-273-8255

National Eating Disorder Association Hotline

Call or Text: 1-800-931-2237

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