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 possibly 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 Risk Management, Mikaila Baumel, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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. Visit their website at https://www.counseling.umd.edu/ for more information.
The Counseling Center's Main Number: (301) 314-7651
After Hours Crisis Support Number: (301) 314-7651
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. For more information, visit their website https://helpcenterumd.org/
Call Line: 301-304-HELP (4357)
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. For more information, you can visit their website at https://health.umd.edu/CARE
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. Visit their website at https://renfrewcenter.com/ for more information.
Are you or a loved one struggling with an eating disorder, disordered eating or chronic dieting? Do you wish you could have an improved relationship with food and body? Are you searching for freedom from food struggles? Empowered Eating is here to help. We are dietitians who have dedicated our nutrition practice to support those in building a positive relationship with food and body. Visit their website at https://empoweredeatingrd.com/ for more information.
The Haven at College Park
The Haven provides on-campus care and support for college students struggling with mental health and substance use disorders, so they can remain engaged in a successful and safe college experience. Our goal is to keep students in college, and to help those whose academic studies have been interrupted due to mental health and substance use disorders. You can check out their location in College Park at https://www.thehavenatcollege.com/locations/umd/
Lotus Point Wellness
At Lotus Point Wellness, we offer an integrative and holistic approach by providing counseling/psychotherapy services, nutrition, acupuncture, yoga and coaching services under one roof. From a practical standpoint, we can coordinate among all of our healing professionals to provide a comprehensive and interdisciplinary approach to supporting the whole person, couple or family. As well, clients can choose which services they believe will work best for them. Visit their website at https://www.lotuspointwellness.com/ for more information on the practice.
Based in College Park, Maryland, HMS Therapy provides professional individual, couples/marriage, and group counseling services. In addition, HMS Therapy offers workshops and trainings for corporations and organizations. As a resource for new Counselors/Therapists in the field, HMS offers clinical supervision to new therapists seeking to become fully licensed. HMS Therapy Services strives to create a warm and trustworthy atmosphere as we help you address life challenges. Visit their website at http://hmstherapy.com/
Behavioral Health Center
The University Health Center Behavioral Health Service offers short-term, confidential and high-quality services for the University of Maryland students. Our staff is licensed and board-certified, trainees are closely supervised by our professional staff, records are peer-reviewed and staff are evaluated regularly. Learn more about how we protect your confidentiality.
Call Line: (301) 314-8106
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Call Line: 1-800-79907233
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Call Line: 1-800-273-8255