CAPS is the primary student mental health clinic on Grounds. We are committed to providing a safe and affirming environment for all students seeking to improve their mental and emotional well-being. In addition to direct care, we provide consultation and referral services for students, faculty, and staff.
Our goal is to help students reach their full potential by optimizing their health and well-being during their time at the University of Virginia and beyond. Visit our website to learn about our services, including medical appointments, counseling resources, disability services, and more.
HELP Line is a free and confidential telephone hotline serving Albemarle County, the City of Charlottesville, and students of the University of Virginia. We are a student-run and student-operated program, staffed entirely by anonymous volunteers.
The Department of Student Health and Wellness’ Gordie Center serves as the primary lead for hazing prevention efforts at UVA. The Gordie Center's mission is to end hazing and alcohol overdose - here at UVA and among college and high school students nationwide.
A Registered Dietitian can help you with your nutrition related health goals, from prevention or management of chronic health conditions, to building a better relationship with food, to navigating nutrition information.
The mission of the Contemplative Sciences Center (CSC) is to advance the study and application of human flourishing at all levels of education—K-12, undergraduate, graduate, professional, and lifelong. In particular we are focused on how educational institutions can better understand and facilitate the types of knowledge, mindsets, and practices that promote flourishing.