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Student Health Services

Campus and Community Contacts:

You are not alone. Whether you are in need of assistance, know someone who needs help or want to report a concern, there are numerous resources on campus, the local community and nationally that are ready to help.

Get Help:

UofSC Counseling & Psychiatry: 803-777-5223
24-Hour National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-8255
Crisis Text Line: Text HELLO to 741741 (FREE 24/7 and confidential)
The Trevor Lifeline (for LGBTQ individuals): 1-866-488-7386
UofSC Police Department: 803-777-4215
Prisma Health Richland Hospital Mental Health: 803-434-4813
Columbia Area Mental Health Center: 803-898-8888
ThrivingCampus Counseling and Psychiatry Referrals: ThrivingCampus is a community-based referral program for students at the UofSC-Columbia campus to use when seeking a local provider for counseling or psychiatry services.  Students are able to identify providers in the local area, view specific information on a provider’s practice and contact them for a potential appointment.  

 

Sexual Assault or Interpersonal Violence:

Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention & Prevention: 803-777-8248 After-hours, call UofSC Police at 803-777-8248 and ask to speak to an SAVIP advocate
Rape Crisis Hotline (Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands): 803-771-7273
Domestic Violence Hotline (Sistercare): 803-765-9428


Report a Concern:

UofSC Behavioral Intervention Team: 803-77-4193
Substance Abuse Prevention & Education: 803-777-3933
Office of the Dean of Students: 803-576-8326


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