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All University of South Carolina system institutions will be closed through the end of the spring semester. Columbia campus virtual instruction will continue through the end of the Summer II semester (Aug 1). Details can be found on the coronavirus landing page.

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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