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AAP students in need of assistance are encouraged to contact AAP Student Support Services Coordinator Lawrence Livingston. Dr. Livingston serves as an advocate for all AAP students statewide, working to connect them with both local and University resources and providing a listening ear to help students navigate their college experience. For more information or to make a Zoom appointment with Dr. Livingston, visit AAP Student Counseling & Support Services.
The UD Helpline is a counselor-on-call service for any student feeling anxious, depressed, overwhelmed, or otherwise in need of someone to talk to. The Helpline is available 24/7.
Call (302) 831-1001
Anonymous text message support for any student feeling anxious, depressed, overwhelmed, or otherwise in need of someone to talk to.
Text 741741 with the message:
Mobile Crisis Intervention Services: If you are having a psychiatric or substance abuse crisis and need assistance, call 24/7:
State of DE Crisis Helpline: For information or referrals, to discuss daily struggles, or to process suicidal thoughts, call 24/7:
The Recovery Innovation Recovery Response Center (RRC) provides recovery support services and crisis stabilization, diverts people from inpatient hospitalization, and communicates a message of hope and recovery.
Delaware Psychiatric Center (DPC) provides integrated services to adults suffering from severe and persistent mental illness. This includes inpatient treatment at the Herman M. Holloway Campus in New Castle, Delaware.
Harrington Detox is the primary detoxification center for residents of Kent and Sussex counties, helping people to withdraw from alcohol, opioids, and benzodiazepines.
NET Detox offers medically monitored inpatient detoxification, individual and group counseling, and the Consumer Engagement and Transition Program.
Talk therapy, or counseling, is usually provided by a licensed psychologist, counselor, or social worker and utilizes a variety of theoretical approaches to address mental health concerns. Psychiatrists are medical doctors with special training in the medications associated with the treatment of mental health disorders such as depression and anxiety.
Comprehensive behavioral health clinics throughout the state provide both talk therapy and psychiatric services:
New Castle County
Kent and Sussex counties
Bridge Counseling Center (Georgetown)
Catholic Charities (Georgetown): (302) 856-2388 or (302) 856-9578
Center for Human Development (Dover): (302) 736-1820
Delaware Guidance Services (Lewes): (302) 646-5338
Delaware Psychological Services (Lewes)
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For a printable version of all statewide counseling and support services available to UD AAP students, see The Center for Counseling and Student Development's Guide to Your Mental Health Resources.
If you have questions about any of these services or resources, contact your campus's academic advisor or visit the Center for Counseling and Student Development.