The URI Counseling Center will be closed for Thanksgiving break on November 23 and 24. We will reopen on Monday, November 27, 2023 at 8:30 AM.
Support is available 24/7 for all URI Students through TELUS Health
Chat, phone and video support.
Self Assessments, Virtual Fitness Classes, and Teletherapy
Free to URI students!
Download the app or call 844-584-1027
Anti-Racism and Multicultural Resources
Whether you are Black, Indigenous or a student of color looking for resources to address the racism you have experienced, a white person wanting to know what you can do to fight racism, or anyone wanting more information, we hope you find the resources below to be helpful. Pick one to start and go from there. We are doing the same.
AAPI Resources from the Mental Health Coalition
The impact of pandemic-related stress, coupled with racism-based stress, can lead to many AAPIs feeling anxious or scared. While these feelings are valid, please know that there are resources available to support your mental health during this difficult time.
Our Commitment to Anti-Racism
The URI Counseling Center staff recognize and affirm that Black Lives Matter. It is our responsibility to stand with people of color and to change the systemic oppression and inequality that plagues our nation. We are committed to creating a more inviting and welcoming Counseling Center for people of color.
Sometimes the best possible treatment is found off campus. For those times, we have compiled this list of possible resources for you.