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CU Health and Wellness

» Mental Health Resources

Chapman University is committed to the mental health of our students, faculty, staff and surrounding community. We are working hard to eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health and recovery from substance abuse, and are committed to providing affordable mental health services to those in need.

This site provides easy access to the many mental health and wellness resources available to the Chapman community. If you need help, or you know someone who needs help, there is someone ready to hear from you.

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I'm feeling concerned

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I'm in Crisis

Stories of Hope and Recovery

Every struggle, recovery and success is unique but you are not alone in your mental health journey. Experience stories from people like you, and how they overcame crisis to find hope and balance.


I am having a crisis/emergency


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I am having suicidal thoughts

We encourage you to call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or Dial 911

Remember, you are not alone and we care about you. 

If you are under the influence and need immediate medical help, dial 911

Concerned About Yourself or Another? 


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Additional Mental Health Resources


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Mental Health Events

View a list below of the latest mental health related events at Chapman.