Student Health Information
Rutgers Student Health is dedicated to offering healthcare for the whole student body, mind, and spirit. In support of the Rutgers University mission, we provide health and wellness services, education, and leadership uniquely designed to meet the developmental and educational needs of the University students, enhancing the quality of life for the entire Rutgers Community.
With multiple locations in the New Brunswick/Piscataway area, Rutgers Health Services offers a full range of student wellness services:
- (848) 445-6800
Lucy Stone Hall, Suite A145, 54 Joyce Kilmer Avenue, Piscataway, NJ 08854
The Office of Disability Services works with students with a documented disability to determine the eligibility of reasonable accommodations, facilitates and coordinates those accommodations when applicable, and lastly engages with the Rutgers community at large to provide and connect students to appropriate resources.
- (848) 932-7884
17 Senior Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
CAPS is a University mental health support service that includes counseling, alcohol and other drug assistance, and psychiatric services staffed by a team of professional within Rutgers Health services to support students’ efforts to succeed at Rutgers University. CAPS offers a variety of services that include: individual therapy, group therapy and workshops, crisis intervention, referral to specialists in the community and consultation and collaboration with campus partners.
Rutgers Health Services cares for the whole student body, mind and spirit.
- Download at http://codu.co/cee05e
Access helpful mental health information and resources for yourself or a friend in a mental health crisis on your smartphone or tablet and easily contact CAPS or RUPD.
Rutgers Student Health’s approach to health and wellness is designed to support our students’ ability to succeed in their academic, professional, and personal lives. We provide comprehensive clinical care including medical, pharmacy, and mental health counseling services and are committed to educating our community through health promotion, collaborative partnerships, and academic opportunities.
- (732) 247-5555
Free and confidential peer counseling and referral hotline, providing a comforting and supportive safe space.
- (848) 932-1181
3 Bartlett Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
The Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance provides confidential crisis intervention, counseling and advocacy for victims of sexual and relationship violence and stalking to students, staff and faculty.
Additionally, Rutgers Health Services offers Travel Medicine services geared towards the University Community.
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