Student Wellness and Community Resources
Focused on supporting Radford University students who are homeless, at risk for becoming homeless or in transition while on campus. All correspondence with the Highlander Assistance Program is confidential.
274 Heth Hall (Dean Of Students), 831-6297, firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides meals at no cost for people in Radford and Fairlawn. Free meals Monday-Friday from 11am -12 pm.
501 Second St., Radford (lower level of stone building at the corner of Berkley & Second St).
Kitchen manager 540-639-0290
Program manager: 540-639-0891 http://www.radfordfairlawndailybread.org/
A collaborative effort among students, staff, and faculty to secure trustworthy allies and supportive, safe spaces on campus for students who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and questioning. Safe-Zone trained allies can be found across the campus and community, just look for their Safe Zone stickers.
Can help with adjusting to college life, relationship or family concerns, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and many other issues you may experience, including how to help a friend who is struggling.
RU: Tyler Hall Basement
RUC: 4th Floor, Student Affairs Suite, Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital
Provides basic health care to students on an outpatient basis, Monday through Friday. The health center is equipped to provide diagnosis and treatment for the most common health problems encountered by students. More serious medical situations are referred to a network of local specialists.
Lower level Moffett Hall, 831-5111
Provides education, counseling, advocacy and support for students dealing with substance abuse or sexual violence. SAVES will also help students to help others who are struggling.
Lower level, Tyler Hall, 831-5709, email@example.com