Health Resources for Current Students:

  • On-Campus Physical Health Services. Be sure to download the MY CHART app and request an access code.     
  • On-Campus Mental Health Services
    • Student Counseling Services (SCS) provides free, confidential, mental health services for eligible students. Call 540-831-5226 Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. the to discuss the options and resources available to you.
      • Your relationships are important. SCS can include individual, couples, or group therapy.  
      • Appointments can be telehealth visits through Zoom.
    • Let's Talk Program - Counselors hold walk-in hours at Heth Hall 019 throughout the week. There is no appointment or fee necessary.  This program typically runs Monday - Thursday from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m in Heth Hall 019, check here for updated times.  
    • If you are experiencing a crisis (risk of harming yourself or others, experiencing hallucinations, etc) please go immediately to the Lower Level of  Tyler Hall.  Monday - Friday, 8:30a.m. - 4:30p.m.  
    • If you need immediate help outside of regular business hours you can contact:
      • ACCESS RAFT Hotline - (540) 961-8400
      • National Suicide Prevention Hotline - 988
      • Crisis Text Hotline - Text HELP to 741741

Assistance with Housing for Current Students:

Food Assistance for Current Students:

  • On-Campus Resources include the Anthropology Snack Closet in the hallway between the labs. The food in the cubby on the office-side of the room is free for you if you need.  You do not need to ask anyone for permission to take from the pantry.
  • The Highlander Pantry is another option for food on campus and is located in Heth 243 with morning and evening hours.  If you can't make the hours, you can always ask at the Dean of Students Office during regular business hours and they will discreetly let you in.

Local food assistance programs are also available to current students and local alumni.

  • As of publication, college Students who have a work study position can apply for federal SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits.  Here's the website to apply.  
  • Radford-Fairlawn Daily Bread (Closed on weekends, holidays and snow days)
    501 Second Street (Lower level of stone building)
    Radford, VA
  • Pulaski Daily Bread Inc.
    408 North Jefferson Avenue
    Pulaski, Virginia (facilitated at the First Presbyterian Church)

 Resources for Students without stable housing: