Mental Health Resources

Office of the Student Resources and Support Services 


Student Resources & Support Services (SRSS), which includes the Offices of Student Conduct, Disability Services, and Violence Prevention, was created to give students in need of support a single place to go for assistance. SRSS uses an individualized approach to help students connect to the resources that they may need on campus and in the New Orleans community. SRSS is committed to helping all Tulane students successfully navigate problems that may arise so they can have a successful Tulane experience.


SRSS offers services such as:

Support for friends, family, faculty, and staff

SRSS also know that many times students in need of support turn to peers, friends, faculty/staff members or parents for help. Student Resources & Support Services is also available to
help those individuals appropriately support students who have turned to them.


Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) 


Psychologists and other counselors are available at CAPS if students need to talk with someone. They can help with issues such as: depression, eating and body image, stress, grief, study/test-taking problems, academic major or career indecision, among other topics.


CAPS offers services such as:

  • Psychological counseling and psychotherapy for individuals and couples
  • Family therapy, group counseling and therapy
  • Alcohol and drug evaluations/counseling
  • Crisis Services
  • Psychiatric Services


Student Health Services 


Student Health Services offers services such as:

  • Medical services
  • Acute care
  • Allergy shots
  • Immunizations
  • Specialty services


Self Care Guide

Click below for mental health resources in the Self Care Guide including:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Relationship Problems
  • Stress
  • Violence & Abuse


Community Resources

Stay tuned for more information about Mental Health resources in the New Orleans community.


Concerned About a Student/Friend?

If you are concerned about a student, there are many options available to you depending on the situation and your preferences.



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Self Care Guide

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