Services Offered during COVID-19

All counseling services will be offered via teletherapy using Microsoft Teams for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Hatter Pantry will remain accessible Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (closed daily from noon to 1 p.m. for lunch).
Please call (386) 822-8900 or email [email protected] to be sure that there is someone available to provide access.

For after-hours use of the Hatter Pantry, please contact Public Safety at (386) 822-7300 to have someone provide access.

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Teletherapy

In order to minimize the spread of COVID-19, this semester all individual, relationship, crisis, consultation and group therapy appointments will be offered via teletherapy using Microsoft Teams.
For more information about the types of appointments.

In the State of Florida
All students residing in the state of Florida are able to access our full array of services via teletherapy.

International and Out of State Students
International students residing in Florida are able to access our full array of services.

Students residing internationally and in other states of the United States can access crisis services.

To schedule an appointment, please call (386) 822-8900 or email [email protected] during office hours: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (closed daily from noon to 1 p.m. for lunch).

If you are experiencing an immediate mental health crisis, call 386-822-8740 to be connected to the Volusia County Crisis Response Team.

  • If you are having thoughts of harming yourself or others, select option 1.
  • For all other mental health needs, select option 7.

After-hours Crisis Support

Who provides the After-hours Crisis Support?

Stetson University's Student Counseling Services is partnering with the Volusia County Crisis Response Team to provides 24/7 crisis support to students. When utilizing the after-hours support, students are able to receive support at any time from any locationby calling 386-822-8740.

  • If you having thoughts of harming yourself or others, select option 1.
  • For all other mental health needs, select option 7.

For more information about After-hours Crisis Support.

Hatter Pantry

The Hatters Helping Hatters Food Pantry is a confidential and free emergency service. It is located in the Student Counseling Services office at Griffith Hall and can be accessed at any time during office hours:
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (closed daily from noon to 1 p.m. for lunch)
Saturday and Sunday: Closed

To utilize the Hatters Helping Hatters Food Pantry, please call (386) 822-8900 or email [email protected] during office hours to be sure that there is someone available to provide access.

For after-hours use of the Hatter Pantry, please contact Public Safety at (386) 822-7300 to have someone provide access.

For emergency meal cards, which is good for your entrance into the Lynn Commons, or worth $8 in any other dining location on campus, please contact Student Counseling Services at (386) 822-8900 or [email protected]

If you wish to donate food and toiletries to the Hatter Pantry, please call (386) 822-8900 during office hours to coordinate donation drop-off.

You can also donate money online

For additional assistance regarding the Hatter Pantry, contact Nicole Currie at [email protected] or Rajni Shankar-Brown at [email protected]

Isolation and Self-care resources

If you are currently in isolation and need support, check out our resources below.

Check out our 6 Types of Coping Skills - Isolation Edition for managing distress while in isolation.

You can also use Health and Wellness apps for wellness and self-care.

Follow SCS on social media for the most updated information about our services and self-care tips:

Stetson University Student Counseling Services facebook page Stetson University Student Counseling Services instagram page Stetson University Student Counseling Services twitter page

Register for our Everfi Mental Wellbeing Training, which teaches simple coping and thought challenging skills for managing mental health concerns.

The WellTeam’s Instagram page is also a great self-help great resource. They post lots of information about health and wellness that could be beneficial to students in isolation.

Additional resources can be found on our In Case of Emergency page.

Referrals

If you would prefer not to engage in teletherapy or will be out of the state of Florida for the duration of the semester, you may want to seek a therapist in your area who can provide ongoing services.

Shopping for a therapist can depend on your needs and preferences.