Student Care provides one-on-one support, guidance, resources, and referrals for North Park students experiencing difficulties related to mental and physical health, personal and family emergencies, financial issues, or other concerns. Student Care is committed to assisting students with successfully navigating life at North Park, while prioritizing student well-being and academic success. Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EARS and Distressed Student Protocol
EARS and Distressed Student Protocol are tools to help identify and support students who may be struggling or in distress.
Mental Health First Aid Training
Mental Health First Aid is an early intervention public education program, which teaches how to recognize the signs and symptoms that suggest a potential mental health challenge.
Food and Housing Resources
North Park provides support and resources for students experiencing food insecurity and homelessness.
Let’s Talk Drop-In Counseling
Let’s Talk Drop-In Counseling is available free-of-charge to all North Park students. Students can drop-in without an appointment, during the scheduled days and times. Drop-in services are offered on a first come, first served basis, and are hosted at various locations around campus.
ThrivingCampus assists students, either independently or with assistance from Counseling staff, with locating mental health providers off campus. ThrivingCampus also has a guide that includes information about finding a clinician in the community and paying for counseling.
TalkCampus, a 24/7 live peer-to-peer mental health support app, is available to North Park University students free-of-charge. Students use their NPU email address to sign up and connect with other students worldwide. TalkCampus is a safe place to talk anonymously about anything without judgement. Give and get support in real time.