To the Syracuse University Community,
At the Barnes Center at The Arch, we recognize the impact racism and anti-Black violence have on public health and individual wellness. We acknowledge the pain, anger and frustration is profound, especially for our Black students who are deeply impacted as a result of the violence committed against George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Ahmaud Arbery and many other Black lives. We want students to know we are here to support you. Beyond our goal of providing inclusive, integrated care, as health and wellness professionals, we remain committed to supporting the holistic well-being of our community and social justice. We all must do our part to create a more equitable community. We stand in solidarity with all those working to make our world more just and to end anti-Black violence.
– Barnes Center Health and Wellness Team
Mental Health Services and Resources
- 24-hour support for those experiencing a mental health crisis, seeking support for sexual assault or relationship violence or needing medical consultation. Call 315.443.8000.
- Free and confidential counseling, even for Class of 2020 graduates, throughout the summer. Call 315.443.8000 to schedule a virtual appointment.
- Virtual Support Sessions: Black Lives Matter hosted by the Division of Enrollment and the Student Experience, in partnership with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, providing Black students and allies a space to process what they are feeling, as well as support one another and discuss ways to be actively anti-racist.
Additional resources and support are available through:
- Office of the AVP for Student Engagement: 315.443.9153, email@example.com
- Center for International Services: 315.443.2457, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dean of Students Office: 315.443.4357, email@example.com
- Disability Cultural Center: 315.443.0228, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office of Diversity and Inclusion: 315.443.4110, email@example.com
- Hendricks Chapel: 315.443.2901, firstname.lastname@example.org
- LGBTQ Resource Center: 315.443.3983, email@example.com
- Office of Multicultural Affairs: 315.443.9676, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Racial Justice Resource Guide, courtesy of Syracuse University Libraries.
- Safely Protesting During COVID-19
- Virtual Health Hub: Being An Ally, Wednesday, June 10, 1-3 p.m. ET.
- Wellness Leadership Institute: STOP BIAS, available June 8-12 in the Wellness Portal.