The CARE Team is a team of appointed professionals responsible for identifying, assessing, and responding to concerns and/or disruptive behaviors by students who may threaten the well-being or safety of themselves or the campus community. The Team collaboratively and purposefully intervenes to provide support resources to students who are experiencing difficulties. The CARE process also provides members of the campus community who have concerns regarding students’ behavior, with an avenue to report these concerns. Once the CARE referral form is received, the CARE Team will identify assistance and/or referral recommendation options to the student. The CARE team will consult with administrators, faculty, staff and other students affected by the behaviors of the student. The CARE team will also make recommendations to University officials regarding appropriate action consistent with University policy and local, state and federal law.
For more information about the CARE Team and/or to refer a student of concern, visit the CARE site.
Location: John H. Chafee Center
located across the street from the Unistructure and Koffler
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by in person
Website: Counseling Services
College students experience great challenges and adjustments in both their academic and personal lives. Many new and important decisions are made during these years. Change is constant, and stress often accompanies these new experiences.
The Office of Counseling Services provides a private and confidential setting for students to discuss these multifaceted changes, cope with their challenges and make thoughtful decisions. Counseling services are free for Bryant students. Students who are experiencing serious emotional difficulties, or who require specialized or longer-term treatment, can receive referrals to professional services off campus. The staff adhere to state and federal laws regarding confidentiality and privacy; counseling records are not part of the academic record. The Office of Counseling Services also offers wellness programming and support programs: Weekly yoga and mindfulness meditation classes, The Student Support Network, Social Anxiety and ADHD support, and other topic groups as requested.
If you need to speak with staff regarding a mental health or a psychiatric disability, please contact Dr. Noelle Harris, Assistant Dean and Director of Counseling and Religious and Spiritual Life at email@example.com or call 401-232-6045 for a consultation.
Location: Barrington House, Health Services office
Phone: (401) 232-6221
Website: Health and Nutrition
Making the transition to college life requires many adjustments including choosing the best food options for optimal health. The Office of Health and Nutrition provides students with one-on-one consultations related to making good food choices and improving eating habits for better health, more energy, and an overall sense of wellbeing as they navigate the many challenges of college life. Students can schedule private counseling appointments with a Registered Dietitian and Licensed Nutritionist by calling 401-232-6221 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: Barrington House
Phone: 401-232-6220 – PRESS 3 TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT
In the event of an emergency or when Health Services is closed,
EMTs are available through the Department of Public Safety at 401-232-6911.
Website: Health Services
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm
Health Services is a nurse practitioner run clinic that adheres to federal and state law and endorses the guidelines of the American College Health Association, the Rhode Island Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Care is provided by full-time Certified Nurse Practitioners, a Health and Nutrition Educator, and a Health Promotion Coordinator. Clinical components of the Health Services program include the treatment of illnesses and injuries, sexual health care, women and men’s health care, laboratory services, immunizations, support services for students with physical disabilities and referrals as appropriate. All health care and medical records are considered confidential and family members are notified only in the event of a life-threatening accident or illness. Health Services does not provide written excuses for missed classes, exams, or work, due to illnesses, nor do they provide documentation of visits to Health Services.
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