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A Recognition of Ongoing Racial Trauma
April 13, 2021

CAPS acknowledges the profound grief, anger, and other emotions that students, faculty, and staff may be experiencing after news of the death of Daunte Wright. Seeing yet another racial trauma, particularly as the trial of George Floyd's killing is simultaneously taking place, can take an emotional toll on our students and others in our communities.

If you would like to speak to a clinician, please call 765-494-6995. Crisis services are available 24/7.

For further information and resources connected to systemic racism, injustice, and mental health concerns please see our web page on Addressing Systemic Racism and Injustice

Looking for Ways to Manage Stress?
April 6, 2021
Then check out our Stress Survival Kit programs that are running several times through the month of April! Just join the day of the event with the link provided. Check out dates, times, and a description of the program under our Scheduled Programs page.
Statement in Response to Hate Crimes Against Asian and Asian Americans
March 18, 2021
CAPS stands with our Asian and Asian American faculty, staff, and students and oppose systemic racism, prejudice, injustice, and inequity. Please read our statement in response to the recent shootings in Georgia in which 8 people died, 6 of which were Asian women. CAPS is here to support students who would like to process this event, or any other experiences with white supremacy, discrimination, injustice, prejudice, and racism. Please call CAPS at 765-494-6995 to speak with a CAPS therapist or visit our statement for additional resources.
Is What You're Feeling Grief?
March 18, 2021
CAPS will have two opportunities to explore how the experience of grief and loss can show up during the time of COVID-19. Please see our scheduled programs page for more information and a link to join.

Announcements

CAPS Services During Spring 2021
January 19, 2021

Welcome to the Spring 2021 semester! CAPS staff will be providing remote tele-health services to currently enrolled and degree seeking students Purdue student who are in the state of Indiana! To connect with services please call CAPS directly at 765-494-6995. Our brief screens are available within 1 to 2 business days to ensure that we connect with you as quickly as we can!

CAPS is open Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm. Our after-hours mental health crisis services is available by calling (765) 494-6995, then pressing 1.

If you are not currently located in the state of Indiana or are seeking a community mental health provider, please check out our ThrivingCampus tool. Our case managers are also available to help students get connected to resources. Please call (765) 494-6995 for more information!