One of the best ways to get rid of some stress is to get active!
Even though the Rec Center is currently closed due to COVID-19, you can still utilize their resources and tips on Outdoor Adventure, sweat it out with recordings of Virtual Group X Classes and even some other fun Virtual Programs.
The Office of Health Promotion has some great de-stressing activities for you, even now!
Every Monday tune in for Mindfulness Meditation. Can’t make it live? We have some recorded sessions you can check out anytime!
Services at CAPS: What’s Available?
Appointments at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) will be conducted via telephone and video conferencing for the time being. If you already have an appointment, please expect a phone call at your appointment time and arrange for privacy so that the conversation remains confidential. For students located out of state, brief phone support and a referral in your local area, if appropriate, will be facilitated. Students contacting CAPS for the first time should call our front desk at 973-655-5211 in order to schedule a brief phone screening. It is essential that you leave a message with your name and phone number. You will be called back promptly during business hours.
In case of emergency, please contact any of the following resources immediately:
- University Police at 973-655-5222. Request to speak with the CAPS on-call clinician.
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline (Free crisis support 24/7): 1-800-273-8255
- Crisis Text Line (Free crisis support 24/7): Text CONNECT to 741741
The CARE Team
The Crisis, Assessment, Response and Education (CARE) Team is a group of University administrators that meets regularly to evaluate concerning behaviors of Montclair State University students. Any community member can submit a report to the CARE Team if they are concerned about the behavior of a student, or if you need help yourself! Reports can be sent directly to a member of the CARE Team, via a CARE Report Form and/or by emailing CARETeam@montclair.edu. We continue to evaluate CARE reports. No matter what, even during a pandemic: We Are Here for You.
Suicide Prevention Help
If you, or someone you know, are in crisis and are thinking about or planning suicide please reach out to Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at 973-655-5211 during regular University business hours. After hours contact counselor the University Police Department at 973-655-5222. This support is available to you 24/7.