• Get Help on Campus

  • Confidential Support Services and Counseling

Please be advised:

  • If you are assaulted or abused while you are not on campus, you can still contact our confidential support services. 

Duke Women's Center and Office of Gender Violence Prevention & Intervention

  • The Duke University Women's Center and the Office of Gender Violence Prevention & Intervention promotes a campus culture that ensures the full participation and agency of women students at Duke. We are committed to a campus culture that provides all students access to a full range of personal and professional choices, fosters agency and self-determination for all, and creates transformative experiences to understand and resist patriarchal oppression in our lives and the world.

    If you are a student at Duke University (of any gender) and are a victim-survivor of gender violence, contact us 24/7 at the Women's Center about our confidential services.

    If you have been sexually assaulted within the past 120 hours (5 days), it is important to know your options for proper medical intervention and legal protection. Call the Women's Center first to talk through your options and make the decisions that feel right for you.

    No matter when you experienced the abuse, you can still benefit from talking with someone.

    Our counseling services are confidential. Counselors will not disclose information about your abuse unless you give them permission to do so. Staff of the Office of Gender Violence Prevention and Intervention will not file a report with the University or Police unless you ask them to.

  • Main Line (9 am-5 pm)


  • Page After Hours, Weekends, Holidays


  • Address

    107 Few Federation 420 Chapel Drive Durham, NC 27708

  • Website


  • Email


Duke Counseling and Psychological Services

  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) helps Duke students enhance strengths and develop abilities to successfully live, grow, and learn in their personal and academic lives.

    Our work is guided by sensitivity to the needs of a diverse student body. We seek to foster a community that is safe for all students. Therefore, we join voices in making this pledge to all Duke students: your perspectives, values, and experiences will be welcome at CAPS, you will be safe, you will be respected, and you will be heard.

    Faculty, administrators, staff, parents and concerned students are also encouraged to contact CAPS to discuss students in need of assistance, or to address other matters relating to mental health in the university community.

  • Main Line (8 am-5 pm)


  • After Hours


  • Address

    Page Auditorium 402 Chapel Drive Durham, NC 27708

  • Website


Student Ombudsperson

  • The Ombudsperson provides a neutral, safe, and confidential environment for students to discuss a variety of concerns, including sexual misconduct, and to identify appropriate options. 

  • Undergraduate, Graduate & Professional Students


  • School of Medicine Students


  • Website


Student Health Services

  • Duke Student Health Services provides evidence-based, patient-centered health care to the Duke student community in a professional and compassionate manner that directly contributes to the student's well-being and overall success.

    Student Health Services (SHS) at Duke University is jointly supported by the Division of Student Affairs and the Department of Pediatrics. The Duke Student Health Center is the primary source for a wide range of healthcare services, many of which are covered by the Student Health Fee.

    Appointment Hours:
    8:30am – 12:30pm, 1:30pm – 5:00pm Mon, Tues, Thurs, & Fri
    9:30am – 5:00pm on Wed

    Urgent Care Weekend Hours:
    9:00am – 1:00pm Sat

  • Main Line


  • Nurse Advice Line (After Hours)


  • Address

    Flowers Dr, Durham, NC 27705

Duke Religious Life and Clergy

  • Religious Life at Duke creates a safe place for religious expression and student support, and promotes collaboration between Duke's diverse faith groups. Duke Chapel stands as a beacon of hope on campus and in the community that bridges faith and learning.

    To speak with someone from a specific faith or denomination, follow the link below to the individual organization's page.

  • Website


  • Email


Durham Crisis Response Center

  • Durham Crisis Response Center (DCRC) works with the community to end domestic and sexual violence through advocacy, education, support and prevention. Services include a 24-hour, confidential crisis line for victims of domestic and sexual violence, short-term emergency shelter, hospital and court accompaniment, legal clinics with local attorneys, support groups, counseling, and referrals for job training, housing, childcare and other community services—all direct services offered to the community free of charge.

    The crisis line serves as the gateway to all of the shelter and support services offered by DCRC, including case management, counseling, and legal advocacy. Trained advocates are available 24 hours a day to provide support through active listening, crisis intervention, community referrals, safety planning and emergency room accompaniment for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. All calls are confidential.

  • 24-Hour Crisis Line


  • 24-Hour Crisis Line (EspaƱol)


  • Address

    206 N. Dillard Street, Durham, NC 27701

  • Website


  • Email