Coping with COVID-19
Due to COVID-19 the Counseling Center staff will continue to offer services virtually throughout the fall semester. The best way to contact the Counseling Center is by phone at 410-543-6070 or email at email@example.com.
Due to applicable mental health licensure laws, please be advised that the Salisbury University Counseling Center can only provide ongoing counseling services to students who are physically located in the State of Maryland at the time of service. If you are located outside of Maryland, we can provide short-term crisis support and/or referral assistance to a provider located within your state.
When the Counseling Center is closed, you still have access to support
If you have mental health concerns outside of regular business hours and wish to speak with someone from our After-Hours Support Line, please call 833-631-1066. The support line is available to support students experiencing any kind of mental health crisis.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please call 911, call University Police at 410-543-6222, or proceed to your nearest emergency department. You can find additional crisis response resources on our Crisis Resources web page.
To find self-help resources visit our Coping with COVID-19 or Self-Help Resources webpages. For the most up to date information about Salisbury University’s response to the pandemic, please visit SU’s COVID-19 webpage.
Coping with COVID-19
- Coping_with_Disaster (PDF)
- COVID 19 Stigma Guide (PDF)
- Dealing with Anxiety Related to Coronavirus (PDF)
- Facts not Fears regarding COVID 19 (PDF)
- Facts on dealing with COVID 19 (PDF)
- Mental Health and Coping During COVID (PDF)
- SAMSHA coping with infectious disease outbreak (PDF)
Online COVID-19 Resources
- CDC main website for coronavirus for ongoing updates and information
- CDC Mental Health and Coping during COVID-19
- SAMHSA most recent behavioral health toolkit materials for disaster response including infectious disease outbreaks
- SAMHSA mobile app and information for disaster responders and survivors including infectious disease outbreaks
- Resilience and Stigma reduction related