Support Resources

Reporting incidents on campus or involving Notre Dame students:

http://communitystandards.nd.edu/reporting/

http://speakup.nd.edu/

 

Office of Community Standards: communitystandards.nd.edu

Office of Community Standards
306 Main Building
Notre Dame, IN  46556

Phone:  574.631.5551
E-Mail:  ocs@nd.edu

Who are they? http://communitystandards.nd.edu/about/

 

University Counseling Center:  ucc.nd.edu

The University Counseling Center is located on the third floor of Saint Liam Hall. Saint Liam Hall is located next to Stanford and Keenan Halls.

Telephone: 574-631-7336  

Office hours: Monday through Friday from 9:00am – 5:00pm. Hours during holiday breaks may vary. Call for further details.

 

How to make an appointment:  http://ucc.nd.edu/counseling-services/

  • Call 574-631-7336 to schedule an appointment for an initial assessment. Appointments cannot be made online.

 

Warm-line:

The UCC’s Warm Line is a non-emergency help-line that provides responsive consultation to faculty and staff in their efforts to help Notre Dame students with psychological concerns related to emotional, social, academic, and career issues. We know that faculty and staff are often the first to detect and respond to student concerns. The Warm Line seeks to complement your effectiveness in this role. The Warm Line offers the opportunity to confer with professionals in your problem-solving efforts with students in the campus community. We offer this assistance as University colleagues who have a primary interest in the welfare of the on and off-campus student community of Notre Dame.

9:00am – 5:00pm, Monday–Friday
Closed on staff holidays.
574-631–7336

Call the University Counseling Center at 574-631-7336 and ask for the Warm Line. This will put you in contact with the next available Warm Line therapist. If your question is not resolved during the initial contact, you will be phoned back to continue the consultation. Follow up contact may be made to assist with programmatic assessment and evaluation of our Warm Line service.

 

Walk-In Crisis Services:

The UCC provides crisis services to all Notre Dame students. If you are in crisis and need to be seen that day, you can use our walk-in hours, 9:00am – 5:00pm, Monday through Friday, and be seen by an on-call crisis counselor. If possible, please call ahead (574-631-7336) and let us know that you are coming. Please tell the receptionist that you are in crisis and need to see someone as soon as possible.

 

After-Hours Crisis Services:

After normal business hours, including weekend and holidays, telephone crisis assessment, consultation, and support is available by contacting us at 574-631-7336. Our after-hours counseling service is staffed by licensed counselors who can provide immediate assistance by phone regarding a variety of issues that require on-the-spot help or consultation, and can facilitate transition to UCC daytime services. Members of the Notre Dame community who are urgently concerned about a Notre Dame student, may also call for consultation.

 

Care Consultants:  Care.nd.edu

Care Consultant

To Book

Email

College

Anna Detlefsen

adetlefs.youcanbook.me

adetlefs@nd.edu

Arts and Letters

Annie Eaton

aeaton.youcanbook.me

aeaton@nd.edu

Architecture, Business, Engineering, Science

Sarah Priebe

sarah-priebe.youcanbook.me

spriebe1@nd.edu

First Year of Studies, Graduate Schools

To schedule a meeting with Anna Detlefsen, please visit adetlefs.youcanbook.me. To schedule a meeting with Annie Eaton, please visit aeaton.youcanbook.me. To schedule a meeting with Sarah Priebe, please visit sarah-priebe.youcanbook.me. Care Consultants can be reached from 8:00am-5:00pm, Monday through Friday.

If you believe this is an emergency situation needing immediate attention, please contact Notre Dame Security Police (574-631-5555).

 

Campus Ministry, Priests-in-residence, and Holy Cross Priests:

http://campusministry.nd.edu/about/need-to-talk/

Holy Cross priests, priests-in-residence, and Campus Ministry are available should you need to process the impact of the election or simply need to talk.  

 

Residence Hall Staff:

Members of your hall staff are available to help address any concerns or questions you may have regarding climate on campus or identifying resources you may need.  Please do not hesitate to reach out to your Rector or other hall staff.