Mental Health

Self care during a challenging time

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Coping with stress and anxiety during this time could take an emotional toll on you. It is important to know that there are ways to reduce stress and anxiety:

  • Focus on things that you can control
  • Stay connected with family and friends by using video chats, FaceTime and/or social media outlets
  • Take care of your body by finding ways to exercise, maintain a regular sleep schedule or get out and take a walk

More resources can be found below. 


Free student resources

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Mental Health Resources

Free and confidential mental health wellness program where current students may openly speak with a counselor through an easy-to-use online platform.

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TalkCampus is a peer-to-peer support network that connects our students to students all around the world who are facing similar challenges.

In-person therapy at Atlantic Cape

At Atlantic Cape, we are here to help our students get the mental health assistance they need. Current students may meet with a counselor to develop a mental health treatment plan in a one-on-one confidential setting. This is a free service provided to currently enrolled students. 

Getting the help you need is quick and simple: 

  • Schedule a meeting with an Atlantic Cape counselor to discuss your mental health needs by calling (609) 343-5091
  • If additional resources are needed, your counselor will help you schedule an appointment with a psychiatrist. 

Mental health resources

If you need to talk to someone, the following resources are available:

  • Mental Health Hotline: (866) 202-4257
  • NJ Suicide Prevention Hopeline: (855) 654-6735
  • NJ Vet2Vet: (866) 838-7654

For support groups and more resources, you can visit the following websites:

Additional resources


If you would like additional guidance for mental health referral services please contact The Center for Student Success at 609-343-5667.