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Available 24/7 911
If this is a life threatening emergency, dial 911 from your nearest phone. If using a campus phone, dial 9-911.
Available 24/7 (888) 425-2666
Al‑Anon is a program of recovery for people who are affected by another person's drinking.
Available 24/7 (877) 751-0880
Asian Women's Shelter works with survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking. They provide comprehensive services, including a 24-hour crisis line, shelter program, case management and access to health and legal services.
Available M-F, 9 am - 5 pm (650) 723-3558
Undergraduate students on international programs should be aware that attitudes toward medical conditions, disabilities, and psychological conditions vary by culture and all legislation is dictated by the host country. These differences impact the level of treatment and accommodation available abroad. Students should give serious consideration to their health and personal circumstances when accepting a place in a program.
Available 24/7 (650) 723-3392
The Bridge Peer Counseling Center is an anonymous peer-counseling center.
Available 24/7 (650) 736-7078
Community Associates (CAs) are graduate students who work with the Graduate Life Office (GLO) and live in the graduate residences. Their primary role is to foster and encourage a sense of community in the residences by planning and coordinating welcome events and orientation programs as well as multicultural, educational, social and recreational events throughout the year.
Available 24/7 (650) 723-3785

CAPS is the university’s counseling center dedicated to student mental health and well-being. CAPS provides a broad range of services to undergraduate and graduate students including crisis counseling, individual therapy, medication assessment and management and group therapy.

Available M-F, 8:30 am - 5 pm (650) 723-3785
In addition to individual counseling, CAPS offers Skills Groups and Community-based and Identity-based Groups.
Available M-F, 9 am - 5 pm (650) 723-2733
The Dean of Students Office is committed to ensuring that all students are successful during their time at Stanford by providing support to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as the university community, regarding issues concerning student life. The dean also oversees the adjudication processes for students and student organizations.
Available M-F, 9 am - 5 pm (650) 723-2733
A Dean's Leave of Absence is for a student that is unable to perform the basic academic and/or non-academic activities of student life, or the level of care required for a particular student exceeds the resources and staffing that a university can reasonably be expected to provide.

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