Whom to call for what
24-Hour Medical Assistance — Urgent Care: 203-432-0123
Main Line: 203-432-0246
Student Medicine: 203-432-0312
Mental Health and Counseling for Yale Students: 203-432-0290
Resource Office on Disabilities: 203-432-2325
Facilitates individual accommodations for students with disabilities, and by so doing, work to remove physical and attitudinal barriers, which may prevent their full participation in the University community.
Sexual Harassment and Assault Resources & Education (SHARE): 203-432-6653
Yale’s Sexual Harassment and Assault Resources & Education Center (SHARE) has counselors available to talk to students or meet with them 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Student Health Education: 203-432-1892
Education-based programming on health topics, and training and support for undergraduate Peer Health Educators and Graduate and Professional Health Advocates. Promotes healthy lifestyle choices both on and off campus.
University Chaplain’s Office
Sharon Kugler: 203-432-1128
Walden Peer Counseling: 203-432-TALK
An anonymous and confidential peer counseling service. Walden counselors can be reached via telephone hotline at 2-TALK (203-432-8255) from 8 pm to 8 am seven days a week, or via walk-in to the Welch basement, room A-05, from 8pm to 1am seven days a week during the regular academic schedule and when classes are in session. Counselors are available to talk to other students about anything, free of charge, without an appointment.
Yale Queer Peers: 203-436-4868
Provides a one-on-one peer counseling service specializing in the needs of LGBTQQ-identified people. The peer counselors staff the Queer Resource Center, providing a comfortable, safe environment in which to counsel members of the Yale community regarding issues of gender and sexuality at Yale. Queer Peers also hosts special events, including panels and group discussions, in a comfortable, open, and safe environment.