Wellbeing Resources

Student Health Services

Student Health Services will institute a hybrid model of in-person and tele-health services. Current Health Services hours are: 

Monday + Wednesday: 8 am–8 pm 

Tues + Thurs–Fri: 8 am–5 pm

Sun: 9 am–1 pm

The daily walk-in clinic will be unavailable and all students must speak with a nurse before coming in. Appointments can be made by calling 401-454-6625. A separate respiratory clinic will be housed in Thompson House for students exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

CAPS is open from 8:30 am–4:30 pm, Monday–Friday. All regular appointments with Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) will be through tele-counseling and can be made by calling 401-454-6637 or emailing counserv@risd.edu. Students can also access a crisis counselor 24/7 to support mental health emergencies by calling 401-454-6637.

Fitness and Virtual Wellbeing Programming

The Fitness Center will remain closed but the Center for Student Involvement (CSI) will offer virtual fitness and wellbeing programming as well as some outdoor fitness programming.

Employee Assistance Program

RISD offers a 24/7 confidential employee assistance program (EAP) to employees, their dependents and members of their households through our partner, AllOne Health (1-800-451-1834). The EAP helps with a variety of personal issues, large and small, which may be affecting employee health and happiness as well as work and family life.

In addition to traditional counseling and referral services, AllOne Health’s program includes a Personal Assist feature. Personal Assist provides access to experts who can assist with coordinating everyday life events, such as reserving tickets to upcoming shows, finding a plumber to fix a leaky sink or booking a hotel that accepts pets.

Access COVID-related webinars through AllOne Health.

Sexual Health and COVID-19

How does sex relate to the virus? Use your best judgment and remember it is always about limiting your risk. Learn more about sexual health and COVID-19.