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The information contained on this page is not to replace professional help. You may contact the following offices/resources for assistance:

Elizabeth City State University Students

On Campus

Counseling and Testing Center (252) 335-3273 8:00 AM -5:00 PM
Student Health (252) 335-3267 8:00 AM -5:00 PM
University Police (252) 335-3266 24 hours

 Off-campus

Counseling and Testing Center (252) 335-3273 8:00 AM -5:00 PM
Student Health (252) 335-3267 8:00 AM -5:00 PM
University Police (252) 335-3266 8:00-5:00 while on campus
Local Police Dept.    
Local Hospital    

Elizabeth City State University Employees

Human Resources (252) 335-3785  
University Police (252) 335-3266 8:00-5:00 while on campus
Local Police Dept.    
Local Hospital    

 All Individuals

  • 1-800-273-TALK (8255) National Suicide Hotline
  • Local Police Dept.
  • Local Hospital

Screening Tools

The website below is geared toward veterans. By clicking on the "mental Health" tab, you will find alcohol, depression, anxiety, stress and post-traumatic stress assessments.

For Veterans

Suicide/Crisis Lines

Spanish Suicide Prevention Line Spanish Suicide Prevention Line Spanish Suicide Prevention Line

Additional information about the hotlines

Does the Lifeline feature TTY services for the hearing impaired?
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline has TTY capability via one of our national call centers, which can be accessed by calling 1-800-799-4TTY (4889). Additionally, more than 25 local crisis centers in the network can accept TTY calls directly.

Is the Lifeline available in other languages for non-English speakers?
Yes. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline has a Spanish Language line - 1-888-628-9454. We also provide the Tele-Interpreters service to our crisis centers - so that we can support over 150 languages.
From: The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/About/Default.aspx

E-Checkup to Go: Alcohol

E-Checkup is an online alcohol use assessment program created by San Diego State University. The program will allow you to assess how much you drink, how much money you spend on drinking as well as assist you with assessing the impact of alcohol use in your life. The program does not replace assistance from a professional. If you have questions regarding the results of your E-Checkup, students may contact the Counseling and Testing Center at 252 335-3273. Faculty/Staff may contact Human Resources at 335-3785 for information about the Employee Assistance Program.

The information collected is anonymous; however, the Counseling and Testing Center will have access to the data with no attached names or identification numbers. Therefore, it is important that you print your results if you want to review them with a counselor. ECSU students who are taking E-Checkup due to an alcohol violation will have to present a copy of their results to their counselor.

http://interwork.sdsu.edu/echeckup/usa/alc/coll/ElizabethCity

Screening for Mental Health

National Institute on Drug Abuse

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration

National Institute on Mental Health