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Identity-Based Mental Health Resources

  • National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network 
    • The National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network (NQTTCN) is a healing justice organization committed to transforming mental health for queer and trans people of color. Their directory is organized regionally to assist people in identifying a practitioner to work with. 
  • Therapy for Queer People of Color 
    • Therapy for Queer People of Color (QPoC) is a mental health network whose goal is to increase access to quality and inclusive mental healthcare for queer and trans people of color through empowerment & education. Their directory can assist you in finding a therapist in your immediate area. 

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    • Available 24 hours. Languages: English, Spanish. 
  • This article lists several free mental health resources for the Black community, including books, podcasts, directories, and tips on how to seek support. 
  • The Orlando Youth Alliance has a list of counselors and psychologists in the Central Florida area that can be reached here

Departments, Organizations, and Services

Black Women’s Circle: Black Women’s Circle is open to any Black-identifying woman who is a staff or faculty member on Rollins campus. The group was created as a supportive space for Rollins employees. We also will cohost events when speakers come to campus and meet with candidates that are interviewing on campus. We also try to support BSU in any endeavors that they are holding. To join, email

Student Organizations: Black Student Union, Caribbean Student Association, DESI, Interfaith Collective, Latin American Student Association, Spectrum, Brazilian Student Association, VOICES, Hillel, Muslim Student Union, Mediterranean Student Association, and Catholic Campus Ministries

Learn more on the Student Center for Inclusion & Belonging.

CAPS: Counseling and Psychological Services at the Wellness Center offers confidential individual and group counseling to students covering a variety of issues that may interfere with academic progress and holistic wellness. CAPS provides crisis intervention on an as-needed basis, as well as outreach, consultation, and referral services.

For mental health emergencies on-campus during Spring and Fall semesters, call or come to the Wellness Center (407-628-6340; 118 W. Fairbanks Ave.) during our regular hours; after hours, call Campus Safety (407-646-2999) or After-Hours Crisis Phone (833-848-1761) to be connected to a counselor. 

Diversity Council: The Diversity Council seeks to foster and to model a campus environment that is welcoming, safe, and inclusive to all of our administrators, faculty, staff, and students. They view differences (e.g. nationality, race, gender, age, sexual orientation, socioeconomic class, physical ability, learning styles, perspectives, etc.) not as obstacles to be overcome but as rich opportunities for understanding, learning, and growth.

Employee Assistance Program: Faculty and staff seeking mental health counseling may call 877-398-5816 or visit

Lucy Cross Center for Women, Gender, and Sexuality: Founded in 2010 by dedicated staff, students, and faculty, “the Lucy” was created as a safe and welcoming space to form community, establish networks, and promote social justice.

Olin Library: Check out their #BlackLivesMatter guide here

Religious and Spiritual Life: The Dean of Religious and Spiritual Life does everything from making space for religious-specific programming, facilitating interfaith dialogue & work, coordinating educational opportunities to delve into ethical, religious, philosophical, & spiritual subjects, engaging in conflict transformation, and much more.

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.: From seven young educators, Sigma Gamma Rho has become an international service organization comprised of women from every profession. Sigma Gamma Rho offers its members opportunities to develop their unique talents through leadership training and involvement in sorority activities. Sorority activities provide an atmosphere where friendships and professional contacts are developed which often lead to bonds that last a lifetime. Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Incorporated is always looking for strong, motivated, and hard-working college-educated women of all colors, nationalities, and sexual orientations. For more information, contact your nearest and dearest Pretty Poodle.

Student and Family Care: The Office of Student and Family Care The Office of Student and Family Care serves as a safe setting to listen to student and parent concerns related to navigating college life. Our office is a resource for families, faculty, and staff in supporting students in a holistic way using the Nine Dimensions of Wellness: physical, emotional, social, occupational, creative, intellectual, spiritual, environmental, and financial.

Student Media: In line with Rollins College’s core beliefs, Student Media welcomes any and all students from all kinds of backgrounds and beliefs to share their voice. From opinion articles on the Sandspur to starting your own Podcast on WPRK, Student Media takes pride in its diversity.