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Wash U On-Campus Resources and Student Groups

Association of Black Students (ABS)

Email: abs.wustl@gmail.com

About: WashU cultural group concerned with the wellbeing and issues of Black students on campus in addition to the political, social, and economic issues affecting the Black community worldwide

Association of Latin American Students (ALAS)

Email: alas@su.wustl.edu

About: WashU club founded in order to provide a support network for Hispanic/Latino students by fostering community and promoting Latin culture

Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI)

Phone Number: 314-935-7535

Email: diversityandinclusion@wustl.edu  

  • Hours: Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 5 pm
  • Location: DUC Suite 150

About: Bias Report and Support System: can report online, by phone, or in-person by appointment. Offers different monthly programs for students

The Black Men’s Coalition

Contact: https://bmcwashu.wordpress.com/contact/

About: An affinity space for Black identifying men at WashU dedicated to providing a safe space for Black men to gather and prosper

Off-Campus Resources

Asian Mental Health Collective

Website: asianmhc.org

About: Organization that aspires to make mental health easily available, approachable, and accessible to Asian communities worldwide


Hotline Number: 800-604-5841

About: A space for peer support and counseling to folks who are most impacted by systemic oppression, with an LGBTQ+ Black Femme focus

Center for the Pacific Asian Family (CPAF)

24/7 Crisis Helpline Number: 800-339-3940

About: Multilingual helpline for API survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Can provide emergency shelter and transitional housing in Los Angeles county

DEQH – DESI LGBTQ+ Helpline for South Asians

Helpline Number: 908-367-3374

  • Hours: Thursdays and Sundays from 7 pm to 9 pm CST

About: Free and confidential helpline for South Asian lesbian, gay, bi, queer, trans, non-binary, questioning individuals in the US

Black Virtual Wellness Directory

Website: wellness.beam.community

About: Resource to find a Black therapist, doula, yoga teacher, mediator, and more

Inclusive Therapists

Website: inclusivetherapists.com

About: A safe, simple way to find a culturally responsive, LGBTQ+ affirming, social justice-oriented therapist. Centers needs of BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities

Loveland Foundation

Website: thelovelandfoundation.org

About: Therapy fund for Black women and girls to apply for financial assistance

National Therapists of Color Network

Website: nqttcn.com

About: Organization committed to transforming mental health for queer and trans people of color

Strong Hearts Native Helpline

24/7 Crisis Helpline Number: 844-762-8483

About: Safe, confidential, free and anonymous helpline for Native Americans and Alaska Natives who have experienced domestic or sexual violence. Offers peer support, personalized safety planning, referrals to Native-centered domestic and sexual violence service providers


24/7 Helpline Number: 888-888-7702

About: Free, confidential multilingual helpline in 18+ Asian languages and dialects. Provides emergency housing with a total of 40 beds in New York City to be used for up to 90 days. Offers counseling in the client’s native language

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