Elon Counseling Services Referral Database can be used to help match your mental health needs with a compatible provider in the local Elon community (within an hour radius). If you are seeking longer-term treatment, specialized services, and/or prefer an off-campus provider, this database allows you to customize a search for mental health providers to best match your mental health needs and preferences. If you need additional support in connecting with a community provider, please contact our office at 336-278-7280 and request to speak with the Clinical Case Manager.

Psychology Today can be used to explore provider resources beyond Elon across the nation. This may be helpful to you if you are needing to establish care in your hometown or while you are away from Elon’s campus.

The Alliance for Eating Disorders provides the largest, most comprehensive, and free database of treatment centers, therapists, psychiatrists, nutritionists, and other providers who are specialized in the treatment of eating disorders. You can search for all levels of care via the findEDhelp website or the findEDhelp hotline, (866) 662-1235.

Collegiate Recovery help students maintain a sober and healthy lifestyle in order to fully engage in their academic, social, and personal pursuits. Phoenix Free is student-led and provides students a list of community self-help groups and meetings.

Trans Lifeline is a grassroots hotline and microgrants 501(c)(3) non-profit organization offering direct emotional and financial support to trans people in crisis – for the trans community, by the trans community.

The Human Rights Campaign offers resources for finding insurance for transgender-related healthcare.