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Our counseling team offers strategies for meeting the challenges of college life like stress management and healthy relationships. Check out seasonal tips for each phase of the school year on our blog.

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Our guide to supporting a survivor of sexual assault or intimate partner violence.

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We hope the information and resources in this toolkit will help you address body image issues confidently in your family

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Print out some of our coloring cards for a moment of mindful coloring and our 2, 5, 10 and 30 minute stress relief tips!

Our Guide to Other Resources in the UVA and Charlottesville Area

Visit our site's Resource Navigator page to browse resources by location or to view or print lists of resources of various kinds.


Food Pantry Locations at UVA

UVA Pantries, along with other UVA facilities, are closed during the COVID-19 response. A tool for locating food resources in the area is available on the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank's website.

  • Here at the Women's Center - visit our Food Pantry page for further information 
    • 1400 University Avenue
    • Monday-Friday 8:30 to 5:00pm
  • UVA Community Food Pantry
    • SAC Kitchen, Newcomb Hall
    • Days and hours typically follow Newcomb Hall's hours. See the pantry website for further information. 
  • Nursing School
    • 225 Jeanette Way
    • Not fully stocked in Summer
  • Engineering School
    • Thornton A-121, M-F 8:30 - 5:00pm
  • McIntire School of Commerce
    • Rouss & Robertson Halls Room 114
    • M-F 8:00 - 5:00pm
  • Law School
  • Darden

Food resources on Grounds are evolving. If you are aware of updates that we should include here, please let us know


Quick Links to Resources Provided by UVA

Remote Groups to Support Students During COVID-19 Response - learn more on this page of CAPS' site

Online Mental Wellness Tools and Information

  • Silvercloud: secure, immediate access to online programs to address common concerns such as anxiety, depression, or stress.
  • CAPS Referral Database: use the MiResource tool provided by CAPS to search for Charlottesville-area mental health providers who are best suited to your needs.
  • Browse additional resources on CAPS' website

Other Helpful Sites around Grounds

Pages for Related Services at the Women's Center