Multicultural Health Program
The CAPS Multicultural Health Program centers the needs of Black, Indigenous, and Students of Color at UNC-Chapel Hill.
The Multicultural Health Program (MCHP) is committed to decreasing mental health stigma and increasing access to culturally responsive mental health support and services. Our aim is to foster safety, promote healing, and empower racially and ethnically minoritized students. MCHP offers support and services through
- Individual brief therapy
- Group therapy
- Developing long-term relationships with student organizations and campus partners
The Assistant Director and staff therapists within this program are dedicated to meeting the mental health needs of our students of color.
Erinn Scott, PsyD Assistant Director
CAPS is proud of the award-winning Multicultural Health Program!
Campus Health Teamwork Award, 2021
Multicultural Health Program Outreach
The Multicultural Health Program at UNC CAPS often provides outreach specifically for BIPOC students. Follow @UNCHealthyHeels on social media and find events on Heel Life.
Fall 2023 Virtual Workshop Series for BIPOC Graduate and Professional Students:
- Sept. 27th: Finding Your Community
- Oct. 16th: Managing Anxiety, Stress and Burnout
- Nov 10th: Building Self-Confidence and Overcoming Self-Doubt
Fall 2023 International Student Support Group:
- Fridays at the Fed Ex Global Center
In addition, resources are available below to read more about and heal from racial trauma.