Find Your Community
When finding our ways of well-being, identity-based communities can be a source of deep connection and healing. Discrimination, systemic oppression, and historic/ongoing colonialism continue to disparately impact BIPOC and marginalized communities. These community spaces, along with the support of trained mental health professionals, strive to provide us with the warmth and care we need to flourish, at Stanford and into the future.
- Asian American and Pacific Islander Community
- Black Community
- First-Gen and/or Low Income Community
- International Students and Scholars
- Jewish Community
- LGBTQIA+ Community
- Latinx Community
- Muslim / MENASA Community
- Native American / Indigenous Community
- Students with Disabilities
- Students in Addiction Recovery
- Undocumented Students
- Other Resources for Our Communities
For marginalized, multiple and/or intersecting identities
The specialized services of the centerspace clinic in the School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences are available to Stanford students. The centerspace clinic provides "culturally-contextualized, trauma-informed care for people for whom the experience of carrying marginalized, multiple and/or intersecting identities is an important part of the mental health and well-being."
To access services, complete this form and indicate you are seeking services at the "centerspace clinic." Expedited assistance for impacted students is avaialble. A wide range of insurance plans, including Cardinal Care, are accepted by the clinic.
If you have financial need and your insurance doesn't cover the cost of centerspace care, support is available from the Dean of Students Office, email@example.com.