Medical Services
The Student Wellness Center takes a comprehensive approach to health and wellness and offers medical services including preventative, routine, and immediate medical care as well as writing and filling prescriptions.
Counseling Services
The Student Wellness Center offers mental health support services including individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, alcohol & other drug assistance programs, psychiatric care (medication management), workshops and educational presentations, and community referrals.
Psychiatric Services
Psychiatric Services is a comprehensive clinical program led by highly skilled Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners who specialize in diagnosing and treating a diverse array of mental health issues. Our team is dedicated to providing compassionate and effective care, tailored to each individual’s unique needs. From anxiety and depression to more complex psychiatric disorders, we offer comprehensive assessments, evidence-based treatments, and ongoing support to help our patients achieve optimal mental wellness.
Substance Use Services
The Student Wellness Center is designed to provide students with a brave space to explore their relationship with alcohol, drugs, and behavioral addictions. Our services are free, confidential, and available to all enrolled students. Our skilled clinicians are available to discuss concerns about drinking or drug use, a concern about a friend’s misuse, or the impact of alcohol and drug use within the family.
All counseling is free and confidential. Schedule an appointment to learn more.
The Scarlet Raptor’s Nest is donation-based and works to aid the campus community of Rutgers-Camden facing food insecurity. In the 2022-2023 New Jersey Food Security Survey conducted by the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education (OSHE), it was reported that 40% of survey respondents qualified as foo­d insecure, meaning many students do not have reliable access to enough affordable nutritious food to maintain good health and our goal is to help fight hunger on campus.