We take a holistic approach to health, offering an array of services for both mind and body. Campus Rec From group fitness and personal training to equipment rentals and pick-up games, there are endless ways to stay active at Princeton. Carebridge Get 24/7 confidential assistance to help you navigate work, personal, or family issues. You are eligible for eight free consultations covering anything from substance abuse to stress and finances. The Work Life program offers referrals for child or elder care, adoption, and more. Use code TW8AE to access the site, or call 800-437-0911. Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) CPS supports you with counseling, urgent-care services and long-term treatment, mind-body programs, emergency services, and more. They also offer referrals for off-campus services and provide details on mental health loans for outside costs. If safety is an immediate concern, call the Department of Public Safety at 911. Graduate Advance If you are coping with an unexpected financial emergency, a Graduate Advance may be available. Office of Disability Services (ODS) ODS welcomes all students who have (or suspect they have) a disability. Staff is available to help you sort out any difficulties, find accommodations, and secure referrals. Sexual Harassment/Assault Advising, Resources and Education (SHARE) SHARE is a confidential resource that provides crisis response, support, short-term counseling, advocacy, education, and referrals to those dealing with and/or supporting survivors of interpersonal violence and abuse including sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking. Student Health Plan (SHP) Princeton University provides health insurance coverage through the Student Health Plan (SHP) for enrolled graduate students and their eligible dependents. University Health Services UHS resources span medical care, health promotion and prevention, and insight on all aspects of wellbeing. UHS administers a Special Needs Fund to assist with uncovered expenses.