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RSVP Appointment Types
LEVEL 1: EMERGENCY
If you are an IMMEDIATE RISK of harm to yourself/others or you have taken steps to harm yourself. If you are unable to care for yourself or unable to control yourself emotionally If you are experiencing intense fear, anxiety, etc. that is both overwhelming
AND you have been unable to cope. We will schedule you to see a therapist as soon as possible to focus on immediate concerns. *Brief appointments focused on addressing immediate safety concerns*
LEVEL 2: CRISIS
If you have thoughts of harm that cause you to be concerned for your safety but are NOT IN IMMEDIATE RISK of harming yourself/others and HAVE NOT TAKEN ACTION to harm yourself. If you in crisis that necessitates timely response by a therapist due to its severity. We will schedule you to be seen quickly (usually same day) to focus on immediate concerns. *Brief appointments focused on current crisis concerns*
LEVEL 3: NEW CLIENT
if you are looking to address concerns or problem that you believe have developed as a result of experiencing relationship and sexual violence AND your concerns do not require immediate reaction or result in an immediate state of crisis. We will schedule you for a new appointment based upon counselor availability and your own schedule within the next two weeks.
LEVEL 4: CONSULTATION
A consultation provides you with the opportunity to get answers to specific questions or discuss any concerns related to your own experience, or experience of a friend or family member. These appointments also address accommodation requests that are not related to a counseling need. Consultations are short and are typically only one-time appointments. Accommodation requests not related to immediate housing/general safety do not qualify for emergency or crisis appointments*
- Please review the appointment descriptions
- Identify which appointment matches your needs
- RSVP staff will contact you based on the appointment you requested
Our consent form can be found here. Go to the “Forms” tab, and click on RSVP Center telemedicine. Please review with your provider prior to signing.
To request a call from a counselor, please call 314-935-3445 or email the RSVP Center. Our phone and email will be monitored regularly M-F 8:30-5:00.
The RSVP Center operates from a public health model and utilizes trauma informed practices, response and prevention education to address relationship and sexual violence.
The RSVP Center fosters campus community that is safe, resilient, engaged and accountable.
24-hour services are available for individuals in immediate need of assistance, such as hospital care, reporting an assault to police or emergency housing accommodations.