We know that living a healthy life isn’t always easy and that it’s a bit of a balancing act.
Johns Hopkins University and the Carey Business School are committed to the health and wellness of all members of our community. Below you will find a variety of resources that we hope you will find helpful. While these resources are not meant to be a substitute for serious medical conditions, our hope is that you will find them informative and useful to have a healthy mind, a healthy body, and live better through balance.
The Johns Hopkins Assistance Program provides support to students dealing with pressures and problems they encounter during their academic careers. Services are free and confidential. For more information, please visit JHSAP’s website at http://jhsap.org/. To contact JHSAP or to schedule an appointment, please call 443-287-7000, or toll-free at 866-764-2317 or by email: email@example.com.
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Johns Hopkins students, faculty, and staff have free premium access to the Calm App. When you create an account, you will have access to meditation instruction, sleep assistance, stretching videos, and relaxing music.
Johns Hopkins offers all full-time students free access to the SilverCloud platform. It is a confidential online portal that teaches students about mental health, well-being, and resilience. It provides tips and tools for dealing with anxiety, depression, and stress. It frequently draws upon Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) methods. You can even connect with a SilverCloud coach who will help keep you engaged and motivated. You can access SilverCloud at https://jhu.silvercloudhealth.com/signup/ .
TimelyMD provides virtual mental telehealth and counseling services for Johns Hopkins students. Mental Telehealth is a convenient way for JHU students to receive 24/7, no-cost mental health support through TalkNow (talk about anything, anytime) and Scheduled Counseling for common issues and concerns that can be safely and accurately discussed and treated virtually. All you need is an internet connection.