The symbols designate resources that can be utilized in the following type of situations:
✱ Requires immediate assistance, risk to self or others
✚ Requires assistance, possible risk to self or others
● Address and make referrals, minimal risk to self or others
◆ Mental health resources
Resources For Students
Care Team Referral
Report concerns confidentially that could disrupt our community through a referral. The Care Team will initiate proper action to help ensure the safety of the community.
Submit a Care Team referral
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The Center for Student Wellness and Counseling Services provides free and confidential counseling services for stress, depression, sexual assault, time management, suicidal thoughts and a range of other concerns.
- Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Location: Suite A-200 next to the library.
Students seeking non-urgent crisis counseling may call 330.325.6757 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment.
Students seeking immediate crisis counseling may walk in anytime during normal business hours. If you are experiencing an emotional or psychiatric crisis and are unable to reach a NEOMED counselor, please contact Community Crisis Resources.
Help a Student
A change in behavior of a friend, roommate or classmate can make us question what exactly they might be going through.
The Inclusivity Center allows for various diversity and inclusion activities (meetings, speakers, events, etc.), as well as, diversity related resources. The center provides a space for all students, faculty and staff who partake in its offerings to feel a sense of belonging, engaged, and valued.
To reserve the center, call 330.325.6733.
The Meditation Room is designed to promote wellness and offers a number of options to assist in reducing stress and restoring balance. The room features a light therapy box, relaxation CDs, a Shiatsu heated massage chair and more.
Location: L-238 (No reservation necessary)
The SafeSpace Initiative is designed to provide dedicated resources to members of the LGBTQ community at NEOMED, their allies, family and friends
Exercise is one of the most effective ways to improve mental health. Regular exercise can reduce depression and anxiety, relieve, stress and boost your overall mood.
Title IX is a federal law designed to protect all participants in the university’s educational program from discrimination, including parents/guests, students, and employees, from discrimination on the basis of sex.