Wellness & Supportive Services
We are here to help. The Center for Student Wellness and Counseling Services provides free and confidential direct individual counseling services for a variety of concerns including, stress, burnout, time management, relationship problems, anxiety, depression and other matters related to a student’s overall mental well-being. The Center also provides resource information on wellness topics and is responsible for student outreach programming designed to reduce stress and improve overall well-being.
The Center is open M-F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is located in Suite A-200 next to the library. Students seeking non-urgent crisis counseling may call 330-325-6757 or email email@example.com for an appointment.
Students seeking immediate crisis counseling may walk in anytime during normal business hours or call 330-325-6757 and follow the prompts to speak to a counselor.
If you are experiencing an emotional or psychiatric crisis and are unable to reach a NEOMED counselor, please contact the local and national resources listed on the left navigation pane or go to the nearest emergency room.
Confidentiality & Open Door Policy
NEOMED has an open-door policy for mental health concerns. It operates under strict confidentiality standards.
Thinking of getting help? You have several options to evaluate your well-being. This will not only give you an assessment on how you are doing but also provide self-help programming to address those needs. Simply click on “Self-Help Toolkit” in the left navigation pane.
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)
How to Help a Student
Professional school can be a difficulty and stressful time, and while students can usually manage the multiple stressors of professional, academic, and personal demands, it is okay to ask for or offer help to those in distress or need of support.
Alcohol, Tobacco & Substance Abuse
Students who are concerned about their behavior or the behavior of others are encouraged to contact the director of counseling, or refer to the University’s list of recommended off-campus providers for substance abuse treatment.
Hotlines & Local Resources
Community services for alcohol and substance abuse, suicide, crisis, mental health, and other health needs are also available outside of the University.
On-Call Crisis Resources
Help is available 24 hours a day for students in a crisis or in need of a personal intervention. Please call 330.325.6757 and follow the prompts to speak to a counselor.
After Hours Crisis
Coleman Professional Services:
National Crisis Hotline:
Crisis Text Line:
Center for Student Wellness & Counseling
Division of Health Affairs