Get Help for Yourself
If you are having suicidal thoughts, or if you are experiencing an emotional or psychiatric crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1.800.273.8255 or go to the nearest emergency room.
Get Counseling After Office Hours
If you urgently need to speak with a counselor after regular office hours, call 216.903.7873 and leave a message, including your full name and phone number. Please allow 15 minutes for a counselor to return your call.
We’re here to help. 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.
ULifeLine Self Evaluator
Thinking about getting help? The ULifeLine Self Evaluator screens for thirteen of the most common mental health conditions that college students face. This screening does not provide a diagnosis, but identifies problems that could be impacting thoughts, feelings and behaviors. The screening process also provides information on these conditions and how to reach out for help.
Alcohol, Tobacco & Substance
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.
Confidentiality & Open Door Policy
NEOMED has an open-door policy for mental health concerns. It operates under strict confidentiality standards.
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 Services
Help is available 24 hours a day for students in a crisis or in need of a personal intervention. Please call 216.903.7873 and leave your full name and phone number. Your call will be returned within 15 minutes.
Sexual Misconduct & Assault
University policy provides for a positive, discrimination-free educational and working environment. That means we have zero tolerance for gender-based harassment, sexual assault or misconduct, relationship violence or stalking.
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