Mental Health Resources

The university recognizes that the situation with COVID-19 may be stressful for members of the Johns Hopkins community, especially those with family and friends who are affected. This page includes information on resources that can be of support in this time.

Information for employees

Through the mySupport program, JHU employees and their household family members have free 24/7 access to confidential counseling and referral services for help with stress at work or at home, emotional distress, a difficult life transition, or other challenges. The program offers other referrals and daily life assistance as well.

When an individual calls mySupport, a clinician will listen, provide support, and help identify resources and next steps. If they choose to arrange a video or in-person appointment, mySupport will provide referrals to licensed clinicians in their area. The first five in-person counseling sessions are free and won’t require use of insurance.

Information for students

There are a wide array of free well-being and mental health resources available 24/7 for students. A complete list can be found on the Health and Well-Being website.

They include:

For students at Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, Whiting School of Engineering, and Peabody Institute:

For students at the School of Education, SAIS, Carey Business School, School of Nursing, School of Medicine, Bloomberg School of Public Health, and in the AAP or EEP programs:

For students at School of Nursing, School of Medicine, and Bloomberg School of Public Health


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