Student Well-Being Resources
Johns Hopkins Student Assistance Program (JHSAP)
Johns Hopkins Student Assistance Program provides resources, including professional counseling, to assist students across the Johns Hopkins community with any pressures and difficulties they may face during their academic careers.
The Johns Hopkins Student Assistance Program (JHSAP) is a life management resource that can help you identify and manage challenging issues in healthy ways. Getting help is free, convenient, and confidential. Services include:
- Short-term counseling
- Crisis response
- Healthy relationship support
- School-life coaching and adjustment
- Educational workshops
- Dean, faculty, and staff consultations
University Health Services (UHS)
UHS provides medical and mental health services to Hopkins students, residents, fellows and trainees and their spouses/domestic partners. Their health care providers consist of internal medicine physicians, psychiatrists, a licensed psychologist, nurse practitioners, and licensed clinical social workers assisted by our clinical and administrative staff. To schedule an appointment, contact University Health Services at (410) 955-3250.
UHS Office of Wellness and Health Promotion
UHS Wellness serves students, post-doctoral fellows, house staff and other trainees within the School of Medicine, Bloomberg School of Public Health, School of Nursing, and the Berman Institute. UHS has a weekly newsletter, hosts monthly wellbeing events, and offers a various wellness opportunities throughout the year. Phone: 410.955.8705 Email: email@example.com
Assistance and Well-Being Information for Students who are Parents
- Breastfeeding Support Program
- Lunchtime workshops offered at various campuses.
- Online resources related to parenting.
- Some child care centers provide priority to Hopkins students. Note: Students can contact child care centers posted on the website, however JHU staff are not able to individually assist in identifying care.
Students in need of support regarding sexual assault and/ or sexual violence can find resources and information on the University's Sexual Assault Response and Prevention webpage.