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Resources for Mental Well-Being

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Getting Help

University Mental Health Services (UMH)

A part of the University Health Services available to School of Medicine students and Johns Hopkins housestaff and post-doctoral fellows, UMH provides treatment for mental health conditions. To schedule an appointment, call 410-955-1892.

View UMH's Scope of Services (DOCX)

Hopkins MySupport

MySupport offers free, confidential services to assistant with mental health problems and emotional well-being. Services include in person or tele-video short-term counseling, resources to help with management, and crisis response services. MySupport also has resources for Daily Life Assistance. You can reach mySupport by phone at 443-997-7000; visit their website to learn more.


TimelyMD provides 24/7 on demand "Talk Now" therapy or scheduled visit times via video visit.

Finding a Therapist Outside of Hopkins

View this online resource for mental health professional listings. Note: Therapists may not accept your insurance, please inquire with them before making an appointment.

The RISE (Resilience in Stressful Events) Team

RISE provides confidential peer-to-peer support to Johns Hopkins Hospital employees who have experienced a stressful, patient-related incident. PING "RISE Team" or call 410-283-3953.

Safe at Hopkins

Visit Safe at Hopkins for information and resources about emotional distress, suicidality, workplace bullying and violence, and domestic violence.

Silver Cloud Signup  

SilverCloud is an online, confidential mental health resource that is free and available to all full-time Johns Hopkins trainees and students. Sign up for SilverCloud here.

Depression and Suicide Awareness

We Need To Talk About Depression and Suicide

11-minute video about the link between depression and suicide as told by medical experts and a family impacted by depression and a serious attempt to take one's life.

Make the Difference: Preventing Medical Trainee Suicide

This video from Mayo Clinic and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention explains how everyone can help prevent suicide by being alert for the signs of depression and escaping stress and how to be most helpful.

Concern About a Peer

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