Mental Well-being

Depression and Suicide

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Preventing Medical Trainee Suicide

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.
UMH's Scope of Services

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. 443-997-7000

Finding a Therapist outside of Hopkins
An 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
Information and resources about emotional distress, suicidality, workplace bullying and violence, and domestic violence

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