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Student Mental Health Resources

For 24/7 student assistance, contact GuidanceResources either online or call (833) 927-1860. 

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Mental Health Resources and Student Assistance

Personal problems, planning for life events or simply managing daily life can affect your mental health, educational goals, and relationships. Through the MCW Student Assistance Program (SAP) ComPsych GuidanceResources, students and their family members have access to confidential support, resources and information to provide guidance through life’s challengesComPsych offers guidance resources at no charge to students, including confidential counseling, school-life solutions, legal support and financial information.

Benefits at a glance:

  • 10 unbilled counseling sessions through ComPsych
  • 10 unbilled sessions through Student and Resident Behaviral Health clinic
  • Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Assistance with financial, legal and school-life balance concerns

Your GuidanceResources services include:

  • Confidential Counseling

    Life can be stressful. ComPsych is designed to provide counseling services for you and your household members to help you handle concerns constructively, before they become major issues. Call anytime about concerns such as marital, relationship and family problems; stress, anxiety and depression; grief and loss, job pressures and substance abuse.

  • School-Work-Life Solutions

    Too much to do, and too little time to get it all done? The student-work-life specialists at ComPsych can do the research for you, and provide qualified referrals and customized resources for child and elder care, moving, pet care, college planning, home repair, buying a car, planning an event, selling a house and more.

  • Legal Support

    With GuidanceResources, you have an attorney “on call” whenever you have questions about legal matters. Speak with ComPsych licensed attorneys about legal concerns such as divorce, custody, adoption, real estate, debt and bankruptcy, landlord/tenant issues, civil and criminal actions and more. If you require representation, you can be referred to a qualified attorney for a free 30-minute consultation and a 25 percent reduction in customary legal fees.

  • Financial Information

    Everyone has financial questions. With your GuidanceResources benefit, you can get answers to your questions about budgeting, debt management, tax issues and other money concerns from ComPsych CPAs, Certified Financial Planners® and other financial experts, simply by calling your toll-free number.

Ways to Access GuidanceResources

To schedule all counseling services, including ComPsych and the Student and Resident Behavioral Health clinic, call (833) 927-1860.

GuidanceResources is available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

There are two ways to access your GuidanceResources benefits:

  1. Call (833) 927-1860 (toll free). You’ll speak to a counseling professional who will listen to your concerns and can guide you to the appropriate services you require.
  2. Visit GuidanceResources online and enter your company ID.

Remember, your GuidanceResources benefits are strictly confidential. 

GuidanceResources

Students should now contact GuidanceResources for all behavioral health and counseling services, including those through ComPsych and the Student and Resident Behavioral Health clinic. GuidanceResources is also available 24/7 for concerns related to school-life balance, financial information and legal support.

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Confidential Counseling

Students now have choices! ComPsych has therapists all over the city with flexible after hours scheduling.  MCW Student and Resident Behavioral Health is also an option that has been providing care to our learners for many years. For ease of access, there is a single point of entry; ComPsych will help you choose the best option for your needs.

Students are eligible for 10 unbilled sessions per issue through ComPsych and 10 unbilled session through the Student and Resident Behavioral Health clinic. Confidential counseling services service are staffed by experienced clinicians and is available by phone 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Students can call any time with concerns related to: 

  • Work, school and life balance 
  • Relationships 
  • Major life changes 
  • Substance abuse 
  • Grief and loss 
  • Stress, anxiety and depression 

Visit GuidanceResources or call (833) 927-1860 to access confidential counseling services.

Financial Information

Students can schedule an appointment with a financial expert to receive guidance on a number of topics, including:

  • Managing personal financial challenges
  • Credit card and debt management
  • Budgeting
  • Financing schools/student loans 

Visit GuidanceResources or call (833) 927-1860 to access confidential counseling services.

Legal Support

Students receive a free, 30-minute consultation with a local network attorney. On staff attorneys can assist with: 

  • Landlord/tenant issues 
  • DUI/DWI 
  • Contracts 
  • Civil actions 

Visit GuidanceResources or call (833) 927-1860 to access confidential counseling services.

School-Work-Life Solutions

From academic study tips to finding a place to live, students can receive helpful information related to: 

  • Study skills and tutoring services 
  • Finding an apartment/relocating 
  • Travel planning 
  • Housing and utility assistance

Visit GuidanceResources or call (833) 927-1860 to access confidential counseling services.

More Resources Through Student and Resident Behavioral Health

  • Coping Clinic

    The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine has launched a Coping Clinic, which is an additional support for students and their spouses during the COVID-19 pandemic. For new requests, call (414) 955-8933.

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  • Interactive Screening Program

    Other opportunities for self-assessment include the Interactive Screening Program - a depression and suicide screener purchased through the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

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  • Student and Resident Behavioral Health Clinic

    The Clinic now offers 10 unbilled sessions for students and has offices just off campus at Tosa Health Center. Medication evaluations and management will continue to be offered only through the Clinic.

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  • SilverCloud for Students

    SilverCloud is an online resource that offers programs for depression, anxiety and stress. Each program consists of modules that you may complete at your own pace.

    Learn More