We Help You Manage Life Challenges and Enhance Emotional Well-Being.
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.
Inclement Weather Alert: when JHU closes for inclement weather, JHSAP offices will be closed. Students may still reach telephonic assistance, 24/7/365, when JHSAP is closed. If your appointment is cancelled as a result of inclement weather, please call JHSAP when offices reopen to reschedule.
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FREE Services at JHSAP:
Identification and assessment of personal, family, and school/work-related issues, brief counseling and consultation, and referrals to appropriate and accessible services and resources.
Small student groups or departmental meetings with a counselor to help process the emotional consequences of a crisis and provide resources to help everyone move forward.
Support and guidance that will enhance the trust, respect, and communication between you and your partner. Problem-solve and help create a plan for managing your reactions to difficult relationships.
Academic and professional development support on topics such as study skills, stress management, school-life balance, financial management, and adjusting to a new culture.
Preventive and educational sessions that benefit all JHSAP students, as well as support and discussion groups.
Collaborative consultations between a JHSAP counselor and the dean, faculty member, or staff member to problem-solve student issues and provide effective guidance.
Toll Free: 866-764-2317
In case of an emergency, call 911.
Sep 25, 2017As part of new student orientation, JHSAP recorded a presentation on the opioid epidemic and available resources.