Skip Navigation

Crisis Response

JHSAP is a good resource during difficult times. Crisis events, whether big or small, have emotional consequences and affect our ability to carry on with our work and personal lives. We can assist individuals and groups in understanding the normal response to loss and traumatic stress, as well as how to adopt positive coping strategies and foster resiliency. Feeling better is unique to each person and does not follow any set pattern or timeframe.

Crisis Response services provide:

  • Individual assessment and referral for emotional problems related to crisis events
  • Group interventions following traumatic events
  • Collaborative group interventions, including pastoral care and others trained in crisis management
  • Consultation to deans, faculty, and staff whose students are coping with crisis events

You and your spouse, partner, or child are eligible for confidential services, without charge. All records are maintained and managed by JHSAP; clinical records are NOT part of your academic file. All clinical documentation is maintained separately from EPR and EPIC medical records.


Resources for a Crisis

The resources below may be helpful to you as you or someone you know tries to process the tumultuous events in Baltimore City and plan for the days ahead and the end of the academic year. The Self Help Resources section of this website includes information about depression, anxiety, and traumatic stress.

Crisis events, whether big or small, have emotional consequences that may affect our ability to carry on with our work and personal lives. Each of us will need to process these events in ways that help us make sense of the world. Please reach out to us if we can lend support during this difficult time.​
 

Tips for Coping

        Managing Traumatic Stress

10 Ways to Build Resilience

Tips for Helping Children Cope

Talking with Children after a Traumatic Event

       Talking with Kids about News

Talk to Someone Now

443-287-7000
Toll Free: 866-764-2317

In case of an emergency, call 911.

 


/sebin/h/o/hand-helping-up.JPG