Crisis Hotlines

Pennsylvania Crisis Line:

Georgia Crisis Line:

Suicide Prevention Lifeline:

Crisis Text Line:
Text 741741

All crisis lines can be reached 24/7.


Off-Campus and Virtual Counseling Resources for Students

The Office of Student Affairs provides PCOM, PCOM Georgia and PCOM South Georgia medical and graduate students with several external, off-campus student counseling services and resources. These programs are provided at no cost to students.

Carebridge Services

Carebridge professional counseling services

What is this Program?

The professional experts from Carebridge have a proven track record for providing confidential assistance and can help you find solutions to a wide range of personal and family issues.

Available services include stress management, relationship problems, substance abuse, depression and anxiety, grief and loss, difficult emotional issues, financial concerns, relocation, housing options, child care, eldercare and wellness resources.

Contact Carebridge student assistance program

Student Assistance Program
Phone: 800-437-0911
Urgent Calls: 24/7
Non-urgent Calls: Mon-Fri, 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
PCOM's Access Code: R5SAF

These services are available at no cost to all PCOM students and their dependents.

Remember: Carebridge is not replacing the comprehensive support services you receive from Student Affairs. This is an additional resource option for those who wish to utilize confidential resources, if you are away from campus, or if you need emergency confidential assistance when PCOM is closed.

TelaDoc's HealthiestYouServices

HealthiestYou by TelaDoc

First Risk Advisors and HealthiestYou have partnered together to provide access to doctors and licensed mental healthcare professionals. All telebehavioral health services through HealthiestYou are free for PCOM students.

Through the HealthiestYou Behavioral Health program, you’ll receive:

  • Access to mental health specialists: Get ongoing, confidential access to behavioral healthcare and medically necessary prescriptions. Wherever you are, you can talk to a psychiatrist, psychologist, counselor, clinical social worker or therapist through video or phone.
  • Mobile support: Receive access to doctors, therapists and counselors by web or the HealthiestYou mobile app.
  • Member-counselor matching: When you sign up, an intake questionnaire will match you with an appropriate counselor, so you can always speak to someone well-suited to your situation. You can also choose your provider based on licensure, specialty, gender or language by reviewing the provider’s bio and the information on their linked website.
  • Flexible scheduling: HealthiestYou telemental health services are available seven days a week, from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., based on your local time.
  • Interpretation services: If you need an interpreter, your provider can connect you to one through Language Line Solutions, which supports more than 200 languages.
  • International support: access to licensed mental healthcare professionals is available wherever you’re located, even if traveling internationally.

Visit myPCOM to view more details and learn how to access the service.

United Healthcare Insurance Participants

Mental illness treatment and substance use disorder treatment are treated like any other sickness. Visit the student health insurance website to find an in-network mental health provider:

Additional Resources

Click the links below for additional information on the following topics:

Visit Student Mental Health and Wellness on myPCOM for additional resources.