Here are other available on-campus, local, and national resources that may also be of interest to our Health Sciences community.  

BeWell provides services to HSC students, but HSC students can still access the main counseling center at WVU. Take a glance at services they offer, by taking a peak at their webpage.

Interested in finding a clinician in Morgantown for more extended care. Click on this list here for all the available places in town that work with undergraduate, graduate, and professional students.

Out of state and seeking services? As a WVU student, you can use Talkspace as a way to prevent everyday concerns from becoming larger ones.

Additional resources for self-help:

Need assistance with paying bills, locating the nearest food pantry, searching for medical/dental providers in the area...look no further. WV 211 has all of West Virginia's resources listed on one website:

Need to make a CARE Team referral? The CARE team helps students, faculty, and staff better assist students who are at-risk. Intervention is timely and pulls from all sorts of resources to take care of students. 

Helping professionals experience the highest level of burnout and compassion fatigue. It is critical to be aware of where you fall on things like compassion satisfaction, risk of burnout, and compassion fatigue. Use the PROQL found here: