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OSU-CHS Behavioral Health Resources
ComPsych Guidance Resources
- OSU-CHS offers confidential counselors with the Student Assistance Program (SAP) through ComPsych GuidanceResources. All OSU-CHS students and residents have access 24/7 to talk with a ComPsych counselor who will listen to your concerns and can guide you to the appropriate services you require. ComPsych counselors are available to provide “in-the-moment” support by calling 866-519-8354.
- If talking with the ComPsych counselor leads to a referral for counseling, you are entitled to 10 free counseling sessions arranged with a local provider. Telephone counseling is also available by appointment.
- At the time of your call to ComPsych, the counselor will conduct an assessment and
then provide referral information to you in one of several ways.
- In routine situations, you can expect to receive a call back from the ComPsych counselor within approximately a day or so after your initial call, who will provide the name of a local counselor who is available to see you for an appointment. We have been advised that once you contact the local provider, you should be able to be seen within approximately 3-5 days.
- If an urgent appointment is needed, you will be contacted as soon as a provider is located; depending on the time of the initial call, it may be the next day before you receive the provider’s information.
- In crisis situations, the ComPsych counselor will assess your needs and make a determination about the next level of assistance needed.
- ComPsych also has information available online on a range of topics (e.g., relationships, wellness, lifestyle, financial, etc), which can found at guidanceresources.com. To access for the first time, click the link for REGISTER, enter OKSTATESAP as your Web ID, and then create your user ID and password. You can also call 866-519-8354 and speak with a counselor to inquire about various topics.
On campus support:
Dr. Kelly Dunn, Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, is available to see students for coaching and behavioral health services. Visits are at no-cost and confidential. All students are welcome to stop by her office at A-329 or schedule an appointment at this link: https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=16294188
Residents that are also OSUMC employees can also seek assistance through the Community Care Employee Assistance Program.
OSU-Tulsa Counseling Clinic
- The OSU-Tulsa Counseling Clinic is available to see students and residents for 5 free counseling sessions. Additional sessions are $5/per session. Appointments can be set by calling 918-594-8568. The OSU-Tulsa Counseling Clinic is located on the OSU-Tulsa campus at 700 N. Greenwood, in Main Hall room 2419.
- In the Tulsa community, crisis intervention is available through COPES (Community Outreach Psychiatric Emergency Services) of Family and Children’s Services. COPES is confidential and free for persons in Tulsa County. For immediate help, call 918-744-4800. For more information, see http://www.fcsok.org/services/crisiscare-center-2/mobile-crisis-copes/.
Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
Please contact Dr. Vivian Stevens, Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, 918-561-8470, Room A-245, or Dr. Kelly Dunn (OhMD app, Room A-329), if you have questions. More information is available at http://fliphtml5.com/vnie/gxye/