Please see this collection of resources to help with your wellbeing during this challenging time.
For students needing support for the loss or illness of a loved one: COVID-19 has many families suffering from the loss of a loved one or helping to support a seriously ill family member. We are here to support you please share your information so that we can reach out to you as quickly as possible.
New York State provides a free emotional support hotline in response to COVID-19 at 1-844-863-9314.
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Need any extra support due to the issues arising from the COVID-19 pandemic? Our staff is here to help. The departments of Student Wellness are actively adding on to this set of virtual resources designed to enhance your wellness.
To speak with a St. John’s counselor, please call 718-990-6352.
If you are in crisis, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
During this time, we encourage you to register for Therapy Assistance Online (TAO). Log in with your St. John’s email for guided therapy for stress, anxiety, depression and other concerns.
Student Health Services is here for you remotely, offering telehealth appointments and other services while the St. John’s is online.
Please seek prompt medical evaluation if you have fever, cough, or shortness of breath. If you have non-emergency questions, please call 718-990-6360 (select menu option 4).
In an emergency, please call 911 or a health care provider. Faculty, administrators, and staff should call their primary care provider.
We are still here to help! SOAR staff are working and meeting with students and others by phone and through video conferencing.
If you would like to meet with someone from SOAR, please call the Campus Support Advisor at 718-990-8484. Voicemails will be responded to within two business days. If you need to talk with someone after hours, or for an urgent matter, please call our 24/7 Mental Health Helpline at 718-990-6352.
As students adapt to the challenges presented by COVID-19, the University recognizes that as a result of the physical and mental health difficulties associated with the pandemic some students may request a Health Related Leave Of Absence (HRLOA).
To support our students during this time, the HRLOA Committee is relaxing the requirements for students requesting a HRLOA for the spring 2020 semester.
Disability Services is conducting web-based or phone registration meetings for students who have a new need for accommodations in relation to the online educational environment. We continue to support currently registered students with their approved accommodations or new requests via email check in, phone calls, or video teleconferencing.
Please contact the office at 718-990-6867 or [email protected] if you have questions or need assistance.
While we are all away from campus, Wellness Education and Prevention will be providing virtual wellness information to help members of the St. John’s community persevere and thrive during these unsettling times.
Please sign up for our Daily Wellness Tip GroupMe. We also provide many virtual wellness and self-care activities that can be accessed online.
As with all on-campus services, the Fitness Center and Taffner Field House are closed. But Campus Recreation continues to offer a variety of virtual fitness and recreational activities for the St. John’s community! Please check our Instagram @StJohnsRec daily for new virtual challenges, online fitness classes, and much more!
Are you looking to stay connected to your St. John’s community while classes are online? Follow @StJohnsNow and @StJohnsNowSI on Instagram for campus news, staying well and self-care practices, online activities you can join, upcoming virtual events, and more!