The Registrar/Student Services Office seeks to provide services that enhance the overall wellness of Roseman students. Our wellness programs are designed to improve the quality of campus life and to improve students’ success in achieving their academic goals.

Guardian Student Assistance Plan

The Guardian Student Assistance Plan (SAP) offers confidential personal counselors available at a call or click away, but offers resources and information on the following:

  • Academic stress and pressure
  • Body image and eating disorders
  • Child care services
  • Depression, grief, and general mental health
  • Divorce, custody, probation, and other legal matters
  • Finances – credit card and student loan debt
  • Life coaching
  • Personal relationships – family, friends, dating
  • Substance abuse and other addictions
Free/confidential benefits can be accessed two ways:
  1. Online: www.ibhworklife.com
    Username: Matters
    Password: wlm70101
  2. Phone: 800-386-7055
    Identify yourself as a Roseman student with Group # 469455
    (In order to access these services, please contact an in-take counselor first by calling the phone number above. This brief initial telephone conversation will help ensure you that you obtain access to the most appropriate provider for your needs.)

UHC SAP Mediation

UHC SAP Better Help Student

Starting on the effective date of your policy, you have access to Psychologists (PhD/PsyD), Marriage and Family therapists (LMFT), Clinical Social Workers (LCSW) and Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC). These professional licensed counselors will be available to you via ongoing text communications, live chat, phone, video or groupinars.

 When you first visit the counseling website, you will be asked to register and complete a questionnaire, which will also ask you for counselor preferences (gender, specialty, etc.) to ensure you are matched with a practitioner that can help you meet your goals. Within 24 hours after completing the questionnaire, you will be contacted by a counselor to schedule an appointment and decide on a communication method that best suits your needs.

 As an insured with StudentResources, there is no consultation fee for this service. Every communication with a BetterHelp counselor is covered 100% during your policy period.

UHC SAP Healthiest You-Telehealth

Student Counseling Resources

If you are enrolled in the Roseman Student Health Insurance Plan, you can go to this link to find a mental health clinician near you that is in-network.

 

Crisis Support Services of Nevada – connects callers with local suicide intervention specialists

Text CARE to 839863 to talk to a staff member or volunteer.

Nevada 2-1-1 State of Nevada Mental Health Services

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – Phone(800) 273-8255

Utah 2-1-1 State of Utah Mental Health Services

The Crisis Text Line – free, national service available 24/7

Text HOME to 741741

Mental Health Emergency Resources – Utah only
University Neuropsychiatric Institute – Mobile Crisis Unit
24-hour Crisis Services
Phone:  801-587-3000

The Trevor Project(for LGBT youth, friends and family members) – 1-866-488-7386

Veteran in crisis or concerned about one?

VA offers same day services in Primary Care and Mental Health at 166 VA Medical Centers across the country? Find your local VA Medical Center

Veterans Crisis Line (1-800-273-8255) or text 838255

Disaster Survivors – this is a 24/7 Disaster Distress Helpline – 1-800-985-5990

Helpful Tips:

*If your friend is in immediate danger, call local emergency services immediately. Don’t delay contacting 911.

*Caring for someone who is considering and/or threatening suicide can be challenging. Please remember to take care of yourself and reach out to friends or health care professionals for support.  You can contact the Student Assistance Plan (information listed above) free of charge for help at any time.

*If the person has made a post on Facebook that concerns you:

Facebook’s site notes that if you see a post on Facebook that worries you, you can also contact Facebook. Facebook states that when they receive your report Facebook, “may send some resources that we’ve developed with suicide prevention experts to the person. They won’t know that you reported their post. In some cases, we may contact emergency services if they seem to be in immediate danger. “

Other Counseling Resources

Student Disability Services