Student Health and Well-Being continues to provide services during the COVID-19 pandemic, albeit in adjusted formats to accommodate current public health guidelines and to serve a community that is more geographically dispersed than we usually are.
Offices have launched robust telemedicine offerings, but this specific modality of treatment depends on a variety of factors including where the patient is located, if they have signed consent forms, and what treatment is appropriate.
For those experiencing COVID symptoms
Anyone who feels ill or is concerned about exposure is encouraged to call the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Call Center at 833-546-7546, seven days a week, between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. You are always free to call your personal primary care provider, and should continue to do so for family members who have symptoms, but JHU employees and students should call the Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Call Center for the best direction for your circumstances and to arrange for testing if needed.
For comprehensive Johns Hopkins COVID news
While this page focuses on connecting current students with health care resources, the university has created a wide-ranging central landing page for all COVID-related information relevant to the Johns Hopkins community, including updates on university operations, testing protocols, medical research, and the data dashboard showing COVID-19 testing totals and test-positive cases among employees and students.
FAQs on Health Care Access and Insurance
The Office of Student Health and Well-Being has created two sets of Frequently Asked Questions for people who are on the university insurance plans and/or those who have access to the SHWC and University Health Services (UHS).
Questions related to SHWC and JHSAP and people on the WellFleet Student Insurance Plan are located here.
Questions related to UHS (which serves SOM, SON, and BSPH) and people on the EHP Student Insurance Plan are located here.
Please refer to these pages when you have questions about services (telehealth options, prescription refills, referrals, etc.) and insurance (finding in-network providers near you, filing reimbursement claims, post-graduation continuation of coverage options, etc.).
Relevant Blog Posts
- Expanded COVID Vaccine Eligibility in Maryland (3/31/21)
- Resources and Support for the APIDA Community (3/15/21)
- LGBTQ Mental Health During COVID (3/12/21)
- Emotional Self-Care in 2021 (3/11/21)
- Meeting Other Hopkins People During the Pandemic (3/10/21)
- The Red Zone of Sexual Assault, and Why It’s Different in 2021 (3/4/21)
- JHNeedsU COVID Well-Being Grant Winners (3/3/21)
- How to Take Short, Meaningful Breaks (3/3/21)
- Things to Do for Fun During COVID (2/25/21)
- How Video Games Can Be a Healthy COVID Escape (2/16/21)
- Plans for Resumption of In-Person Activities (2/11/21)
- Another Homewood Cluster Update (2/8/21)
- Update on Homewood COVID Cluster (2/4/21)
- Two-Day Homewood Suspension (2/3/21)
- Staying Healthy in a Changing Environment (1/19/2021)
- JH Needs U: COVID Well-Being Grant (1/11/2021)
- Our Plans for the Spring Semester (1/8/2021)
- Asymptomatic COVID Testing Before Winter Break (12/14/20)
- Avoid Travel, Stay Safe This Thanksgiving. (11/9/20)
- How to Deal with COVID Burnout and Fatigue (10/11/20)
- What Activities are Safe During During COVID? (10/8/20)
- Flu Vaccine Program and Requirements (9/28/20)
- Flu Vaccine Info and FAQ (9/14/20)
- TimelyMD Access Info and FAQ (8/26/20)
- Mental Wellness for People Diagnosed with COVID (8/25/20)
- Emotional Self-Care During the COVID Pandemic (6/23/20)
Johns Hopkins Resources
- Educational resources from the Johns Hopkins School of Education, including timely and relevant research, expertise, guidance, and resources to help families, teachers, and district leaders.
- Free access to Mental Telehealth, powered by TimelyMD, for all students and trainees.
- Free access to the SilverCloud platform, for all full-time students and trainees over the age of 18. SilverCloud is a self-directed online learning module that teaches cognitive behavioral therapy skills, which can help to relieve mild-to-moderate anxiety and depression.
- Free premium access to the Calm meditation app for all Hopkins affiliates. Please use this link to register for free premium access.
- Homewood Counseling Center (410-516-8278) (KSAS, WSE, Peabody), which includes group therapy and drop-in discussion groups. Drop-in groups are open to all Hopkins students, and there is one focused on pandemic support/discussion.
- Homewood Student Health and Wellness Center (KSAS, WSE, Peabody).
- Johns Hopkins Student Assistant Program (JHSAP) (866-764-2317) (SOM, SON, BSPH, SOE, CBS, SAIS, AAP, EFP).
- Mindful yoga videos, both 15 minutes (beginner-friendly) and 40 minutes (adaptable for beginners and advanced yoga students).
- NeuroArts Field Guide to how the arts can support wellness during the COVID-19 pandemic from the International Arts + Mind Lab.
- Sexual Assault Helpline (410-516-7887) .
- Streaming fitness classes from both the O’Connor Recreation Center at Homewood and the Cooley Center at East Baltimore.
- Peabody Institute ArtReach, a curated collection of resources to help performing artists and arts-lovers weather the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Stress and Depression Questionnaire, an anonymous and confidential self-assessment tool with receive personalized feedback within 24 to 48 hours from a Johns Hopkins counselor.
- Student Disability Services.
- University Health Services (UHS) Mental Health (410-955-1892) (SOM, SON, BSPH).
- University Health Services (UHS) Primary Care (410-955-3250) (SOM, SON, BSPH).
Music, Arts, and Fun
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra videos, podcasts, and live-streamed concerts
Experience Art and Culture at Home via Screenflex
Google Earth Cam
Hop at Home free printable children’s activity kit
Peabody Institute Streaming Events
National Aquarium live cam
Smithsonian Zoo live cams
Virtual national parks tours
Virtual School activities