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Virtual Resources During COVID-19
Yale University Chaplain’s Office
Our chaplains are still meeting one on one with anyone who would like to talk through a phone or Zoom call. Appointments can be made by reaching out to a chaplain directly through email, or you can schedule “walk-in” appointments through this Sign-up Genius link: Talk to a Chaplain.
Yale Mental Health and Counseling Services (MHC)
If you are currently receiving care from Yale Health’s Mental Health and Counseling Department, please contact your clinician at (+1)203-432-0290 to develop a plan for care while you are away from campus. If you are in need of mental health services and are not receiving care from a clinician at Yale Health's Mental Health and Counseling Department, please contact MHCfor advice and options.
Sexual Harassment and Assault Response & Education (SHARE)
Call SHARE 24/7 for confidential information, advocacy, and support +1(203-432-2000). Calls can be anonymous if you wish.
The Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Resources can help you connect to others in the community. You will find resources for graduate and professional students, including virtual meetings and upcoming events.
Facebook Live every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday via Yale Health! Next week’s lineup includes:
Monday, March 30 at 7:00 pm: Focus and Concentration- Strategies for successful online learning
Wednesday, April 1 at 7:00 pm: Getting Enough Shut-eye? Why sleep is a superpower!
Friday, April 3 at 4:00 pm: No Gym? No Problem. Ways to stay active at home.
Legal Profession Resources and Upcoming Events:
Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers (LCL)
Connecticut provides confidential crisis intervention and referral services to the CT legal community as part of a national system of lawyer assistance programs. LCL can provide up to six confidential (no record keeping) free counseling sessions to law students on a range of issues including depression, stress, relationship issues, alcohol and substance abuse.
Virtual Mood Boosting Toolkit
Join HLS alum, Jon Krop from Mindfulness for Lawyers for a short webinar on Thursday, April 2. Jon will focus on simple, evidence-based methods for boosting mood and cultivating positive emotions.
Lawyer's Assistance Programs (LAPs)
Lawyer Assistance Programs (LAPs) throughout the country provide confidential services and support to judges, lawyers and law students who facing are mental health or substance use issues. To find the lawyers assistance program in your current location.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Offers online support.
Please know that though we are working virtually right now, we are available by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at (+1)203-432-7979 to answer any questions or concerns (accommodation needs, student-parent concerns, student organizations, law journals, etc.). Please do keep checking our regularly updated COVID-19 FAQs for Students.