Faculty or University Employed:
Employee Assistance Program: The University understands how challenging it can be to balance your work and personal life and we are committed to helping you do just that! That's why the University contracts with an outside vendor – New Directions, to provide an Employee Assistance Program (EAP). New Directions offers solutions for living well at home and at work. Counselors provide confidential support for a variety of concerns, from coping with stress to information and support on financial issues, child care, legal issues, relationships, and other life challenges. Their goal is to help you live a happier, more fulfilling life – today and every day.
In addition to professional support over the phone, New Directions interactive website provides you with immediate access to:
We are here for you, always
These services are available to you and your eligible dependents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, free of charge, and are completely confidential. Reach New Directions professionals by telephone at 1-800-624-5544 , or visit the website at https://www.ndbh.com/ (company code: Tulane).
Tulane Wellness Clinic: The Tulane Living Well Clinic is located downtown at 1430 Tulane Avenue, room 1544. The Clinic offers primary care, health coaching, and flu vaccinations and PPD testing. Onsite counseling coming soon! Call 504-988-4325 to schedule an appointment or email email@example.com . Read more about the Tulane Wellness Clinic.
Tulane Resident and Fellow Congress: Coming Soon
Community Psychotherapy and Medication Management Resource List: Click here to view the list
Peer Support: Coming Soon
GME Office: Call 504-988-5464
the Line: 24/7 counseling 504-264-6074
Phoenix Society: The Phoenix Society serves as a confidential resource for referral, information, and advocacy for students’ wellness needs.
911 or go to nearest Emergency Department
National Suicide Hotline: +1-800-273-TALK or 1-800-273-8255
Stress/Crisis Hotline: +1-800-622-7276 (access code: Tulane)
Concern about a Trainee
Office of Graduate Medical Education
Concern about a colleague
Concern for a Colleague Who is distressed - Click here to help a colleague
If you suspect any of the following, click the appropriate link for information from Tulane:
Concern about a student
Office of Student Affairs
Student Support and Wellness
Dr. Karen Weissbecker