Scale up your counseling services for incoming students
- Therapy when, where, and how students want it
- Equitable access
- Higher utilization with our marketing campaigns
- Thriving students, post-COVID and beyond
It’s time to double-down on wellness
Meet students where they are, with the help they need
Despite the increased efforts of college counseling professionals, it’s difficult to help students who don’t walk through the door. StudentCare complements in-person counseling services to tackle several challenges:
- Engaging students in counseling
- Providing equitable access to all students, regardless of location or background
- Easing the stigma of using mental health services
- Rapidly scaling your counseling services without costly hiring and onboarding
Depression, Anxiety, Loneliness Are Peaking in College Students1
Effective Care from the World’s Largest Telehealth Provider
StudentCare employs the world’s largest counseling service through Teladoc. Teladoc is also the biggest provider of telephonic mental and physical health services to the U.S. student market through United Healthcare. Results of a study recently published in JMIR validate Teladoc’s efficacy, with outcomes comparable to or better than in-office counseling alone.
Telephonic Medical Help Included
24/7 care for non-emergency conditions ranging from cold, flu and allergies to acute conditions and complex chronic conditions, and more. Prescriptions can also be issued to a student’s local pharmacy. Over 70% of the students that use telephonic medical services do not need further medical care.
Scale to Meet Student Needs
StudentCare brings students from initial need to help within 48 hours. StudentCare can be implemented within 3 weeks and complements your existing wellness services.
Increase student engagement with our school-branded student orientation materials and outreach programs. We launch digital marketing programs and work with student ambassadors on your campus to engage and educate students.
StudentCare provides volume pricing for colleges and universities of all sizes for HealthiestYou, Teladoc, and BetterHelp.