There are many health and wellness resources available to you at Stanford, and we encourage you to take full advantage of them. If you are not sure where to start, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of our Office of Graduate Education team will be happy to help you!
Unique to Biosciences: The Biosciences Wellness Program is sponsored by the Senior Associate Dean for Graduate Education and Postdoctoral Affairs. Make sure to check out events and resources targeted to the specific wellness needs of the Biosciences graduate student population.
Need Urgent Help?
If you need help immediately for yourself or someone else, please contact one of the following 24/7 resources:
|650-723-3785||Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)|
|650-723-8222||Graduate Life Office (GLO) Pager. Dial the number, then enter ID # 25085|
|988||Suicide & Crisis Lifeline|
|911||For medical or mental health emergencies; call 9-911 if calling from a campus phone|
Key Resources to Know
- Vaden Student Health Center Home Page
- VadenPatient: Make and cancel appointments, request prescription refills, and communicate with your clinician.
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
- School of Medicine Mental Health Team (MHT):Providing free, accessible mental health care to School of Medicine and BioSciences students. To make an appointment, call CAPS Front Desk at 650-723-3785 and request an appointment with an MHT provider.
- The Bridge Peer Counseling Center: Anonymous, confidential, 24/7 peer counseling and support.
- The Graduate Life Office (GLO): The GLO is a great starting point for help with issues relating to all aspects of life as a graduate student.
Other Wellness Resources
- Wellness Matters programs are sponsored by the Senior Associate Dean for Graduate Education and Postdoctoral Affairs and feature peer mentoring, programs, and events targeted to the specific wellness needs of the Biosciences graduate student population.
- Well-being at Stanford offers diverse programs and services, including: substance abuse prevention, nutrition, weight management and body image, peer counseling, sexual assault and harassment prevention, and sexual health resources.
- Stanford Recreation and Wellness: athletic facilities, group fitness and recreation classes, intramural sports
- Stanford MSTP Diversity Working Group (DWG) and Stanford Medicine Abilities Coalition (SMAC) shares a supplementary guide to disability resources at Stanford and important concepts related to disability inclusion.
- School of Medicine Student Center: The fourth floor of the Li Ka Shing Center (LKSC) is open only to School of Medicine graduate and medical students. Featuring a view of the Stanford hills, this area includes a fitness center, entertainment lounge, kitchenette, and study rooms.
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