Call A Nurse
Welcome to the Collegiate Assistance Center!
It’s Simple – It’s Convenient –
Just call our toll-free number 24 hours a day – 7 days a week
- Asking Questions
- Complex Decisions
- Telephone/Online Counseling
- Legal and Financial Services
- Innovative Web-Based Services
Now you can talk with a Registered Nurse any time, day, or night. A caring professional can help you make informed decisions about your health. Collegiate Assistance Program can give you information and support when you:
- Aren’t sure if you have a serious medical problem?
- Want to learn how to take care of a new or chronic condition?
- Need information about medications, tests, or procedures?
Staying Healthy starts by asking questions. No question is too simple or complex when you need answers. Our Registered Nurses are there for you.
“I noticed a strange rash on my arms recently that won’t go away. What should I do?”
“I’ve has a bad cold for several days. What else can I do to treat it at home?”
“I fell yesterday and my ankle still hurts. Should I go to the Emergency Room?”
Some health problems are more complicated than others. Our nurses can help you understand risk factors and treatment options.
“I was just prescribed a new medication and now I feel dizzy sometimes. Could that be a side effect?”
“I have been drinking more frequently and am afraid I may have a problem. Should I talk
to someone about this?”
“I’m worried I may be pregnant. What should I do?”
“I’m embarrassed to talk to my family doctor about sexually transmitted diseases. What
other options do I have?”
Collegiate Assistance Program focuses on Early Intervention and Prevention. Research shows that people who are more informed make better decisions and have better results.
Facing stressful or emotional issues? Our Master’s Level Clinicians are available 24/7 to listen carefully and help direct you to the right resources for your situation.
“I can’t sleep at night and have been really stressed. Should I see someone?”
“I feel tired all the time and I have trouble getting out of bed sometimes. Could I be
“I feel worthless and sometimes think about hurting myself. What should I do?”
You may also turn to our Collegiate Assistance Program for non-clinical issues such as mounting credit card debt, divorce, child custody matters and shelter from abusive relationships.
Our website for students, www.liveandworkwell.com offers a wealth of information and helpful resources to develop self-improvement strategies.
Collegiate Assistance Program is not a substitute for medical attention. If you have an emergency medical condition, please call 911 or your local emergency services number.