Are you having trouble coping with the recent gun violence?

JHU employees and students have free access to resources that can help during difficult times

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The recent tragedies in Buffalo, New York, and Uvalde, Texas, may evoke a variety of emotions, including anxiety, fear, and grief. JHU employees and students have access to a number of benefits and resources to help them cope during difficult situations.

MySupport offers free 24/7 access to confidential counseling and referral services for help with stress at work or at home, emotional distress, difficult life transitions, or other challenges. You can reach mySupport by phone at 443-997-7000 or by scheduling an appointment. JHU students, faculty, and staff also have free access to the Calm app, which provides meditation instruction, sleep assistance, videos on mindful movement and stretching, and relaxing music.

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