Our Commitment to Care

The Health and Well-being Division at Temple University takes a holistic approach to promoting a campus culture of mental, physical and social wellness for all students, faculty and staff.

The path to positive health and well-being is unique to each individual and the division is here to support your journey. We are flexible, inclusive and responsive to the needs of our community and provide students, faculty and staff with medical care, mental health support and health advocacy services.

Helping you thrive is our priority. We’re here for you.

Find the support you need to be your best self.

Temple University’s Health and Well-being Division includes the following units that offer a vast selection of holistic care ranging from general education on mental, physical or sexual health to individual counseling to crisis support and more.

Student Health Services provides high-quality healthcare to students in a compassionate and inclusive environment to foster overall well-being. Visit the Student Health Services website. See what services are available to students.

Tuttleman Counseling Services offers self-help resources like Welltrack through the Resiliency Resource Center, group and individual counseling, psychiatric evaluations, medication management and referrals for students. Learn how to access counseling services.

The Wellness Resource Center promotes student health through evidence-informed programs, peer education and wellness consultations as well as annual events like WalkTU and the Clothesline Project. Learn more about the center’s programs

Employee Health Services supports the healthcare needs of our employees through high-quality medical services. See what services are available to employees

Type of Emergency

Contact Information

If you are experiencing a public safety emergency, call Temple University Police.

Emergency Phone: 215-204-1234
From a Campus Phone: 1-1234
Submit a confidential tip online: submitatip.tallerjhmsei.com

If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, contact Crisis Support.

Phone: 215-204-7276
When calling after hours, press "1" when instructed.

To report an incident of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking or sexual exploitation, call Temple University Police.

Emergency Phone: 215-204-1234
From a Campus Phone: 1-1234
Submit a confidential tip online: submitatip.tallerjhmsei.com

If you’ve experienced harm or discrimination at Temple, learn how to file a report via the Title IX report harm page.

Learn about reporting: http://diversity.tallerjhmsei.com/title-ix/report-harm
File a sexual misconduct report: http://temple-advocate.symplicity.com/titleix_report/index.php/pid725765?

Contact WOAR, for help related to sexual assault and violence.

Phone: 215-985-3333
Website: woar.org

Call the Lutheran Settlement House for free and confidential individual counseling, crisis intervention, and advocacy for victims and survivors of domestic violence and dating abuse.

Phone: 215-426-8610 ext. 2012
Website: www.lutheransettlement.org/lsh-programs/counseling-services/

Wellness Services

In addition to the health and wellness resources listed above, there are other university services to help you find balance in your daily life.

Find free, anonymous and confidential hotlines that are available 24/7.

Resources

Phone

Website

For all emergencies, call 911.

Call: 911

Text the Crisis Text Line to speak to a trained crisis counselor.

Text: "HOME" to 741741

crisistextline.org

Reach out to the Lifeline Chat and Text to connect with a crisis counselor and to receive emotional support.

Call or Text: 988

988lifeline.org

Call the Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline for domestic violence support and assistance with emergency housing, legal services and more.

Call: 1-866-723-3014

womenagainstabuse.org/get-help/pdvh