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Student Assistance Program

At Walden, we understand that challenges at home or work can affect the quality of your learning experience.
 
Our Student Assistance Program provides free, confidential support; resources; and information that can help you and everyone in your household address many issues, including:
Stress, anxiety, or depression

  • Family and personal conflict
  • Major life changes
  • Grief and loss
  • Financial and legal concerns

 

Free, Confidential Counseling Available 24/7

Call our 24-hour hotline at 1-866-465-8942 (TDD: 1-800-697-0353) to receive confidential counseling support from experienced clinicians. A guidance consultant will listen to your needs and, if appropriate, refer you to resources in your community. Refer to Walden ID code SAP4EDU when accessing this free service.

 

Free Online Information, Tools, and Services 

Visit GuidanceResources Online to access expert information on a range of legal, financial, and other topics important to your well-being. Research answers to specific questions, review fact sheets or use a variety of planning tools to help organize your life.

  1. Simply create a user account,
  2. provide Walden’s ID code (SAP4EDU),
  3. and get started.

Each time you log in, you will receive information customized to your individual needs.

 

More Information 

Walden’s Student Assistance Program services are provided through ComPsych® GuidanceResources®, and all records are kept private and confidential. Learn more about ComPsych.

Disability Services

Walden University Disability Services

Phone: 800-925-3368 ext. 3121205 

Email: disability@mail.waldenu.edu

Disability Services website

Other Resources

National Alliance On Mental Illness (NAMI)

The National Alliance On Mental Illness (NAMI) is a nationwide grassroots advocacy group, representing families and people affected by mental illness in the United States. NAMI provides psychoeducation, research, and support for people and their families impacted by mental illness through various public education and awareness activities.

National Alliance on Mental Illness website