Transform Connecticut Student Wellness
TimelyCare partners with Connecticut colleges and universities to expand access to care and improve student health outcomes.
$2.7M in Funding Available for Connecticut Schools to Enhance Mental Health Services
In response to the ongoing mental health crisis, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont has launched a new state program that provides $2.7 million to colleges and universities in Connecticut to support student mental health. The funding, supported by the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund, must be used to expand access to and meet student demand for mental health care through a JED collaborative.
TimelyCare is a 24/7 virtual extension of campus health and counseling center resources, with licensed providers in all 50 states. As the first virtual care provider focused exclusively on college and university students to receive URAC accreditation for Telehealth, we demonstrate a commitment to quality care, enhanced processes, patient safety, and improved outcomes for students using the award-winning TimelyCare platform.
JED + TimelyCare
A Comprehensive Approach to Mental Health
After a review and assessment of TimelyCare’s virtual health and well-being services, The Jed Foundation (JED) selected TimelyCare as a virtual health partner in the JED Campus playbook.
TimelyCare aligns with JED in its belief in a comprehensive public health approach to promoting mental health and preventing suicide.
Whether students require medical care or mental health support, our Virtual Clinic offers on-demand care and scheduled appointments with a diverse network of carefully selected providers.
On-demand 24/7, mental and emotional support, health literacy guidance, and crisis management by masters-level behavioral health professionals.
A Proven Process for Success
We start by evaluating your school’s goals, pain points, and campus population.
Together, we identify the type of virtual care program that meets the physical and mental health needs of your campus community.
Our monthly campus marketing efforts enhance your existing campus promotions with digital and physical assets to drive awareness and registrations.
Your virtual health program will quickly be up and running and integrated with on-campus health services.
Our dedicated client success team will evaluate program performance and offer recommendations that turn insight into action.
Dr. Jeanna Natali
Director of Student Resource and Empowerment Center, Tidewater Community College, shares about how TimelyCare makes an impact for students facing mental health and basic needs concerns.
Complete the form to learn more about TimelyCare’s virtual health and well-being and funding available to enhance mental health services for Connecticut college students.