Funding for Your Virtual Health & Well-Being Program
Contact TimelyCare to discuss the funding options that may be available to your institution and how we can partner to deliver a 24/7 virtual health and well-being program for your students.
Partnering with TimelyCare shows the financial commitment your institution is making for the health, well-being, and future of students. Your institution’s investment in virtual health and well-being services to complement campus health resources supports engagement and retention by keeping students healthy and on track to graduate.
As you work to enhance access to equitable care for your students, consider these funding resources for virtual care. We will work with you to create a sustainable and cost-effective partnership that delivers 24/7 care for your students.
Funding Resources for Virtual Care
Many states offer specific funds for wellness programs for higher education. As such, a virtual health and well-being program through TimelyCare is an authorized use of these funds that lays the foundation for a sustainable solution to meet the needs of students for years to come.
There are federal agencies, private foundations, corporations, and associations that may offer support for programs that provide student support services to improve college completion and academic success.
Emergency relief funds for higher education are the latest example of a federal funding source that can be used to cover the cost of a virtual care program. And these funds can be directly applied to cover the cost of TimelyCare and services for students.
Student Health Services Fee
This type of fee—common at many institutions—ensures that valuable health services for students can be maintained year over year. Creating, using, or making an incremental adjustment to a Student Health Services Fee can easily break apart or subsidize the cost of a virtual care program. Plus, this fee is regularly more affordable than a visit to urgent care, the ER, or an insurance copay.
Creative SolutionsTimelyCare’s higher education experts can work with you to identify ways to fund your virtual health and well-being program, even if none of the above options are available to your institution. In fact, Diablo Valley College, a public community college in the Contra Costa Community College District, worked with its students to be able to fund its virtual health and well-being program.
Take Advantage of Funds Available to Your School
Complete the form to get in touch with one of our higher education experts who can help you navigate the funding options available to fund a virtual health and well-being program.