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COVID-19 Wellness Resources

Posted on: April 8th, 2020 by wltarpy

Wellness Resources

Oxford Campus

UM COVID-19 Info Line: 662-915-3600
Available: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday

University Updates: https://coronavirus.olemiss.edu/

Human Resources FAQ: https://hr.olemiss.edu/coronavirus_faq/

UMatter COVID-19 Resource List: https://umatter.olemiss.edu/covid-19-resource-information/

International Students, Faculty and Scholars: https://global.olemiss.edu/2020/03/08/covid-19_international/

Health Concerns
Students – Student Health: 662-915-7274
Faculty and Staff – Employee Health: 662-915-6550
University Counseling Center: 662-915-3784 or counslg@olemiss.edu

City of Oxford COVID-19 Updates

Mississippi State Department of Health

Center for Disease Control and Prevention

 

UMMC Campus

COVID-19 Specific Resources

UMMC COVID-19 Employee/Student Hotline: 601-496-7234
Available: 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Friday, to speak to a Division of Psychology faculty member or trainee. The call is free, anonymous and confidential.

UMMC Resilience in Stressful Events (RISE) peer support is available for employees: 601-815-RISE (7473)
Available: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

UMMC Office of Well Being and other initiatives and resources available to SOP faculty/residents/staff on the Jackson Campus: https://www.umc.edu/HR/Current-Employees/HR-Employee-Benefits/Employee- Wellness-and-Work-Life-Programs.html

Other Resources Available

UMMC’s Employee and Student Assistance Program, LifeSynch, a third party, off-campus resource is available to employees and students: 866-219-1232 or www.eapwl.com (username: ummc, password: ummc).

UMMC Student Counseling and Wellness Center: 601-815-5588 or https://www.umc.edu/scwc/
Available: Monday-Friday

UMMC Department of Psychiatry & Human Behavior: 601-984-6925

UMMC Addictions Psychiatry: 601-984-6925

 

Faculty Resources

https://elearning.olemiss.edu/faculty/academic-continuity/resources/

https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2020/03/19/how-faculty-members-can-best-cope-stresses-covid-19-opinion#.XoITJJnErtM.link