Healer Education Assessment and Referral (HEAR) Program

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In Case of Emergency bullet

Call 911 or UCSD Campus Police
858-534-HELP (4357)

San Diego Access & Crisis Line
800-479-3339

National Suicide Prevention & Crisis Hotline
800-273-TALK

UCSD Program Counselor (Business Hours)
858-642-3913

For UCSD medical Students:

UCSD Counseling & Psychological Services

190 Galbraith Hall-Central Office
M-F 8 AM-4:30 PM
Call (858) 534-3755 for Urgent Assistance
After Hours – Call and choose option #2
to speak with a trained therapist 24/7

We realize that trainees and physicians, despite functioning at a high level at school or work, may be dealing with personal and emotional challenges. The UCSD HEAR program was created to offer confidential support and resources to those in need.

**We are not the UCSD Physician Well-Being Committee (PWBC).  Please find more information about he PWBC on the "links and publications" page.** 

Goals

  • Educate medical students, house-staff and faculty members about burnout, depression, and suicide
  • Provide confidential, online assessment of stress, depression and other related issues
  • Make personalized referrals to local mental health clinicians and other community resources
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Stress & Depression Screening Questionnaire

All medical students, residents, fellows, and faculty members are encouraged to complete this brief online questionnaire to find out how stress and depression may be affecting them. After completing the questionnaire, one of our experienced program counselors will send you an assessment with any recommendations for further evaluation or follow-up. Again, this service is completely anonymous and confidential.

**THIS IS NOT A CRISIS INTERVENTION SERVICE**
If you are in crisis, please call 911 or 800-273-TALK