DePaul University Newsline > Sections > Hey Students! News You Need > My Student Support Program now available to students for mental health support
By Jess Peterson /
July 23, 2021 /
Posted in: HEY STUDENTS! NEWS YOU NEED /
College represents a significant life change and can be stressful, and many students find that they need mental health and wellness support during this time. Because of this, DePaul has expanded its health and wellness offerings with the My Student Support Program, which provides access to individual, brief counseling support with a mental health clinician, as well as self-directed digital content. All enrolled undergraduate and graduate students have access to the program and the related My SSP app.
Students can download the My SSP app from the Apple App Store or Google Play to access round-the-clock phone or secure video counseling support, digital content and chat features. Or they can access the service by calling 1-866-743-7732.
This program is offered at no cost to the student and aims to support the wellbeing and retention of DePaul scholars.
The app can help address common concerns, such as:
The app allows students to:
DePaul's University Counseling Services continues to be available this summer for initial consultations, triage and brief crisis management via secure video. For ongoing support, counseling staff will provide resources and referral support. To schedule an initial consultation, students should call (773) 325-7779.
Questions? Please email