Mental health conditions can affect anyone regardless of age, gender, or background.

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At Mount St. Joseph University, we use this month to shift public perception, spread hope, and share vital information to people affected by suicide.

Here are a list of MSJ and local resources to discuss suicide prevention and to seek help:

Navigate to Professional Self-Help in your Pocket

TAOConnect : Therapy Assistance Online (TAO) Self Help Library

All of us will hit a bump in the road or have a challenging life situation at some point. Therapy Assistance Online (TAO) is a suite of online tools that is designed to provide you with a tool kit of effective evidence-based resources to help you bounce back from those setbacks. You have completely anonymous, free access, 24/7/365. It’s like navigating on your favorite movie app…just with content that can make a difference in how you think, feel and function!

Check it out today - Download the @TAOConnect app or login to

Interested in Personal Counseling?

Find help at MSJ Wellness Center Counseling Services. Call 513-244-4949 for an appointment or email

Prefer 24-Hour Virtual Access?


With TimelyCare (formerly LionsHealth), full-time students can access a doctor, mental health provider or personal health coach anytime, from anywhere. Licensed providers can diagnose non-emergent medical conditions, prescribe medications and offer mental health support and wellness coaching via phone or secure video visits.

Full-time students can:

Get easy mobile access, anytime, anywhere

Speak with a licensed provider within minutes

Get support, diagnoses, care plans, electronic prescriptions, and referrals as needed.

Connect through TimelyCare or by downloading the TimelyMD App


If you are facing a dangerous life-threatening situation: Call 911
National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline: Call or text 988 or chat
24/7 Emergency MSJ counselor on call: 513-807-2516
Campus Police: 513-244-4200 or “0” from any campus phone.

24/7 Suicide Prevention Hotlines: 513-281-2273 (281-CARE)
TEXT “TALBERT” to 839863

Emergency Psychiatric Care: University Hospital Adult Mobile Crisis Unit: 584-8577

              PES Main Line: 584:5700

Drug and Poison Information Center
Children’s Hospital Medical Center
24-Hour Hotline: 636-5111

Local Agencies:

Crossroads Behavioral Health Center
311 Martin Luther King Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45219

Tri-Health/Good Samaritan Hospital: Psychiatric Outpatient Program
Emergency psychiatric intake: 513-872-2850

For the 'Front Door' to community mental health services in Hamilton County, please call Mental Health Access Point at 558-8888 any time, day or night.