Higher Education

According to the American Psychiatric Association, 36% of college students are currently dealing with a mental health issue, up from 22% ten years ago.  According to the Center for Collegiate Mental Health students seeking mental health treatment has grown 35% in the past 5 years.

Many colleges are not able to meet the increased demand for mental health services and many schools have a long waitlist of students with need.  Given that the stigma around mental health has become somewhat less than in years past, campus mental health solutions are becoming a higher priority for colleges.  Resource limitations prevent a college’s ability to hire more staff, yet many mental health professionals are looking for flexible work.  The opportunity for colleges to bring on a complementary, cost-effective solution is well timed and Uwill is ready.  In addition, should an instance drive your school to ever need to go 100% online, Uwill will be available to accommodate.

Many colleges are not able to meet the increased demand for mental health services and many schools have a long waitlist of students with need.  Given that the stigma around mental health has become somewhat less than in years past, campus mental health solutions are becoming a higher priority for colleges.  Resource limitations prevent a college’s ability to hire more staff, yet many mental health professionals are looking for flexible work.  The opportunity for colleges to bring on a complementary, cost-effective solution is well timed and Uwill is ready.  In addition, should an instance drive your school to ever need to go 100% online, Uwill will be available to accommodate.

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