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Health and Wellness Resources for Faculty

The health and well-being of our faculty is a priority for Faculty Affairs, the administrative and academic units on the Texas A&M campus and the local community. Direct access to available resources is critical to ensuring that faculty receive timely support as needed. In the case of an emergency, call 9-1-1. Non-emergency campus and community-sponsored mental, physical and emotional support systems and resources are listed below.

Texas A&M University Mental Health Resources

When My Student Needs Help

Texas A&M University Health Services only services Texas A&M students but provides specific resources for those concerned about a student.

When My Student Has a Disability

Disability Resources partners with faculty and other colleagues across campus to provide an equitable learning environment for disabled students.

Disability Resources Info Sheet Department Highlights

BlueCross/BlueShield of Texas (TAMU System Benefits)

MyEvive (“My Benefits” available via Single Sign On (SSO))

MDLive (available via “My Health Benefits” within MyEvive)

Crisis services at Texas A&M University are constantly evolving to meet the specific needs of our faculty, staff and students. In the event of any emergency, call 9-1-1. However, Texas A&M or the local community may provide assistance in other times of need. The university encourages faculty members to utilize the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). As support services are enhanced and expanded, the Faculty Affairs website will be updated accordingly.

Mental Health Resources for Faculty and Staff

Community Resources

Emergency Resources