Student Solutions​​​​

Counseling.jpg ​Call 24 hours a day/7 days a week ​for confidential help with all of life's issues​
Web identifier: TCSPP


TCSPP is proud to partner with Student Solutions, a free, confidential, around-the-clock counseling service. Student Solutions is a partnership between The Chicago School and ComPsych, one of the world’s largest providers of student assistance programs. ​

​Counseling Providers

Whether you’re struggling with stress and anxiety, relationship issues, or legal and financial concerns, Student Solutions is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Simply call 855-460-6668 to speak with a counseling professional who will assist you with these personal matters and connect you to in-person care with a provider in your area, if desired. ​​​Through Student Solutions, The Chicago School will pay for your first three (3) counseling sessions with a mental health provider per issue. Should you choose to engage in on-going treatment with the provider, you will have the opportunity to establish a rate, which may be offered on sliding scale or include payment by your health insurance plan. ​

Legal Support​

With Student Solutions, you have an attorney “on call” whenever you have questions about legal matters. Speak with licensed attorneys about legal concerns such as divorce, custody, adoption, real estate, debt and bankruptcy, landlord/tenant issues, civil and criminal actions, and more.

Financial Information

Everyone has financial questions. With Student Solutions, you can get answers to your questions about budgeting, debt management, tax issues, and other money concerns from CPAs, Certified Financial Planners®, and other financial experts, simply by calling 855-460-6668.

Student Solutions also includes online resources inclusive of wellness, relationships, work and education, financial, legal, lifestyle, and home and auto. Just go to and enter TCSPP as the web identifier.  ​

Student Solutions is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by calling 855-460-6668. The Student Solutions toll-free line is answered by counseling professionals and is strictly confidential, as mandated by law.

​Additional Mental Health Resources

Open Path Collective

A nonprofit organization assisting individuals who lack health insurance or for those whose health insurance does not provide adequate mental health benefits. Help you access affordable, in-office and online mental health care.

Grad Resources

Grad Resources is committed to supporting the emotional and spiritual needs of graduate and professional students across the United States and around the world so they can pursue their purpose with passion and determination. They provide Grad Student Crisis Care, Community Connections, and resources for Navigating Grad Life. They connect Grad students with free counseling, Coaching, and a Crisis-Line at 877-GRAD-HLP.

Mental Health Coalition – Resource Library

The Mental Health Coalition's Resource Library is made available by their alliance with leading mental health organizations. You can browse this database to learn about mental health, help a loved one, learn coping skills and seek support. Resources include Addiction, Anxiety and Stress, BIPOC, Coping Skills, Crisis Services, Depression & Sadness, Grief Support, and much more.

National Alliance on Mental Illness – Mental Health Education

Across the country, thousands of trained NAMI volunteers bring peer-led programs to a wide variety of community settings, from churches to schools to NAMI Affiliates. With the unique understanding of people with lived experience, these programs and support groups provide outstanding free education, skills training and support.

 Wingspan Project

Offers pro bono mental health services for underserved/underrepresented communities.

Mental Health Resources for AAPI Students

Asians Do Therapy

Aims to reduce stigma around mental health issues and increase accessibility of mental health care in the Asian community. Their website has free educational resources for those who are new to therapy or getting ready to begin therapy as well as articles related to Asian mental health. You can also find inspiring stories of others who chose to seek out therapy and the positive impact it had on their lives. 

The Asian Mental Health Collective

Works to destigmatize mental health in the Asian community and make mental health care more accessible, available and approachable for Asian communities around the world. Resources on their website include informational articles, a community blog, virtual groups and therapist directories. 

The National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association (NAAPIMHA)

Promotes the mental health and wellbeing of Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. On their website, you can find a list of AAPI service providers, a blog covering mental health issues and other educational resources related to mental health in Asian communities.

A directory of culturally competent mental health providers serving South Asian communities to meet their unique needs. Along with their directory, the website also includes helpful information about starting therapy, monthly self-care subscription options and self-care workbooks available for purchase. 


Provides support for LGBTQ+ Asian American, South Asian, and Southeast Asian individuals. On their website you can find a directory of therapists and providers and educational resources related to AAPI mental health issues. You can also sign up to receive emails about various virtual events they hold, including support groups and mindfulness classes. 

Asian American Suicide Prevention & Education

Free educational resources related to Asian American mental health and suicide prevention. Their website also includes a directory to mental health agencies and professionals in New York and other helpful resources to help individuals who may be struggling with suicidal thoughts and their families. 

Mental Health Resources for Black/African American Students

Therapy for Black Girls

An online community that aims to present mental health topics in a way that feels more accessible and relevant for Black women and girls. Their website provides free resources such as a therapist directory, podcast and blog that aim to promote mental wellness for Black women.

Melanin and Mental Health

Created to connect Black and Latinx/Hispanic individuals with culturally competent clinicians and make mental health care more accessible to minority populations. A large part of their mission is erasing the stigma around mental health that may prevent some individuals from seeking the treatment they need. Their website includes a directory of clinicians, free resources, events and their podcast Between Sessions

Therapy for Black Men

Aims to put an end to the idea that asking for help is a sign of weakness, especially among Black men. Their goal is to make it easier for men of color to connect with culturally competent therapists and find a provider that fits their needs. Their website includes a directory of mental health providers and coaches in all 50 states as well as a number of other free resources. 


Committed to removing barriers that prevent Black individuals from receiving the emotional and mental health care they need. They promote education, training, advocacy and creative arts in their mission to help Black communities heal. Their website has free educational resources and a Black Virtual Wellness Directory to aid in finding wellness providers, whether you are looking for a therapist, yoga instructor, doula or anything else related to emotional wellbeing. 

The Black Mental Health Alliance

Promotes culturally-relevant education and training to support the wellbeing of Black individuals. They also have a directory of Black psychiatrists and a referral service that connects individuals with therapists who are committed to serving Black communities with a patient-centered, culturally-competent approach to mental health care. Their website has free educational resources and they frequently hold virtual events and workshops. 

Mental Health Resources for Indigenous Students

Native Wellness

Promotes the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual wellbeing of Native people through education and training while embracing indigenous traditions and teachings. They offer free virtual wellness training on a variety of topics related to health and self-care as well as free educational resources on their website. 

Native Americans for Community Action aims to empower and advocate for Native peoples and provide preventative wellness strategies while embracing indigenous values. If you are local to the Flagstaff, Arizona area you can utilize their Family Health Center, Wellness Center and behavioral health services. 

Indian Health Service is a federal health program for Native Americans and Alaska Natives. They work to ensure that comprehensive, culturally-appropriate care is provided and accessible to Native Americans and Alaska Natives. They offer a variety of programs related to behavioral health along with mental health and substance abuse resources. 

StrongHearts Native Helpline

 A free, confidential 24/7 helpline for Native Americans who may be suffering from domestic, dating or sexual violence. They provide culturally-appropriate services at no cost, including peer support, education, personalized safety planning, crisis intervention and referrals or support finding Native-center health providers or facilities. 

Mental Health Resources for Latinx/e Students

Latinx Therapy

Works to destigmatize mental health in the Latinx community. Their website has a number of mental health and wellness resources and a directory to culturally-competent therapists. Additionally, they have a podcast, courses and workshops that discuss mental health issues related to Latinx individuals. 

Therapy for Latinx

Helps to connect Latinx individuals with culturally-competent clinicians, making the process as easy and straight-foward as possible. They aim to make mental healthcare more accessible to everyone, regardless of their needs or financial situation. On their website, you can also find free resources and information related to mental health, including mental health screenings in partnership with Mental Health America. 

The American Society for Hispanic Psychiatry

Supports Latinx patients, families and communities by promoting wellness and inclusion initiatives. While they are primarily and organization for mental health professionals, their website includes a directory of physicians organized by state which may be helpful if you are looking for a psychiatrist. 


A search engine for addiction resources. You can search by state, city, and nearby neighborhoods for different types of needed resources when treating addictions. Each resource provides a brief description of what services they provide, the location and contact information.

SAMHSA's National Helpline

SAMHSA's National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders. Call 1-800-662-HELP (4357)


Haymarket Center  

The mission of Haymarket Center is to aid people with substance use disorders in their recovery by providing comprehensive behavioral health solutions.


Provides care such as residential treatment centers, outpatient care, virtual assistance, and detox.   

SMART Recovery

An abstinence-based, not-for-profit organization with a sensible self-help program for people having problems with drinking, using and other destructive behaviors.​


Phoenix House Texas

Provides treatment programs for adolescents and families to help overcome drug and alcohol addiction. Treatment programs are located in Dallas, Austin, Houston, San Antonio, and Round Rock. All Phoenix House Texas programs accept private insurance, Tricare, managed Medicaid, CHIP, self-pay and state funding based on eligibility.

Nexus Recovery Center

Provides residential, medical, and outpatient substance use services for women and their accompanying children. 

Los Angeles

Sunrise Community Counseling Center

Provides substance abuse and mental health prevention and treatment services. They also offer a variety of counseling services contracted by the Los Angeles County Substance Abuse Prevention and Control (SAPC) and receive Los Angeles County court referrals for drug treatment in lieu of incarceration.

McIntyre House

A non-profit substance abuse recovery home for men, set in a safe, stable and supportive home-like environment. Program of activities includes one-on-one sessions, house meetings and focus-groups, designed to ensure that each client acquires the tools necessary for maintaining long-term sobriety.


Los Angeles Centers for Alcohol and Drug Abuse (L.A. CADA) is a licensed and certified substance use and behavioral treatment provider by the State of California Department of Health Care Services and the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health – Substance Abuse Prevention and Control. They treat persons with addiction and behavioral problems by providing client-centered, trauma-informed, recovery-orientated services, offered by a committed, caring and qualified staff of licensed, certified and registered professionals. L.A. CADA offers critical services across a wide continuum of care and treatment, including outpatient, intensive outpatient and residential programs. This full continuum of addiction care is available for men and women, ages 18 and over. Services to adolescents, ages 12–17, in an outpatient setting are also available.

Behavioral Health Services

A nonprofit, community-based, integrated healthcare organization providing substance use disorder treatment and other services in the Los Angeles area.