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This is a space dedicated for Meharry students to address the mental health challenges of attending medical school at Meharry. We want to create a community where we can empower one another to thrive instead of just surviving. Use the group to connect with fellow students, find academic or emotional support, and create a community around our shared experiences. Please share the amazing things that you are doing in the community! We want to celebrate and collaborate with you! This group can also be used to strategize the different ways we can collectively address health disparities in Nashville. Please use it in whatever way you see appropriate.



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Resources for Students


Meharry Counseling Services


Appointments

To make an appointment or to obtain further information about the Counseling Services, please contact 615.327.6915. Counseling Services is open Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m. but the staff is on call 24/7.


Services A wide range of services is available to students including:

  • Crisis intervention

  • Case management

  • Coaching

  • Individual, group, family, and couples counseling

  • Outreach and consultation

All counseling services for students and their immediate family are provided at no cost to the student. When referrals are made to mental health providers, these services are normally covered under the provision of the student's health insurance policy.

Click here to link to our Meharry Counseling Services Secure portal for more information about our services and schedule.



Meharry Student Health Services


The Student Health Center is located in Suite 331, Meharry Comprehensive Health Building. The Student Health Center is open Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. No appointment is necessary; however, to better accommodate students’ busy schedules, appointments are encouraged. Same-day appointments are available by calling 615.327.5757.



Report A Crime


Your Role in Safety on Campus You can help keep the Meharry Medical College (MMC) campus a safe place for yourself and others by promptly reporting crimes or suspicious circumstances. If you witness a crime, it is your responsibility to report the crime to the DCSS. All Meharry students and employees are required to report incidents of theft, misuse, or abuse of MMC property promptly to the DCSS. The DCSS Office is located on the corner of 21st Avenue North and Albion Street, in the Triplex Building, where a dispatcher is available/on-duty 24-hours a day and can be reached at 615.327.6254. Code Blue Phones are also installed throughout the campus. You may also report crimes/criminal offenses to security officers in patrol vehicles, on foot or by calling 615.327.6254. Additionally, you may report crimes/criminal offenses to “Campus Security Authorities” (Deans, Associate Deans, Assistant Deans, VP-College Relations, Director of Student Services, Manager of Student Housing Facilities, Director of Campus Safety and Security). It is Meharry Medical College’s policy to investigate every report. If technical expertise or additional investigative help is needed, the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department (MNPD), or the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations (TBI) may be called to assist. Click here to download the DCSS Incident Report Form. If a crime occurs off-campus, the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department (MNPD) is likely to be the primary investigative agency, with MMC investigators providing support if requested. MMC Security Officers do not provide security services to off-campus property, including recognized fraternity and sorority organizations, nor are activities off-campus recognized by MMC authority. From an off-campus phone you may reach the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department (MNPD) in an emergency by dialing 911. From on-campus phones and for off-campus non-emergencies you may reach the MNPD by dialing 615.862.8600. Persons who are victimized while on the premises of the Herman Street Apartments (located at 1601 Herman Street) or the Meharry Medical Arts Center (located at 1919 Charlotte Avenue) should report the incident to the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department and to the DCSS, so accurate accounting of crime(s) may be compiled. Persons who are victimized while on the premises of the apartment complex located at 201 Tree Line Road, Oak Grove, Kentucky, should report incidents to the Oak Grove Police Department at 270.439.4602. If you are the victim of a crime and do not want to pursue action within the college system or criminal justice system, you may still want to consider filing a confidential report. A suggested approach for confidentiality would be to make contact with your clergy; the campus Chaplain/Director of Counseling Services, the Rev. Robin Kimbrough, at 615.327.6975; or one of the Campus Security Authorities (Deans, Associate Deans, Assistant Deans, VP-College Relations, Director of Student Services, Manager of Student Housing Facilities, Director of Campus Safety and Security, or a Security Officer).


Department of Public Safety & Security Metropolitan Nashville Police Department 615.327.6254 615.862.8600

On Campus Housing


Available Housing Options Charlene E. Hopkins-Goldthreate

Dorothy Brown Hall: Co-ed dormitory suites Property Manager

Morena Place: One and two-bedroom apartment (615) 327-5751

Royal Towers: One and two-bedroom apartments cgoldthreate@mmc.edu

Campus Housing Application campushousing@mmc.edu





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Group Rules


Respect one another

Everyone has a different point of view so feel free to respectfully disagree. Please be kind and courteous at all times.

Be respectful of others’ privacy

Being in this group depends on our trust of one another. Some discussions may be sensitive or contain sensitive information, so what’s said in the group should stay in the group.

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When sharing others people’s posts, images and other content, do not infringe on their copyright or claim other people’s materials as your own.

No harassment of any kind

Bullying, targeting, or attacking a member of this group is not allowed and will not be tolerated.

Confidentiality

When discussing our experiences with people who are not in this group, we will not attach names or other identifying information without obtaining explicit permission.

Threatening Rhetoric or Behavior

The use of prejudiced comments, defamatory remarks, false statements, or threats/threatening behavior will not be permitted

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