Our response to COVID-19 and our commitment to students

Our response to COVID-19 and our commitment to students

It goes without saying, the introduction of COVID-19 to the United States has shaken our daily lives.
As we face COVID-19, the employees at Christie Campus Health are practicing social distancing and have transitioned the entire team and service management to work from home so we can better serve you during this unprecedented time.


At Christie Campus Health, we are dedicated to providing your students with mental and behavioral health support, regardless of their location. Students at partnering schools will continue to have uninterrupted access to our Care Navigators, national provider network, telemental health, 24/7 Support Line and self-guided Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioral Training. If you have any questions about your services or need additional support, please call 877-233-9477 for assistance.


If your college or university is not a CONNECT@College partner, and would like to expand your services to better support your students during this global pandemic, please email us at info@christiecampus.com, and one of our dedicated team members will respond promptly to help meet your needs.

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