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Wellness Resources

Resources for wayForward App Users

Welcome to the SWU Resource page for our wayForward app users!

We are so glad you have decided to take this step toward prioritizing wellness in your life. Your first step is to complete the assessment and modules on the wayForward app. SWU students and employees can download the app on the App Store or Google Play and create a login using their SWU email address.

Student Access Code: SWUstudents
Employee Access Code: SWU1

The Be Better Now wellness program uses evidence-based practices to help develop your skills in each area on the path toward wellness. Many things in this world impact our sense of well-being; this is a practical way to engage in the process of self-evaluation and movement toward change in your life. This page provides opportunities for you to explore further resources, and connect with treatment providers for additional help if needed. This is your invitation to discover, learn, and grow toward holistic health and wellness!

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COVID-19 Mental Health Resources

In these times of uncertainty, we want our SWU family to hold steadfast to the words of Christ, "Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid." (John 14:27, NIV) Here are some blog posts from our own SWU community:

Below are non-affiliated links and resources:

General Resources

Find a Mental Health Provider

Option 1: Start with your medical insurance company to find an in-network provider. Go to your insurance company website and use your member ID to access resources available according to your coverage plan. Then you can narrow your search based on your parameters: location, distance, specialty, faith, type of treatment, etc.

Option 2: Research mental health resources in your area based on your parameters: location, distance, specialty, faith, insurance coverage, type of treatment, etc. Here are some resource options:

Option 3: Find an online counseling provider

Urgent Needs
Other Community Resources
  • Hospice Bereavement Services: check your local hospice providers to see if grief counseling is available to you in your location
  • Advocacy Center – survivors of sexual assault/abuse have access to counseling/advocacy service: RAINN can get you connected
  • Department of Mental Health – check your local provider options for mental health clinics by county

Select a help area for additional resources

Anxiety (Dating)
Interviewing
Public Speaking