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The University of Arkansas is providing its students with free access to our mental health support resource, accessible anytime, anywhere.
Foothill College is proud to partner with Togetherall to offer its students free, online peer-to-peer support as part of the college’s comprehensive mental health program.
Students at Towson University will now have free access to Togetherall’s 24/7, online, peer-to-peer mental health community.
Reed College has recently partnered with Togetherall to offer its students free, 24/7 online peer-to-peer support as an extension of the university’s existing relationship with ProtoCall Services, which provides after-hours counseling center coverage.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) is now offering its students free, online peer-to-peer support as part of its mental health program.
Bucknell Student Government has funded our 24/7 peer-to-peer online community to give access to mental health support to all its students.
Togetherall is delighted to welcome Lee Swain as the new Head of Account Management for our North American team.
COVID-19 has propelled leadership and faculty through several isolation “crash courses”—adding layer after layer of considerations that need to be addressed for the health of students and the entire campus community.
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