Health and Wellness

Mental Health

IPFW now offers online screening for depression, alcohol, eating disorders, and many other mental health issues. This free screening is made available to all IPFW students and is taken anonymously. Click on link to get started. Keyword is IPFW.

IPFW/Parkview Student Assistance Program:

The IPFW/Parkview Student Assistance Program (SAP) provides no charge confidential, short-term personal counseling services to all students currently enrolled at IPFW, free of charge. This includes individual, group and couples counseling.

Relationship issues, financial distress, addictions, alcohol and drug abuse, eating disorders, depression, PTSD, stress and suicidal thoughts are some topics that can be addresses.

Stop by Walb Union room 113 or call 260-266-8060 or 1-800-721-8809 for an appointment.

Visit www.ipfw.edu/counseling

IPFW Employee Assistance Program

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a program that provides no charge voluntary, confidential, and professional assistance to help faculty, staff  and their families resolve problems that affect their personal lives or performance at work. Services include problem evaluation and assessment, individual counseling, and referral to community services.

Family issues, marital problems, addictions, alcohol and drug abuse, depression, anxiety, trauma and  work conflicts are some topics that can be addressed.

Campus EAP is Bowen Center.  For assistance call 1-800-342-5653 or 260-471-3500.

Visit www.bowencenter.org

After hours call hotline at 260-273-7500