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While the BAC does not provide on-site counseling, we are partnered with AllOne Health Resources to provide the Talk One2One Student Assistance Program. Talk One2One can provide you with counseling and make referrals to local organizations that can help you, no matter what issue you’re facing.
What is Talk One2One?
Talk One2One is a resource for confidential, convenient, and 24/7 support for a number of problems that may be challenging your health or well‐being. We believe that no issue is too small. You can call us for a wide range of issues, such as dealing with stress and anxiety, family problems, roommate issues, and drug or alcohol abuse, legal or financial issues and problems.
How Do I Contact Someone?
Simply call 1‐800‐756‐3124 anytime, day or night. There’s somebody to talk to 24/7/365, even during school breaks.
What Kind of Counselor Will I Talk To?
Talk One‐2‐One counselors, the ones you can speak with over the phone and the ones you can meet with in their offices, are master’s or doctoral level clinicians—all credentialed and licensed to practice in their state of operation.
Is It Free?
Talk One2One is offered at no cost to students through our partnership with the Boston Architectural College and AllOne Health Resources.
Will Anyone Know if I Access This Service?
Talk One2One is completely confidential.
Talk One2One Services
You can receive assessment, referral, and counseling services (up to three face-to-face sessions) for a broad range of issues, including roommate, relationship, or family problems; substance abuse concerns; academic issues; help finding child/elder care services; and more.
You may have one free 30-minute office or telephone consultation per legal matter, except for job- or school-related legal matters. Typical matters include divorce and child custody, car accidents, real estate concerns, and landlord/tenant issues. You can also receive a 25% discount for additional services provided by a network attorney.
You may have one free telephone consultation per financial issue, such as credit card debt, identity theft, financial planning, and tax advice provided by a qualified financial counselor.
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