Student health and wellness is a top priority as we know that law school can be a stressful endeavor. If you find that you are in need of additional assistance to help balance the many priorities that students have, please contact Lauren Berger at email@example.com
UNH Law has partnered with Riverbend Community Mental Health to provide an on-site counselor for students once a week. The counselors hours and availability are announced each week via email. If a student would like to meet with a counselor off-campus, they can call the Riverbend Admissions line at 603-228-1600 and share that they are a law student who would like to meet with a counselor.
If a student is in a period of mental health crisis, they are encouraged to call Riverbend’s 24/7 Mobile Crisis Service at 1-844-743-5748. A trained professional will help the student (or a support person) to find immediate help or resources.
Additional counselors can be found in the Health Resources listed below.
The University of New Hampshire School of Law requires all students to maintain health and accidental insurance while at UNH School of Law. You will receive information about student health insurance plans in the summer.
For families with children, the state of New Hampshire offers the NH Healthy Kids Program, which provides access to low-cost and free health coverage options for uninsured children and teens.
All students that are in the U.S. on an F1 or J1 visa and are enrolled in a degree program at UNH School of Law are required to enroll in the UNH Student Health Benefits Plan (SHBP).