Resident Assistance Program (RAP)
Caring and Confidential
For in-person or virtual appointments call:
(915) 215 - TALK (8255)
Services are provided at:
Student Support Center—MSB II
123 Rick Francis St.
El Paso, Texas 79905
Frequently Asked Questions
TTUHSCEP recognizes that personal problems can have a direct and adverse impact on an individual’s educational or job performance. Confidential, on-site, and telehealth counseling services are offered to residents, fellows, and their immediate family members living in their households. The program is intended to help with a variety of personal issues, including relational, family, cognitive, emotional, and behavioral concerns.
Counseling for alcohol/drug abuse or addiction, legal advice and financial services
The participant will receive up to five (5) psychotherapy services free of charge. If further intervention is recommended by the clinician, resources will be provided. Cost of counseling or treatment beyond the five (5) RAP sessions are the responsibility of the individual.
The participant is referred to a physician on their insurance panel or to a physician in the TTUHSCEP Department of Psychiatry, based on the participant’s preference.
In the RAP, we respect patients’ privacy. RAP records do not become part of personal records. In matters where disclosure is not required by law, confidential information will not be released without the participant’s written authorization
Total of five (5) sessions for each resident or fellow, and immediate family members under the same household per fiscal year (Sept. 1—Aug. 31)
- Five sessions are allotted for residents/fellows and immediate family member.
You can refer yourself or a program director may refer you
Up to five (5) RAP sessions are provided per household per fiscal year at no cost to the individual
Services are offered in English and Spanish