Support for Staff

Dialogue doesn't just help students. It also reduces the workload for counselors and staff by presenting a new resource for students who can be helped through additional support.

Why Schools Love Dialogue

Effective, particularly when implemented into a tiered behavior intervention model.

Alleviates the burden on school counselors so they can focus on academic needs.

Augments student resources without increasing staff.

Reduces case overload for local mental health professionals.

Give middle and high school students 11 and older* access to mental health assistance no matter where they are.

*DialCare® Mental Wellness does not currently treat patients under the age of 11. Parental consent laws are followed in each state based on regulation.

Easy To Implement

  • One monthly rate gives your student body unlimited access to 30 minute counseling sessions
  • Students are able to register with their student ID numbers
  • Students create their own accounts and log in to request appointments
  • You receive high-level consultation reports that provide the grade level of students using Dialogue

DialCare Features

  • Usage reporting
  • Custom marketing materials
  • Nationwide network of quality providers
  • Account management
  • Full support team

A Foundation for Student Success

Offering Dialogue is one way you can ensure your students have access to a top-quality resource that offers the relief they deserve. Our mental health professionals are here to help them develop healthy coping strategies for future challenges.

Why Students Love Dialogue


Available from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week.

Easy to Access

Connect via mobile app, phone or video chat.


Consultations in both English and Spanish.


Treatment for depression, anxiety, grief, relationship problems and more.

Why Today's Teen Needs Dialogue

46% of parents have noticed a new or worsening mental health condition in their teen since the pandemic.1

Approximately 60.1% of adolescents with a major depressive episode do not receive treatment. 2

3.2 million adolescents aged 12 to 17 in the U.S. had at least one major depressive episode. That's 13.3% of the U.S. population.2

1 in 6 U.S. youth aged 6-17 experience a mental health disorder each year.3

1 C.S. Mott Children's Hospital National Poll on Children's Health, 2021
2 National Institute of Mental Health
3 National Alliance on Mental Illness

To learn more about what Dialogue can provide for your students, simply submit the form below, and we'll be happy to contact you about crafting your custom proposal.

Mental Wellness for Higher Education

Need a mental wellness program for students attending your university, college, trade school or institute of higher education?
We have that, too. Submit the form below to request your custom proposal for DialCare Therapy.

Important Information In the fall of 2021, three highly respected organizations: The American Academy of Pediatrics, The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and The Children's Hospital Association declared a National State of Emergency in Children's Mental Health in response to the surge of mental health conditions affecting children and adolescents. You can read the full declaration on the American Academy of Pediatrics website.