for Education

Prevent Student Suicide, Promote Student Wellness

Weekly Check-Ins. Instant Referrals. Real-Time Wellness Dashboard.


In their own words: UNLV Graduate College

Valarie Burke, Ph.D., Assistant Dean of Graduate Student Services

Jennifer Crystal

Jennifer Crystal, Ph.D.

Wayne State University School of Medicine

This is an extremely user-friendly, professional, and effective program for reaching students who might have mental health issues before they reach a crisis point. As a medical school counselor, I am grateful that this resource exists. Having worked in the field of mental health since 1994, I can honestly say that this is a unique tool that truly helps save lives.

Individual Support + Systemic Improvement

= Greater Wellness

Individual Support

Problem: Students Aren't Utilizing Support Resources (e.g., CAPS, Academic Coaching)

Solution: Proactive Weekly Check-Ins + Instant Referrals

Systemic Improvement

Problem: Student Distress

Solution: Real-Time Wellness Dashboard to Guide Systemic Interventions

  • Real-time wellness dashboard, based on weekly individual responses to check-ins
  • Identify classes and demographic groups that need your immediate attention to prevent crisis
  • Understand which specific concerns are stressing your students
  • Evaluate effectiveness of wellness interventions using upstream markers
  • See a demo wellness dashboard

Based on the SAMHSA Eight Dimensions of Wellness Framework




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Prevent Student Suicide and Promote Student Wellness

Our real-time wellness dashboard orients you to the groups where wellness challenges are rising, helps you identify their causes, and address them to reduce student distress and prevent suicide.

Use clear, straightfoward, numerical data to guide wellness policies, to evaluate your interventions, and to advocate for your students.

Upstream Prevention
Done Right

Students wait too long before reaching out for support. Early Alert is a Proactive Resource Navigator, checking in with each of your students, alerting them to decreases in their wellness, and suggesting support resources (including self-help resources) to address challenges long before they become a crisis.

Don't wait for your students to reach out for support. They won't, until it's too late. Early Alert provides individual, confidential check-ins to nip trouble in the bud.

Student utilizing wellness support resources
EAP Provider

A Culture of Caring

Early Alert does more than just suggest the right support resources at the right time. Early Alert sends a clear message to everyone in your school: We Care.

Weekly check-ins mean weekly acknowledgements of students' humanity, the ups and downs of life, and the fact that everyone needs support sometime. Early Alert normalizes the process of taking a moment to reflect about wellness, and acts as a weekly reminder of the importance that the entire program places on attending to individual wellness.

Higher Utilization of Support Resources

When students are facing a wellness challenge, the last thing they want to do is navigate a website listing possible support resources. The result? They wait. The problem gets worse. And worse. And worse.

Early Alert cuts through the noise by providing an instant referral, tailored to the student's needs, exactly when the student needs it. The result? Higher utilization of support resources, and early resolution of wellness challenges.

Early Alert's dashboard shows you common barriers to access - why students aren't using resources you provide. Whether the issue is cost, perceived benefit, scheduling difficulties or concerns about confidentiality, Early Alert's dashboard helps you identify and systematically address the issues that are preventing your students from using the support resources you offer.

Medical student responding to a wellness check

Featured By Leading Professional Associations

Our work on preventing crisis and suicide and on supportive individual wellness has been featured by leading professional associations, including:


Hi, I'm Dr. Eran Magen, Founder & CEO

After earning my Ph.D. in psychology from Stanford University, I completed post-doctoral training in population health as a Robert Wood Johnson Health & Society Scholar. After serving as the research director for the University of Pennsylvania's Department of Counseling and Psychological Services, I founded Early Alert to help reduce suicide and support the wellness of students, clinicians, and employees everywhere (LinkedIn).

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