Medical school is a time of high stress, in which students have little choice in their schedules or workload. As compared with their age-matched peers, medical students have been found to have high levels of personal distress, anxiety, and depression. Such distress may lead to burnout, academic difficulties, and professionalism issues (1, 2). Physicians in general experience significant barriers to care, especially mental health care (3). Ensuring that medical students have access to care for such conditions is an important part of addressing medical student wellness habits that may continue into the future.