Health Services recognizes that college can be a stressful time for students. We've used the National College Health Assessment tool to survey the mental health concerns of MCC students. Depression, anxiety, sleep, stress and relationship problems were identified as the top mental health issues. If these are concerns for you or a friend, there are many resources available to help you, both on campus and in the community.
In the event of a mental health emergency:
If you are concerned that you or a friend could harm themselves or someone else, you cannot and should not try to manage this situation by yourself. Please call for help:
On the Brighton Campus:
- The Counseling Center at x2030
- Public Safety at x2911 (585-292-2911)
On the Damon City Campus:
- the Student Services Office at x1740 (585-262-1740)
- Public Safety at x1414 (585-262-1414)
- Lifeline at (585) 275-5151 or dial 211 for 211/Lifeline – a free and confidential information, referral and crisis intervention hotline and live chat service available 24/7, 365 days per year.
Mental Health Resources
You may make an appointment with one of our nurses to discuss your needs. Referrals to our mental health Nurse Practitioner can be made in the fall and spring semesters, if indicated.There is no charge for visits to Health Services. Call 585-292-2018 or stop into the office, 3-165, to schedule.
- MCC's Counseling Center provides services at no charge and has walk-in hours and appointments. Call 292-2030 or stop into 3-103.
- Local Community Resources For Care
For more information about specific mental health concerns, please see the links below. We strive to link only with sites that provide unbiased, medically sound information, however medical information is constantly changing. If you ever have a concern with a website we've linked to, please let us know via email at email@example.com, or by telephone at 585-292-2018.
AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS
BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER
CUTTING AND SELF-INJURY
- Assess your Own Mental Health
- Bring Change 2 Mind
- Center for Youth Resources
- Facts about Depression
- The Jed Foundation
- Online Peer Support
- Student Resources on Living with Depression
- Hope, Help and Healing
- National Eating Disorder Association Helpline: Call 1-800-931-2237 or chat for help
GRIEF, LOSS AND RESILIENCE
OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER
POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD)
VETERANS MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
- Veterans Crisis Line Website or call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1
- Shared Experiences and Support
- Free Readjustment Counseling Services
- Crisis and Prevention