If You're Feeling Anxious About the Middle East
There is help available if you are feeling stressed or anxious about recent events in Israel and Gaza.
In order to serve students who have already scheduled appointments, we are unable to accept new clients for ongoing counseling through the end of fall quarter. However:
Students who are in crisis can still schedule a one-time check-in session with an MHWC therapist.
- To schedule a one-time check-in, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, CWID and times that you're available in the next few days.
- Please include a brief statement that you are requesting intake forms for a one-time check-in.
We also offer these online services:
- TimelyCare – speak online with a mental health professional anytime, 24/7
- Wellness Central – get health and wellness information
- eCheckup To Go – learn how to support your own well-being and healthy behavior
MHWC is NOT a 24-hour program. For life-threatening emergencies, call 9-1-1.
If You Have an EmergencyCall 9-1-1 or go to the nearest hospital. The Mental Health and Wellness Center is not a 24-hour program. For immediate assistance, see the list of 24-hour crisis hotlines below.
We have a new scheduling system in place, which means we are no longer accepting intake forms via email. In order to receive the intake forms please email email@example.com
- Be sure to include your name, CWID (8-digit Campuswide ID number), your availability for the quarter you're requesting services in, and a short statement that you're requesting our services.
- Suzanna, the administrative assistant, will confirm your registration and will post the forms in the Health Services online portal, where you can find them when you log in.