COVID-19: INFORMATION FOR THE MANHATTANVILLE COMMUNITY
We are looking forward to welcoming students back for the spring semester. Safety policies and protocols can be found here and our dashboard can be viewed here. Email COVIDemail@example.com with questions.
Welcome to Student Health and Counseling!
Student Health and Counseling (SHAC) is a safe, confidential place where students can receive comprehensive medical treatment and speak with professional clinicians regarding personal issues in both individual and/or group sessions. SHAC is staffed by licensed medical and mental health practitioners.
We have many resources to help you achieve success in College.
All in-person counseling appointments will remain suspended for Spring 2021. SHAC is using a secure platform for virtual individual and group sessions. Health services appointments must be made in advance (same day appointments are typically available). We take great care to maintain our students’ safety, so, we are offering well visits in the morning and sick visits in the afternoon.
SHAC utilizes Microsoft Teams for appointments and groups. Please download Microsoft Teams prior to utilizing our services. Click on links below for instructions on how to download Teams. If you need additional assistance, or are unable to utilize MS Teams, you can contact us at (914) 323-7277.
See below for detailed information related to scheduling an appointment and accessing support services and resources. Please note that you will be asked to sign a telehealth consent form prior to participating in a telehealth appointment.
If you have any questions concerning SHAC services, please do not hesitate to reach out and ask us, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (914) 323-7277.
Follow @mville_shac on Instagram for all updates related to SHAC services. We are also working to provide our students with helpful information about managing health, stress, nutrition, and other wellness related topics on our Instagram.
Health services is located in Spellman Hall G-17. We are open Monday thru Friday 9am-5pm by appointment only. Please reach out by calling 914-323-5245 or email SHAC@mville.edu. We will work with you to help any way we can. If you are on campus and having a medical emergency, call Campus Safety at 914-323-5244. We work with Campus Safety to manage medical emergencies.
Everyone knows that being sick away from home can be difficult. We’re here to help you get through it. Our team of Board-Certified Nurse Practitioners and Registered Nurses provide care for all undergraduate students and graduate residents. SHAC promotes a healthy lifestyle through education and preventative medical care. We provide diagnostic services and treatment of illness and medical conditions.
There is no charge to be seen in Student Health Services. Office visits are free regardless of health insurance coverage. Fees may apply for labs sent to outside laboratory and for some prescription medications.
Counseling and Wellness Services
Counseling Services are located in Spellman Hall, G-11. Our hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm. To schedule a counseling appointment, contact our office by calling (914) 323-5155 or emailing email@example.com; our office manager can assist you with answering questions and scheduling an appointment. There are some limitations regarding providing counseling across state lines (state dependent), nonetheless, please contact us and we will work to find a suitable solution. If you reside in a state where telecounseling is not permitted, we will assist you with finding services or resources in your area.
We also provide access to “drop-in” consultation sessions via our secure Student Health Portal (mville.studenthealthportal.com). Students who have not yet been seen in counseling and are interested in speaking to a counselor can schedule a same-day appointment by using our online scheduling system. You can also access our support by using our email or phone as described above.
Psychiatry appointments are limited to students who are currently involved in counseling with one of our counselors. If you do not want to participate in counseling with SHAC, we can assist you with finding a provider in the community for a psychiatry- medication evaluation/management.
Psychiatry appointments will be held virtually. Students who are interested in scheduling an appointment to meet with our psychiatrist should speak with their counselor.
Group Counseling and Support Groups
Our counseling groups will be offered virtually until further notice. Please see below for a description of our group offerings. If you are interested in joining any of the groups, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and a clinician will reach out to you.
Our support groups and wellness workshops are open to all full-time undergraduates and residential graduates. Simply click on the link below to join a group or workshop.
If you reside on campus and are experiencing a psychiatric or medical issue that requires immediate attention, after regular business hours (M-F, 9-5) please contact campus safety at (914) 323-7233 or speak with the RD on duty.
If you are not on campus and have an emergency, please see the resources below, or call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency room.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (24/7) 1-800-273-8255
Crisis Textline (24/7) Text HOME to 741741
Crisis Textline (24/7) Students of Color crisis support Text STEVE to 741741
SAMHSA Helpline (24/7) 1-800-662-HELP
National Sexual Assault Hotline (24/7) 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)
SAAVE Toll Free Bilingual Rape Crisis Hotline 1-833-220-2444
National Domestic Violence Hotline (24/7) 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
Trevor Project (LGBTQIA+) (24/7) 1-866-488-7386
The Trans Lifeline 1-877-565-8860
For our Diverse Community:
Student Health and Counseling stands in support of our BIPOC community with medical, emotional, and general wellness needs. If you would like to participate in counseling with a therapist of color, please inquire by calling us at (914) 323-5155 or emailing us at email@example.com. We have also listed a variety of resources for students of color below:
- Forums, trainings, and referral services
- Evidence-based information and resources about mental health from a Black perspective; decrease mental health stigma in the Black community
- Aims to improve the wellness of Black women
- Promote the mental health of young African-American women
- Resources for American Indian and Alaskan Native populations
- Programs and resources for Latinx
- Information and resources for Latinx/Hispanic populations