Here for you.

    What matters to you matters to us.

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    Our confidential and free services offer a safe haven to explore your challenges, gain clarity, and develop strategies to handle whatever life may throw at you. 

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    Who we are

    Connect with our compassionate counselors who are here to listen and support you on your path to personal growth and well-being. As licensed mental health practitioners, we are dedicated to helping you cope with the many challenges you face as a college student.

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    Krystal Smith, Licensed Mental health Counselor,
    Credential Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor

    Michelle Burdick, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

    We encourage you to come in and talk with us even if you are uncertain whether you need counseling.

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    Reach out


    Reasons to seek counseling:

    • Adjusting to college
    • Academic concerns
    • Addiction
    • Coping with crises
    • Family or other relationship problems
    • Coping with grief and loss
    • Managing stress
    • Depression
    • Anxiety
    • Domestic violence or sexual assault
    • Anger management
    • Sexual/gender identity
    • Procrastination or other self-defeating behaviors
    • Issues with eating behavior and/or body image
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    Appointments can be done via telehealth or in person. All services are confidential and free.
    Monday – Friday 8:30a.m. – 4:30p.m.
    Utica campus: 315-792-5326
    Rome campus: 315-792-5326

    You may also stop by the Alumni College Center room 104, or Plumley Complex room 102 in Rome.MVCC Health and Wellness Center Graphics

    In case of emergency, please contact Public Safety:

    Utica campus: 315-735-5777
    Rome campus: 315-334-3559