Center for Student Wellness & Counseling

Important COVID-19 Updates

The safety and wellness of our students is the primary concern at the Center for Student Wellness and Counseling Services (CSWCS).

Considering recent university restrictions regarding COVID-19, the CSWCS office is currently closed, until further notice, for any face-to-face counseling. Please continue to monitor this page and/or your NEOMED email for more information from our Center regarding counseling options.

It is natural for many of us to experience mixed feelings of anxiety during the world’s response to COVID-19. Demonstrating care, love, support, social connection, and having a sense of belonging are the elements for healing when coping with mixed feelings, pain and grief. Now is a time for us to not only contemplate our feelings, but also to seek out healing for ourselves and others.

While we continue to receive continual updates on COVID-19, we wanted to provide you with several resources that can be helpful in addressing your well-being during a time of uncertainty.

 

The CSWCS team also found some funny/lighthearted videos that we thought you would enjoy. You may have already seen them via social media, but here they are again if you need a laugh or two or more:

(The World’s Theme Song for 2020)
(New Generation of Babies Born in 2020 will be called
“The Quaratines”)
(Every mom or dad in America right now)
(This applies to classes at home too)
(A classic gem for when we all return to campus)

 

If you have any questions or need more information, please contact the CSWCS at 330-325-6757 or counseling@neomed.edu

Please visit the NEOMED website for more information and updates on COVID-19 and how it affects the NEOMED campus’ daily operations.

Wellness & supportive services

About The Center for Student Wellness and Counseling Services (CSWCS)

Our Center provides direct individual counseling services for a variety of concerns including, stress, burnout, time management, relationship problems, anxiety, depression and other matters related to a student’s overall mental well-being. The Center also provides resource information on wellness topics and is responsible for student outreach programming designed to reduce stress and improve overall well-being.

After-Hours Urgent Crisis
If you are experiencing an emotional or psychiatric crisis and are unable to reach a NEOMED counselor, please contact the Community Crisis Resources.

Hours
Monday – Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Contact
330.325.6757
counseling@neomed.edu

Location
Suite A-200 (next to the NEOMED Library)

Review the latest information on the Coronavirus.

Counseling & Support Services

The Center for Student Wellness and Counseling Services provides free and confidential direct individual counseling services for a variety of concerns including, stress, burnout, time management, relationship problems, anxiety, depression and other matters related to a student’s overall mental well-being.

Access Counseling & Support Services

Self-Help Toolkit

The self-help toolkit provides a variety of support resources and screenings for mental and emotional well-being.

Access the Self-Help Toolkit

How to Help a Student

Professional school can be a difficult and stressful time and while students can usually manage the multiple stressors of professional, academic and personal demands, it’s okay to ask for or offer help to those in distress or need of support.

More on Helping a Student

Community Crisis Resources for Students

Immediate Life-Threatening: Call 9-911

NEOMED Police:330.325.5911
NEOMED Security: 330.325.6489

National Crisis Assistance 24/7

Crisis Text Line: 741-741
National Suicide Hotline: 800.273.8255
Sexual Abuse National Network: 800.656.4673

Local Crisis Assistance 24/7

Coleman Professional Services: 330.296.3555
Townhall II: 330.678.4357

Local Walk-In Services

Coleman Professional Services: 330.296.3555
3922 Lovers Lane, Ravenna
24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Townhall II: 330.678.4357
155 N. Water St., Kent
Mon. through Fri., 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

AxessPointe, Kent: 330.673.1016
143 Gougler Ave., Kent
Mon. through Fri., 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

AxessPointe, Akron: 330.548.0958
340 S. Broadway St., Akron
Mon.-Tues., 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Thurs., 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Fri., 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Make an Appointment or Contact

Phone: 330.325.6757
Email: counseling@neomed.edu

After Hours Crisis

Coleman Professional Services:
330.296.3555
National Crisis Hotline:
800.273.8255
Crisis Text Line:
741741

Center for Student Wellness & Counseling

Division of Health Affairs