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Mental Health and Counseling Services Available

On Campus Resources

Contact Information Quinsigamond Counseling

Office Hours: Monday through Friday:  8 am to 4 pm

Tina Wells LICSW, Coordinator of Counseling

Administration Building Room 162A
670 West Boylston St.

Worcester, MA 01606-2092
Phone: 508.854.4479
e-mail: twells [at] qcc.mass.edu

WellConnect by Student Resource Services

24 hours a day / 7 days a week
Call or log on to get started!
800-326-6142

 Log on to: http://www.wellconnectbysrs.com || Org Code: QCC STUDENT

Services include:

Student Assistance Program that gives you and your family members free, confidential access to a full range of life services.

• 24-hour telephonic access to licensed mental health professionals at 800-326-6142 for in the moment support
• 3 sessions of in-person or telephonic counseling
• Referrals to local vendors and resources to assist with utility, transportation and housing needs
• Health and wellness consultation, coaching and information
• Robust website featuring articles, assessments, webinars, financial calculators, searchable databases, skill builders and more.
• Free legal and financial consultations
• Childcare, elder care and pet care resources and referrals

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Off Campus Locations

Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence

BWRI- in Central Massachusetts
24-hour Hotline: 978.537.8601

Daybreak- in Central Massachusetts
Support services for battered women and their children (SAFELPLAN host location)
24-hour Hotline 508.755.9030
www.ywcaworcester.org

Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project
800.832.1901
http://www.glbtqdvp.org/

Jane Doe Inc
The Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
Phone: 617.248.0922
Fax: 617.248.0902
TTY/TTD: 617.263.2200
www.janedoe.org

National DV Hotline
1.800.799.SAFE (1.800.799.7233) or 1.800.787.3224 TTY
www.ndvh.org

National Sexual Violence Resource Center
717.728.9740
www.nsvrc.org

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network
1.800.656.HOPE (1.800.656.4673)
www.rainn.org

Health/Medical

Aids Action Committee
HIV/AIDS & STD Hotline 800.235.2331 TTY: 617.437.1672
Hepatitis Hotline 888.443.4372 TTY: 617.437.1672
 

Emergency Contraception Information
888.not.2.late (1.888.668.2528)
www.not-2-late.com

National HIV/AIDS Hotline
1.800.342.AIDS or 1.800.342.2437
TTY 1.800.243.7012 Spanish 1.800.344.SIDA

Victim Rights/Legal Support

Criminal History Systems Board Victim Services Unit- Massachusetts
617.660.4600
www.mass.gov

National Domestic Violence Hotlinemes

1-800-799-7233 | 1-800-787-3224 (TTY)

National Center for Victims of Crime
1.800.FYI.CALL or 1.800.394.2255
www.ncvc.org

National Organization for Victim Assistance
1.800.TRY.NOVA or 1.800.879.6682
www.try-nova.org

U.S. Attorney’s Office, Victim Witness Assistance- Massachusetts
617.748.3140

Victim Bill of Rights

Victim Compensation Applications (Need Adobe Reader)

Victim Rights Law Center
Providing sexual assault victims with free legal help
617.399.6720
www.victimrights.org

Suicide Prevention Hotline Logo

Verizon Hope Line

A program that connects survivors of domestic violence to vital resources, funds organizations nationwide and protects the environment.

HopeLine® how does it work?

  • Someone Like You
  • Donates a no-longer-used phone...
  • At a Verizon Wireless Communications Store
  • Through a Hopeline Program
  • Through the mail, with a postage-paid label
     

The HopeLine Program

  • • Collects and securely scrubs the donated phones
  • • Refurbishes and sells reusable phones
  • • Responsibly recycles unusable phones
  • • Donates proceeds to domestic violence organizations

Click link for more information.   http://www.verizon.com/about/responsibility/hopeline