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Mental Health and Counseling services

Mental Health and Counseling Services Available

Campus Resources

Contact Information Quinsigamond Counseling

Office Hours: Monday through Friday:  8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Tina Wells LICSW, Coordinator of Counseling
Administration Building Room B56A
670 West Boylston St.
Worcester, MA 01606-2092
Phone: 508.854.4479
e-mail: twells [at]

  • Referrals to local vendors and resources to assist with utility, transportation and housing needs
  • Health and wellness consultation, coaching and information
  • Resources to free legal and financial consultations
  • Childcare, elder care and pet care resources and referrals

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

Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project

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

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

National Sexual Violence Resource Center

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


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)

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

National Domestic Violence Hotlinemes

1800.799.7233 | 1.800.787.3224 (TTY)

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

National Organization for Victim Assistance
1.800.TRY.NOVA or 1.800.879.6682

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

Victim Bill of Rights

Victim Compensation Applications (Need Adobe Reader)

Victim Rights Law Center
Providing sexual assault victims with free legal help

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