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Student Health & Counseling Center


Student Health & Counseling Center


The Student Health and Counseling Center continuously strives to serve our students by providing inclusive individualized care and promoting emotional and physical well-being through respect for our students’ diversity and our commitment to personal and professional growth.

Students attending the center will feel accepted and receive the most up-to-date services from highly qualified and supportive staff.

Patient Portal


All student must register with the Student Patient Portal in order to receive information on their visit, test results, tele-counseling appointments or to speak with a provider. To access the portal, please use the link below:

GO TO THE PATIENT/CLIENT PORTAL

Student Assistance Program


Launched on November 1, 2022, the Student Assistance Program gives students free 24/7 access to real-time support from professionals who can provide tools and resources to help manage stress and navigate a variety of challenges including:

  • Depression/anxiety
  • Cultural diversity issues
  • Substance abuse
  • Relationships
  • Academic or career stress
  • Financial or legal concerns

Developed by BHS, a company that provides mental health resources and services to organizations, the Student Assistance Program is being offered as a free service to SUNY Plattsburgh students in addition to mental health services that already exist on campus. To access the Student Assistance Program, you have the following options:

  1. Call 1-800-327-2251
  2. Text 1-800-327-2251
  3. Access the BHS portal at portal.BHSonline.com; username SUNYPlattsburgh
  4. Download the BHS app from either the Apple app store or the Google Play app store

Student Health & Counseling Center


Confidentiality

Records at the center are strictly confidential. Records are only released with the student’s written consent or by a court-ordered subpoena. Information about student contacts for psychological services is not released to other campus departments, outside agencies, family, or friends. Even the fact that a student has been at the center is confidential.

Hours of Operation & Location


The Student Health and Counseling Center is located behind the campus bookstore and next to the University Police Department. Our general hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Monkeypox Information


The Student Health & Counseling Center is closely tracking the global outbreak of monkeypox, which continues to spread in the United States and New York State. We work closely with the Clinton County Health Department to ensure that we have the latest information and guidance, and we are ready to provide medical support if needed.

Prevention is key. Monkeypox is not nearly as contagious as COVID-19, but care should be taken to avoid or limit direct physical contact with individuals who have contracted monkeypox or who may have been exposed. Students who develop symptoms, or have reason to believe they have been exposed, should contact the Center: 518-564-2187.

Please refer to the following resources for the most up-to-date information about monkeypox:

Monkeypox FAQs

LACS and AAAHC Accredited

Notice of Privacy Practices

Notice of Non-Discrimination

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