Center for Wellness & Disability Services
Evening & Weekend Access to Remote Counselor Now Available
By contracting with ProtoCall, the nation's leading provider for telephonic behavioral health services, Wentworth students have access to Masters and Doctoral-level counselors outside of the center's normal business hours of 8:15am to 4:45pm Monday through Friday.
To access call 617-989-4390
How Are You Feeling?
Mental health is a key part of your overall health. Brief screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a mental health professional.
The mission of the Center for Wellness and Disability Services is to deliver comprehensive support to all students by providing direct services and information, and resources in three areas—mental health counseling, disability support and accommodations, and wellness education—with the goal of enabling our students to thrive.
Counseling Services offers a safe, confidential environment for students to explore their mental health, and gain awareness and insight into their lives. Services are available to all Wentworth students free of charge on a short-term basis, depending on individual need. Students can also obtain referrals to community resources for issues related to psychotropic medications and more specialized treatment.
Disability Services provides support for students with physical, medical, psychological, and learning disabilities to help them participate fully in the life of the community. Staff can help students with a documented disability arrange for reasonable accommodations. To receive services, an individuals must voluntarily disclose their disabilities, provide documentation as required by the institution, and request specific services.
The Office of Wellness Education keeps the Wentworth community informed about living healthily on campus and in their lives. Our office promotes the seven dimensions of wellness—emotional, environmental, intellectual, occupational, physical, social, and spiritual—through—campus-wide events and activities, and in consultation with individual students seeking health and wellness resources to enhance their lives.
Suicide Awareness & Prevention Assistance
If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, please call or visit:
- Wentworth Public Safety: 617-989-4444 or 911
- Samaritans of Boston Suicide Hotline: 617-247-0220 or 877-870-4673
- Samariteens: 800-252-8336
- ULifeline: 800-273-TALK (8255)
The JED & Clinton Health Matters Campus Program is designed to help colleges and universities promote emotional wellbeing and mental health programming, reduce substance abuse, and prevent suicide among their students.