Supports MMC student psychological and personal wellness.
Offers free, short-term individual counseling, medication consultation and management, wellness programs, and referrals for treatment in the community.
Professional staff made up of clinical psychologists, clinical social workers, a nurse practitioner, and advanced doctoral psychology trainees.
Counselors are sensitive to the issues of historically marginalized populations, including students of color, and gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and questioning people. All students will be treated with respect and understanding.
MMC’s on-campus Title IX Coordinator upholds the Education Amendments Act of 1972, a federal law that states: “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”
Provides skilled and sensitive counseling services to all survivors of gender violence, including LGBTQ+ individuals, unaccompanied minor immigrant children, children experiencing family reunification, and survivors of trafficking, FGM and forced marriage.
Clinical staff includes counselors familiar with the unique needs of immigrant groups including the West African and South Asian communities.
Committed to the overall growth, development, and education of MMC residents.
Primary goal is to provide a safe, secure, and comfortable educational environment while providing residents the opportunities to become involved, exercise their leadership skills, and be part of a residential community
NYFSC’s free Home Sharing Program helps link adult “hosts” with extra private spaces in their homes or apartments with appropriate adult “guests” to share their space. One of the matchmates must be age 60 or older. The program also serves adult “hosts” age 55 or older, who are interested in sharing with developmentally disabled adult “guests” capable of independent living.