Accredited by the International Association of Counseling Services, the Wellness Center provides counseling and wellness services that support and assist you in your intellectual, emotional, psychological, and social development while coping with the challenges of college and life stressors. The Wellness Center offers free and confidential counseling in a safe environment where individual and cultural differences are valued and respected. Our services include: short-term individual counseling, crisis intervention, workshops, outreach and referrals to college community resources. View our words of wellness monthly newsletter.
Room: C-Building, C-249 Phone: (718) 482-5471 Email: WellnessCenter@lagcc.cuny.edu
We are here to help you address the following concerns:
718-482-5471 WellnessCenter@lagcc.cuny.edu C-Building, C-249 Office Hours:
Please refer to the Campus Services page for current hours.
If you need to speak with someone outside of office hours, call 1-888-NYC-WELL (1-888-692-9355), text WELL to 65173 or visit NYC Well to chat with a counselor. If you are in danger, in need of immediate medical attention or having thoughts of harming yourself, please call 911.
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We offer various health and wellness programs to help students succeed in college and beyond.
The mission of LaGuardia's Neurodiversity Program is to provide students with access to services that will lead to successful academic outcomes while providing educational opportunities that will increase self-knowledge. Our program is part of CUNY's Project REACH, whose purpose is to provide affordable and accessible higher education options to all students, particularly those who have not accessed college programs in the past, such as those on the autistic spectrum. Our staff, who specialize in academics, social connections and self-esteem, work with the students in this program and refer to the Office of Accessibility reasonable academic accommodations as needed. We serve students that identify with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Neurological Disabilities and Social Anxiety as well as isolated and stigmatized individuals. We offer virtual coaching sessions to help students adjust to learning in an online environment. For more information, please contact us at 718-349-4023 or LaGuardiaAssist@lagcc.cuny.edu and Neurodiversity@lagcc.cuny.edu.