**For the Fall semester, all services will be by appointment only. Please call the Wellness Center to make an appointment. Only the patient will be allowed to attend an appointment. Anyone entering the Wellness Center will be screened before admittance. Counseling services will be provided to eligible students via tele-counseling. Medical services will be a combination of tele-health and in person depending on the nature of their visit.**
COVID-19 SELF ASSESSMENT TOOL
This tool will help you assess your symptoms and determine if you're a good candidate for a coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) test in your home community. It also offers guidance on when to seek medical care and what to do in the meantime. This information is based on Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and Mayo Clinic expert opinion.
Information applies only to people currently in the United States.
This tool is not meant to take the place of consultation with your health care provider or to diagnose or treat conditions. If you're in an emergency medical situation, call 911 or your local emergency number.
Information about COVID-19 is constantly changing. And the level of COVID-19 activity varies by community, as does the availability of testing. For current updates on COVID-19 and details on testing and other health measures in your state, check with your local public health agency and visit the CDC website at cdc.gov.
Ways to find an off-campus Mental Health Provider
1. Contact your Primary Healthcare Provider for a referral
2. Contact your insurance company for a list of providers. The number can usually be found on the back of your insurance card.
3. Use an on-line provider search site. Below are two on-line sites that can be helpful when finding a mental health provider:
Mental Health Crisis Numbers
The Mobile Crisis Assessment Team (MCAT)
For Oneida, Herkimer, Schoharie, Otsego, Delaware and Chenango County residents.
24 hours a day/7 day a week
1-877-369-6699 or 1-844-732-6228
National Suicide Hotline Toll-Free Number
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK (8255) or
contact the CRISIS TEXT LINE by texting the word "TALK" to 741741
The primary goal of SUNY Cobleskill’s Wellness Center is the prevention and resolution of physical and psychological problems that students may experience. It is an holistic approach that has served our students extremely well over the course of many years.
Our Wellness Center is one of only 25 college health centers in New York State to be accredited by the American Association of Ambulatory Health Care. We are also unique in that our multidisciplinary team offers students health care, mental health counseling and health education services all through a single department. This allows us to provide more effective and efficient treatment, and thereby to help our students achieve and maintain wellness while making the most of their educational experience.
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 4:15pm
Beard Wellness Center
130 Albany Ave
Cobleskill, NY 12043