Wellness Exchange is the key to accessing NYU's extensive health and mental health resources. A central feature common to all these services is a private, 24/7 hotline that puts students in touch with professionals who can help them address day-to-day challenges as well as other health-related concerns including medical issues, academic stress, depression, sexual assault, anxiety, alcohol and other drug dependence, sexually transmitted infections and eating disorders. The Wellness Exchange is also available for students who just need to talk—for whatever reason. You can access the Wellness Exchange anytime at 212-443-9999 or at www.nyu.edu/999.
Wellness and Counseling Services at the Student Health Center (212 443-9999) provides counseling and emergency response. Students can speak with counselors 24/7 by phone (212) 443-9999 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Crisis Response Counselors are available to manage emergencies and oversee students’ care around the clock as well.
Counseling Services (212-998-4780) provides free consultations, short-term psychotherapy, psychiatric services, group therapy, and outreach services. Though the Counseling Service does not provide long-term psycho-therapeutic or psychiatric services, they can provide referrals and help students utilize a variety of options in the community.
Moses Center for Student Accessibility
New York University is committed to providing equal educational opportunity and participation for students with disabilities. It is the University’s policy that no qualified student with a disability be excluded from participating in any University program or activity, denied the benefits of any University program or activity, or otherwise subjected to discrimination with regard to any University program or activity. The Moses Center for Student Accessibility (CSA) determines qualified disability status and assists students in obtaining appropriate accommodations and services. CSA operates according to an “Independent Living Philosophy”, and strives in its policies and practices to empower each student to become as independent as possible. Our services are designed to encourage independence, backed by a strong system of support.
Any student who needs a reasonable accommodation based on a qualified disability is required to register with the CSA for assistance. Please visit here for information.
The Student Health Center
The Student Health Center (212-443-1000) offers an array of services directed at student wellness and prevention, including programs dealing with substance abuse, nutrition and eating concerns, and relationship issues. Medical services for urgent care only are available at the Health Center. Please refer to the guidelines and more information about what constitutes as "urgent care" and how to make an appointment. Medical Service hours can be found here.