Supporting you mentally and physically

Don't be afraid to ask for help!

Throughout life we all face challenges that can have a negative impact physically and/or mentally. Simply juggling the demands of work, school, relationships and everyday life can wear us down. During these tough times we have academic counselors to support your well-being and success. Located in the Student Success Center, they can guide you to on-campus and local community counseling services.


MindWise Mental Health Screening

MindWise Mental Health Screening is an interactive, quick and anonymous online health screening tool. Find an overview of signs and symptoms of treatable disorders and resources for local treatment options. Screenings are available for current wellbeing for yourself or a loved one.

This assessment:

  • Screens for anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, posttraumatic stress, disordered eating, psychosis, alcohol and substance use, opioid misuse, gambling, and wellbeing
  • Gives an overview of the signs and symptoms of treatable behavioral health disorders
  • Provides information and resources for quality, local treatment options

Take the online assessment

Student Support and Referral Team

The Student Support and Referral Team (SSRT) in the Student Success Center at Central and West.

  • Free, confidential service referring students and faculty to healthcare professionals and other community resources
  • Can confidentially email SSRT at studentreferral@mc3.edu
  • As part of our free Wellness Walk-In Program, students are encouraged to stop in and speak with a counselor about health and wellness concerns – no appointment needed.
    • Central Campus Student Success Center: Tuesdays from 1-3 p.m. and Wednesdays from 9-11 a.m.
    • West Campus Student Success Center: Mondays and Thursdays from 1:30-3:30 p.m.

Student Support Group

During the academic year, join trained psychology students, a professional counselor and your peers in a safe space to discuss how to cope with everything from stress to depression.

The group meets at Central Campus in Blue Bell on Mondays from 12:20-1:20 p.m. in Parkhouse Hall, room 102. This series is sponsored by Student Affairs.

If you're having an emergency or crisis situation, dial 9-1-1 for immediate assistance.

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Emergency Numbers

Public Safety

Central Campus in Blue Bell
215-641-6666

West Campus in Pottstown
610-718-1913


Local Police
Whitpain Township
610-279-9033

Pottstown Borough
610-970-6572


Local Hospitals

Mercy Suburban Hospital Emergency
610-970-6572

Einstein Medical Center Montgomery
484-622-1000

Pottstown Memorial Medical Center
610-327-7000

Off-Campus Resources

Local Support

Support Groups

National Support