Resources | Counseling Center | Springfield College

Resources | Counseling Center

You are not alone. Below you will find resources to connect you to the community around you. 

On Campus

Academic Success Center
Find a tutor and gain study skills. 

Career Center
Get help with job searches, work on resume building, and gain career tips. 

Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Discover an inclusive and welcoming space for all. 

Office of Spiritual Life
Find support and resources for all spiritual and religious beliefs. 

Office of Student Activities
Discover what clubs and organizations are on campus and explore your interests. 

Center for Service and Leadership
Connect with others who are passionate about service and learn about your community. 

Residence Life
Your resources for questions regarding housing and your living situation. 

Wellness and Recreation Complex
Supporting your physical health helps reduce stress and maintain a positive mental health. 


In the Nearby Community

Behavioral Health Network (BHN)
Outpatient services include therapy, groups, medication management, day treatment, partial hospitalization programs, respite, and crisis services. BHN provides a 24/7 crisis hotline for anyone needing additional support (413-733-6661). 

Center for Human Development (CHD)
With several locations, including an outpatient clinic in Springfield, CHD offers outpatient therapy, medication management, and group treatment. CHD accepts privates insurance and MassHealth. 


In the Greater Community 

Crisis Text Line
This text service offers support whenever you need it. Simply text "hello" to 741-741 to begin. 

The Trevor Project
Online support for the LGBTQ community

Lifeline Crisis Chat
Chat online with a crisis worker via your computer. 

Mental Health America
Find online support groups as well as in-person support groups near you. 

National Suicide Prevention Hotline
This 24/7 resource gives you access to caring individuals to talk to when you need them most, night or day. Call 1-800-273-8255. 

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
Search through a plethora of services and resources. 

On Your Phone 

Transform your worry into balanced and helpful thoughts with this free app

Use this app for guided diaphragmatic breathing exercises. 

Reduce anxiety, sleep better, and feel happier. 

Operation Reach Out
This app will provide support for suicidal thoughts. 

Monitor your anxious thoughts, track behavior, and gain access to an online support community. 

Smiling Mind
Discover grounding exercises such a meditation. 

Circle of 6
Access support and help prevent sexual violence

We invite you to let us know about other apps or resources that have helped you or your friends. Please email us at


For Parents

Set to Go
Helping your teen become emotionally ready for college.