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Social Concerns

Family Member Illness

On-Campus Resources

Mental Health Services (MHS), Eickhoff Hall Room 107
Mental Health Services (MHS) provides group counseling, workshops, brief individual counseling and referral services to TCNJ students. Services are confidential; no record of counseling appears on the student’s permanent academic record. MHS often runs a grief group, please check out their website for a list of current groups. During the initial consultation with the student, the student and the therapist will create a plan best suited to meet the students’ needs.

Community Counseling Collaborative – Forcina Hall, Suite 413-415
The Community Counseling Collaborative (CCC) is a new Health and Wellness initiative at TCNJ to bring licensed mental health providers on campus to provide low-cost, longer-term mental health care to our students. Offices are located on the 4th floor of Forcina Hall, Suite 413-415. Access to services at the CCC can be coordinated through MHS and the Dean of Students Office – but clinicians can also be contacted directly for appointment availability (see website).

Center for Integrative Wellness (CIW), Forcina Hall, Room 124
The Center for Integrative Wellness (CIW) is a newly-restructured training clinic and holistic health center that provides low-cost and longer-term mental health services to TCNJ’s students, faculty, staff and community members. The training program draws upon graduate students from the Schools of Education, Nursing, Health and Exercise Science, and the Department of Public Health.

Off-Campus Resources

MHS Database
MHS maintains a referral database with local and regional community providers who have been vetted by MHS. Included on this referral database are individual mental health providers, Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP), Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP), and drug and alcohol rehab facilities. Click here for access.

Family / Home Concerns

On-Campus Resources

Mental Health Services (MHS), Eickhoff Hall Room 107
Mental Health Services (MHS) provides group counseling, workshops, brief individual counseling and referral services to TCNJ students. Services are confidential; no record of counseling appears on the student’s permanent academic record. MHS often runs a grief group, please check out their website for a list of current groups. During the initial consultation with the student, the student and the therapist will create a plan best suited to meet the students’ needs.

Community Counseling Collaborative – Forcina Hall, Suite 413-415
The Community Counseling Collaborative (CCC) is a new Health and Wellness initiative at TCNJ to bring licensed mental health providers on campus to provide low-cost, longer-term mental health care to our students. Offices are located on the 4th floor of Forcina Hall, Suite 413-415. Access to services at the CCC can be coordinated through MHS and the Dean of Students Office – but clinicians can also be contacted directly for appointment availability (see website).

Center for Integrative Wellness (CIW), Forcina Hall, Room 124
The Center for Integrative Wellness (CIW) is a newly-restructured training clinic and holistic health center that provides low-cost and longer-term mental health services to TCNJ’s students, faculty, staff and community members. The training program draws upon graduate students from the Schools of Education, Nursing, Health and Exercise Science, and the Department of Public Health.

Off-Campus Resources

MHS Database
MHS maintains a referral database with local and regional community providers who have been vetted by MHS. Included on this referral database are individual mental health providers, Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP), Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP), and drug and alcohol rehab facilities. Click here for access.

Grief / Bereavement

On-Campus Resources

Mental Health Services (MHS), Eickhoff Hall Room 107
Mental Health Services (MHS) provides group counseling, workshops, brief individual counseling and referral services to TCNJ students. Services are confidential; no record of counseling appears on the student’s permanent academic record. MHS often runs a grief group, please check out their website for a list of current groups. During the initial consultation with the student, the student and the therapist will create a plan best suited to meet the students’ needs.

Community Counseling Collaborative – Forcina Hall, Suite 413-415
The Community Counseling Collaborative (CCC) is a new Health and Wellness initiative at TCNJ to bring licensed mental health providers on campus to provide low-cost, longer-term mental health care to our students. Offices are located on the 4th floor of Forcina Hall, Suite 413-415. Access to services at the CCC can be coordinated through MHS and the Dean of Students Office – but clinicians can also be contacted directly for appointment availability (see website).

Center for Integrative Wellness (CIW), Forcina Hall, Room 124
The Center for Integrative Wellness (CIW) is a newly-restructured training clinic and holistic health center that provides low-cost and longer-term mental health services to TCNJ’s students, faculty, staff and community members. The training program draws upon graduate students from the Schools of Education, Nursing, Health and Exercise Science, and the Department of Public Health.

Off-Campus Resources

MHS Database
MHS maintains a referral database with local and regional community providers who have been vetted by MHS. Included on this referral database are individual mental health providers, Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP), Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP), and drug and alcohol rehab facilities. Click here for access.

TCNJ Cares

TCNJ Cares staff can assist students in locating off-campus counseling and grief/bereavement groups. To access this service, please submit a CARE referral.

Actively Moving Forward [Webpage]

Actively Moving Forward (AMF) is a non-profit whose mission is to help support, empower, and connect grieving young adults from coast-to-coast.

Tips for Grieving College Students [Webpage]

Coping with Grief and Loss as a College Student [Webpage]

Social Interaction Concerns

Student Organizations

Student Involvement

The Office of Student Involvement houses all student organizations, fraternities & sororities, and large scale campus programs.

Student Athletics

TCNJ Athletics

Residential / Roommate Concerns

Student Conduct & Off-Campus Services

They have a great webpage regarding roommate resources. Check it out here!

For Spring 2021 all CARE services are being provided remotely. CARE referrals continue to be processed and student meetings are being held online. Please email care@tcnj.edu or your case manager directly for additional assistance.
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