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Counseling Center

Cultivating a resilient and compassionate community.

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Hours of Operation: 

Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm while classes are in session

The Counseling Center will be closed from June 1, 2019 through July 31, 2019 and will re-open on August 1, 2019.

The Counseling Center voice-mail will be monitored throughout the summer months. Individuals in need of more immediate assistance may contact any of the following offices as appropriate. 

For questions related to the Counseling Center, you may contact Enrollment and Student Services at 716-673-3271. For psychiatric and medication concerns, contact Jamestown Psychiatric at 716-526-4041. 

The Chautauqua County Crisis Hotline (1-800-724-0461) is available 24/7/365 for mental health emergencies in Chautauqua county. Nationally, the Suicide Prevention lifeline is available at 1-800-273-8255 or see for a chat option. In the event of an emergency that requires assistance from the police, contact University Police at 716-673-3333 (for on-campus emergencies) or 911 (off-campus). For additional supportive resources see our Crisis Intervention page. 

To find a mental health provider in your area, consider the following resources:

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Feeling Stuck?  Maybe Counseling Can Help:

The college years are a unique time in an individual's life that can be filled with excitement and uncertainty, possibility and confusion, new freedoms and new fears. Brief, episodic counseling interventions can help you harness your energy for change and stay committed to what is truly important to you. 

If you have taken the time to visit this site and to read this passage, there is a good chance that you or someone you care about may benefit from speaking to a counselor. Fredonia's Counseling Center offers free, confidential, private and individualized services by licensed mental health professionals to all registered students. Contact us today.

In support of Fredonia’s strategic plan and institutional learning goals, the Counseling Center promotes student’s mental health, wellness, growth and development.  [Expanded Mission Statement]

Everyone at Fredonia has access to a free online free tool to help manage stress. Through a grant obtained through Chautauqua Tapestry, students have access to myStrength--a free online tool that teaches skills to reduce stress, improve mood, and overcome other challenges.

To access these free tools and resources, visit click “Sign Up,” and enter the access code FredoniaBlueDevil for unlimited access to personalized help, including tracking your mood, managing depressive and anxious thoughts, and to access and share inspirations.