Student Counseling Services is currently working remotely!
Please see information below about our availability:
As you may know, recommendations regarding response to COVID-19 are rapidly changing. Under current guidelines, Student Counseling Services will be temporarily unavailable to meet with students face-to-face for counseling. While the University is on spring break, Student Counseling Staff will be working remotely. We will update you as information unfolds about our availability.
Currently, you may still reach us by calling our main number at (773) 442-4650. We will be responding to voicemails Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For urgent phone calls, you can reach a counselor for emergency intervention by pressing "2" per the outgoing message. If you need to contact us by email, please email email@example.com.
For mental health emergencies, the nearest emergency room to the Main Campus and El Centro is Swedish Covenant Hospital at the corner of Foster and California avenues, 2739 W. Foster Avenue; (773) 878-8200. For those living near CCICS, the closest emergency room is Mercy Hospital, 2525 S. Michigan Avenue; (312) 567-2000.
For additional resources, we have a Main Campus brochure listing resources on the north side, a CCICS brochure listing resources on the south side, and a list of other resources for some additional social services in the Albany Park neighborhood.
Thank you for your patience during this challenging time!
Mental Health and Wellness Services for Students
Reaching your academic goals can be difficult if you are suffering from emotional distress, relationship difficulties and other concerns. Counseling and therapy can enable you to understand and deal with those issues. It can free you to make clearer and healthier decisions.
The mission of Student Counseling Services is to provide high-quality, inclusive, and responsive counseling services. We promote student success and wellness through culturally-sensitive direct service, education, advocacy, and outreach to the NEIU community. Our services help students succeed academically, contribute positively to their communities, and live meaningful lives. Our vision: A healthy and supportive University community.
You can use counseling to explore personal problems in your life such as:
- suicidal thoughts
- sexual assault and abuse
- grief and loss
- relationship concerns
- and many other difficulties that may cause stress and disrupt your life.
Explore the information on this site to learn more about:
- how counseling might help you
- how to refer someone else to a counselor
- how to find help off campus
Use the links on the left for other services offered on campus.
Counseling services are available to currently registered NEIU students. We provide short-term treatment and the number of individual or couples therapy sessions are determined in collaboration with the therapist. Group counseling services are available to Northeastern students without session limits. Discuss details of this policy with your counselor.