Student Mental Health Resources

Student health and wellness are important for academic success. While the Touro Graduate School of Education does not offer on-campus mental health services, the GSE Wellness Coordinator is available to help students find affordable community treatment for personal, emotional, or substance abuse problems so that they may benefit fully from their academic experience.  Consultations are confidential. The Wellness Coordinator may be reached at When contacting the Wellness Coordinator, be sure to use your Touro e-mail address.

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Resources 

In the event of an on-campus mental health emergency, notify Campus Security:

  • From an internal Touro phone:
  • From an outside line or your cell phone:

In the event of an off-campus mental health emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest hospital emergency room.

Information about Mental Health and Substance Abuse Issues 

Helplines/Hotlines (free, confidential, 24/7)

Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Resources 

  • NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault
  • NYC Domestic Violence Hotline:  1-800-621-HOPE (1-800-621-4673)
  • New York State Domestic Violence Hotline:  1-800-942-6906 (English); 1-800-942-6908 (Spanish)
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline:  1-800-799-SAFE

Help Finding Substance Abuse Treatment

Listed below are some not-for-profit clinics and agencies offering low-cost psychotherapy in NYC and on Long Island. In addition, many public and private hospitals offer low-cost outpatient mental health and substance abuse services.

Please be advised that Touro College has no relationship with these providers. This list is offered for informational purposes only and does not imply an endorsement of the providers’ services.  Touro College makes no representations regarding the accuracy or completeness of the content on the providers’ websites.


  • The Jewish Board:  Manhattan locations
    1-844-ONE CALL (1-844-663-2255) for all locations

    • Dr. Eugene D. Glynn Manhattan North Counseling Center
      5030 Broadway
      New York, NY  10034
    • Greenberg Manhattan West Counseling Center (accepts clients up to age 26)
      135 West 50th Street
      New York, NY  10020
    • Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Counseling Center (accepts clients up to age 26)
      135 West 50th Street
      New York, NY  10020


  • The Jewish Board:  Brooklyn locations
    1-844-ONE CALL (1-844-663-2255) for all locations

    • Bay Ridge Counseling Center
      9201 Fourth Avenue
      Brooklyn, NY  11209
    • Boro Park Counseling Center
      1273 53rd Street
      Brooklyn, NY  11219
    • Coney Island Counseling Center
      2928 West 36th Street
      Brooklyn, NY  11224
    • Seymour Askin Counseling Center
      2020 Coney Island Avenue
      Brooklyn, NY  11223


  • The Jewish Board:  Rego Park Counseling Center
    97-77 Queens Boulevard
    Rego Park, NY  11374
    1-844-ONE CALL (1-844-663-2255)


  • The Jewish Board:  Bronx locations
    1-844-ONE CALL (1-844-663-2255) for all locations

    • Grand Concourse Counseling Center
      2498 Grand Concourse
      Bronx, NY  10458
    • The Jewish Board – Harry Blumenfeld Counseling Center
      740 Astor Avenue
      Bronx, NY  10467
    • The Jewish Board – J.W. Beatman Counseling Center
      521 West 239th Street
      Bronx, NY  10463

Staten Island

  • The Jewish Board:  Morris L. Black Counseling Center Satellite Clinic
    1466 Manor Road
    Staten Island, NY  10314
    1-844-ONE CALL (1-844-663-2255)

Long Island:

  • Hofstra University Salzman Community Services Center
    131 Hofstra University
    Hempstead, NY  11549

For more information and additional resources, please contact either your school’s Wellness Coordinator or the Director of Student Mental Health Services for Touro-NY:

Erica Weissman, J.D., Psy.D.
320 West 31st Street, Room 104
New York, NY  10001