The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services is partnering with Center for Community Resources, a regional crisis/call center in Butler County, to create and staff a helpline for those struggling with mental health issues through the COVID-19 crisis. The HELPLINE can be accessed 24/7 at 1-855-284-2494.

When you're a student at W&J College, you have access on campus to confidential, high-quality, ethical, and culturally-sensitive outpatient wellness services for your physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing. The Student Health & Counseling Services can help you get well and stay well with walk-in care, counseling appointments, and preventative education. We help you and the entire W&J College community be well by promoting the health and wellness of students, faculty, and staff through collaboration, consulting, and training services.

CONTACT US

New Residence Hall, Ground Level
10 N. College Street, Washington PA

Health and Counseling Services
Phone: (724) 223-6107

Health Services
Fax: (724) 250-3323

Counseling Services
Fax: (724) 223-6524

Emergencies After Hours
Call Campus & Public Safety and ask for the Psychologist on call (724) 223-6032

HOURS

Health Services
Mon. and Fri., 8 am - 4 pm
Tues., Wed., Thurs, 9 am - 5 pm

Counseling Services
Mon.- Fri., 9 am - 5 pm

Urgent Care
Mon.- Fri., 3 pm - 4 pm

Getting the Care You Need

If you need physical health care, walk in during the Center during Health Services hours.

If you need counseling support, you have three options:

Call 724-223-6107 to schedule an appointment

Walk in during the Urgent Care hour from 3 - 4 PM on weekdays

Click SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT to schedule a first appointment online

Our primary focus is to provide access to health assessments and access to medical care for all W&J College students and promote your wellbeing. The Student Health Services Center provides short-term, solution-focused, outpatient care. If you need care beyond the scope of the services our Center typically provides, we will work with you to find medical care and treatment through local community providers qualified to meet your needs and develop treatment plans in collaboration with those providers.

College Medical Requirements

To ensure the health and wellness of the whole community, you must complete a College Medical Form and provide a Physical Evaluation Form from your family physician verifying a recent physical exam and an up-to-date immunization history. Your immunization documentation must include the dates of these three required immunizations:

  • MMR- 2 doses (Measles, Mumps & Rubella)
    With the recent increase in reported Measles cases, your MMR immunization must be current.
  • Hepatitis B series (3)
  • Meningococcal Meningitis

A booster dose is required if you received your initial dose before to age 16. If you were immunized after age 16, only a single dose required.

IF YOU HAVE NOT MET THIS CRITERIA, YOU MUST SIGN THE DECLINATION ON THE ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF MENINGITIS VACCINE INFORMATION FORM.

Forms

To be printed & completed by your family physician

Resources & After-Hours Care

You have access to resources and services on- and off-campus to take care of health and wellbeing.

If you need after-hours or emergency care, these Medical Resources are available in the community:

460 Washington Road
Washington, PA 15301

Open 8:00 am to 8:00 pm

155 Wilson Ave
Washington, PA 15301

Open 24 hours

TRANSPORT

If you need transportation to the Washington Hospital Clinic during the week, you can request an escort through the Department of Campus & Public Safety or use public transportation.

WELLNESS RESOURCES

You can stay fit and enjoy a variety of physical recreation activities with your student access to the on-campus athletic and recreation facilities, including:

Additional Resources