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Counseling Center





Mental Health Services

Support on Campus

We’re Here To Help…


Family and Children’s Agency, in collaboration with Norwalk Community College, is providing free short-term counseling for NCC students who are experiencing challenges in their lives.


Our highly trained Social Worker is available to help you through times of crisis or transition, and with individual, family, or other issues.  If necessary, we are qualified to connect you with outside services.


All of our counseling sessions are provided in a supportive, caring, and confidential manner.


To make an appointment call: 203-857-6870, or stop in the Counseling Center, East Campus, Room 104, and ask to make an appointment with our Social Worker.


Online Tools:


An online resource for mental health


NCC’s online Mental Health Screening Tool

NCC welcomes you to take an anonymous online screening for eating disorders, alcohol issues, anxiety disorders, and depression. The free screening is made available to all Norwalk Community College students and is taken anonymously. The screening is provided so that you may find out, in just a few minutes, whether or not professional consultation would be helpful to you.


External Support:

Local Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services:

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services-Stamford/Norwalk

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services-Greater Bridgeport Area