Welcome to the KSC Center for Health & Wellness Resource Page!
Here you will find informational websites for the most commonly reported health issues at our office, contact information for campus and local resources, and apps that you might find helpful. These resources are designed to support self-help, promote wellness, and serve as tools to assist you and your well-being. Please note that these resources are not a substitute for direct medical or mental health services. Please call us if you have questions 603-258-2450.
Here are some trusted sites for general health questions you may have.
Part of becoming an adult is learning to plan ahead. We are here to help you manage your contraceptive needs. We also know that sometimes things happen…pills get forgotten, condoms break… Check out these resources and come to us for all of your contraceptive and emergency contraceptive needs.
Let’s face it, we all have problems, right? Sometimes, everyone could use a hand. Together with the Counseling Center, we provide evaluation and management of many mental health issues, including anxiety and depression.
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Condom broke? Have an itch? Have a new sexual partner? Time for your regular exam and screening? Learn more about STIs and give us a call to get tested.
Already healthy? Great! Let’s keep it that way! Check out these sites for more info and tools to help you continue to make healthy choices. Contact us if you want to meet with our Wellness Coach to help you setting new goals and create an action plan.
Upper Respiratory Infection:
Cold or flu? There’s a big difference. Learn about symptoms and remedies. Give us a call if you have any questions.
Urinary Tract Infection
Urinary frequency? Does it burn when you pee? UTIs are a common women’s health, but can occur to men too. Check out this resource and give us a call.
On Campus Resources
Students can meet with career counselors in this department for support in choosing classes, resume writing, and career assistance.
Students can request tutors for help in their classes as well as get help with time-management skills and other skills that would help promote academic success.
This department provides 24-hour service to KSC students to maintain safety on campus.
Students can receive help for any medical concerns at this department, including psychiatric medication evaluations.
This office is comprised of mental health clinicians who support the emotional, personal, social, and developmental needs of KSC students.
Students can meet with the Dean to explore options regarding withdrawing or dropping classes as well as all academic options regarding leave of absences and challenges in classes.
This department supports services to students who have documented learning, physical, emotional disabilities and advocate for necessary accommodations and accessibility to all programs/activities.
This office works to enhance the academic and personal success of all students by providing support, mentoring, advocacy, outreach, and diversity and multicultural-related programming and events. In addition, the OMSS collaborates with other campus departments to offer support and programming specific to underrepresented students, such as racial minorities, LGBT, low-income, international, non-traditional, veterans, students with disabilities, and others.
This office supports students’ residential experiences that integrate, collaboratively, with academics, social learning, and mental health/wellness.
This staff member is responsible for coordinating the College’s response to incidents of sexual assault, gender-based harassment, and dating or domestic violence to ensure compliance with federal law and state statutes, while helping to ensure fair, equitable, and prompt grievance procedures.
This office helps veterans navigate the academic and social support paperwork and programs that help you get the most from your educational experience.
Off Campus Resources (Keene Area)
This is a 24/7 Crisis intervention and peer counseling in person or over the phone. Self help groups.
888-511-MCVP (Toll Free)
This organization provides community mental health services.
This office provides many sexual and reproductive health services to clients.
This organization provides suicide prevention information and support to suicide survivors and those considering suicide.
866-457-2910 (Toll Free in NH)
Walk-in/Urgent Care Medical Services:
149 Emerald Street
351 Winchester Street
448 West Street
580-590 Court Street