The Mental Health Clinic at WCCC seeks to provide specialized, high-quality, and accessible mental health care at no cost. At a patient’s first appointment, our students and the attending physician will be responsible for an initial evaluation and diagnosis and making appropriate recommendations for future care. Future care may include medication management within the Weill Cornell Community Clinic (either continuing at the WCCC Mental Health clinic specifically or transferring to the WCCC Medicine clinic for primary care) or outside referral to low-cost psychotherapy programs.
Our clinic meets bi-weekly (the first and third Mondays of each month) from 5-8pm.
As with the Medicine and Women’s Health Clinics, to be eligible for the Mental Health Clinic services, patients must meet the following criteria:
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Attending Physician Supervisor
Mental Health Co-Directors: These students manage all aspects of the clinic including logistics, organization, and oversight of all patient care.
Mental Health Resources Coordinator: This student works with patients to find affordable sources of psychotherapy since the Mental Health Clinic is currently not able to provide these services. This student will also follow up with patients over the phone about these referrals.