The following sites offer information about health information and resources as a research and informational service. Neither Simmons College nor the College's Counseling Center endorses these organizations, their services or the professionals who may be affiliated with them. You should not consider these organizations as "approved" by Simmons College or the Counseling Center.
Obtaining information about a medical problem on-line is no substitute for seeking one-on-one advice from a health care provider who can assess your health history, your current condition, and your on-going needs.
If you are experiencing a health problem, the Counseling Center strongly urges you to come and talk with a member of our staff or the Health Center staff for confidential advice and assistance.
Yahoo! Women's Health Links
A comprehensive list of national and international sites on women's health, specfic health catagories, and practical health information.
Self-Help Psychology Magazine
Written by mental health professionals. Contains practical, highly readable articles for the lay person and reviews of issues in psychology and mental health.
A comprehensive site that provides information on a variety of alternative health practices, therapies, nutrition, fitness, and spirituality.
Student Counseling Virtual Pamphlet Collection
These pamphlets written especially for college students cover topics ranging from alcohol and substance abuse to wellness. A good source of current information about issues relevant to college students.
National Women's Health Information Center
The National Women's Health Information Center features health information of special interest to women: breast cancer, depression, domestic violence, and many more. Try the smart choices section for more information on prevention and self-care, choosing quality care, and on-line health information.
An amusing, easy to use site designed for college students. Practical and useful information is provided on managing your academic and personal life.
A guide to good physical, sexual, and emotional health for college students.
Rape crisis intervention
330 Brookline Ave.
The AA web page lists information about the organization, its goals, and local addresses and telephone numbers to determine sites for meetings. The web page is notable for various self-assessment tools by which you can confidentially evaluate yours or others drinking patterns.
AA can also be reached at (617) 426-9444.
Al Anon can be reached at (781) 843-5300.
The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Helpline and the Peer Listening Line at Fenway Community Health Center are nationwide, toll free lines that provide information, referrals and support. The Peer Line is staffed by GLBT volunteer, under 25 years of age who are trained by the staff of the Fenway Community Health Center.
Monday-Friday 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Peer Listening Line
Monday-Friday 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
GLBT Support and Therapy Groups
One Palace Road
300 The Fenway
Boston, MA 02215
For Counseling Center inquiries, please send your questions/concerns to email@example.com.
During the academic year, the Counseling Center is open during the following hours:
Monday through Friday: 8:30am - 4:30pm