Struggling With Quarantine or Online Learning? Here are Some Resources

We recognize that this is a time of unbelievable stress and uncertainty. If you are struggling with mental health or with the transition to online learning, check out some of these resources that may be able to help you.

Counseling Center: The SUNY New Paltz Psychological Counseling Center can be reached at 845-257-2920 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. for tele-counseling services. After business hours, students experiencing a mental health crisis should call the University Police at 845-257-2222 for access to the PCC emergency counselor.

New York State has also set up a COVID-19 mental health hotline, staffed with over 6,000 mental health professionals, that you can access to get online or by phone therapy to cope with the stress, anxiety, isolation, etc.  Call the hotline at 1-844-863-9314.

See Ulster County’s entire list of resources at

For a complete list of resources to help with online learning during COVID-19, visit SUNY’s page here:

For free tutoring sessions for SUNY New Paltz students, from  7 p.m. – 12 a.m., Sunday – Thursday until May 7, visit

For a list of FAQs, visit the SUNY New Paltz website at

New York State Coronavirus health hotline:
Call 888-364-3065 for concerns with travel or symptoms.

We hope these resources will help you during this hard time. If you are struggling in any of your classes, reach out to your professors. If you are struggling with mental health, please visit these resources to get the help you need.