Enough Is Enough

Counseling & Support Resources

Bank Street College has identified a few providers to whom we refer students requiring immediate mental health support. Students should be in contact with their director or department chair for a referral. We will pay for the first session with one of these referrals.

Students may also avail themselves of a diverse array of mental health resources available within the New York City metropolitan area. Below we provide a selection of resources for counseling and mental health services for a range of life challenges, including domestic violence, substance abuse concerns, etc. Please note that Bank Street College does not endorse any particular service or practitioner.

Mental Health Services

New York Counseling & Guidance
160 West End Avenue, Suite 1N
New York, NY

The Ackerman Institute for the Family
936 Broadway, New York, NY 10010

Brooklyn Center for Psychotherapy
300 Flatbush Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Long Island Consultation Center
97-29 64th Road
Rego Park, NY

Institute for Family Health
2590 Frisby Avenue
Bronx, NY 10461

Staten Island
American Institute for Creative Living
2295 Victory Blvd.
Staten Island, NY 10314

Specialized Services

Eating Disorder Treatment
Eating Disorder Resource Center
24 East 12th Street
New York, NY 10003

Substance Abuse Treatment
322 8th Avenue, 12th Floor
New York, NY 10001
Additional substance abuse treatment centers

Institute for Human Identity
160 West 24th Street
New York, NY 10023

Grief and Bereavement
New York Weill Cornell Medical College
445 East 69th Street
New York, NY
212 746-5454

Domestic Violence Counseling and Shelter
Safe Horizons

Center Against Domestic Violence
25 Chapel Street, Suite 904
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Kingsbridge Heights Community Center’s Enough is Enough (EIE) Program works with colleges across the city to support students who have experienced sexual or domestic violence. As a confidential and free resource, the EIE Coordinator can provide short-term crisis counseling, long-term therapy, and medical and legal advocacy. For questions or to setup an appointment, please contact Nicole Maiorano at nmaiorano@khcc-nyc.org or 718-884-0700 ext. 199.

The SUNY Sexual Assault & Violence Response (SUNY SAVR) Resources website provides you with information you can use to seek resources and support, and to report the crime to law enforcement. You don’t have to be a SUNY student to use the site. Just enter your zip code and a map will display with the nearest resources. The listing includes Police/Public Safety, Hospitals, Legal resources, resources for Immigrants, and LGBTQI+ resources.