Welcome to Garrett College!

For the most up-to-date information on Garrett College’s Fall 2020 Return to Campus Plan, visit https://www.garrettcollege.edu/fall-2020.

Garrett College McHenry campus offices will be open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Offices will be closed for service from 12- 1 p.m. for lunch. Visitors are strongly encouraged to schedule appointments (either virtual or in-person). When on campus, all visitors must follow the College’s health-and-safety measures. Please note the outreach centers (NOC, SOC, CTTC) will have variable hours - please call ahead prior to visiting these locations.

The most up-to-date information on Garrett College's response to COVID-19, can be found online at novel coronavirus/COVID-19 resource page.

Note: the Daily Health Self-Assessment form is located here.

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Physical and Mental Health Services

On-campus Services

GRMC Health Clinic

Garrett College has teamed up with Garrett Regional Medical Center (GRMC) to provide on-campus health services for our students. The clinic is located in room 928 at the CARC and is open Mondays from 10am until 4pm (days/times subject to change). Walk-ins and appointments are available for the following services:

The phone number for the clinic is 301-387-3742 (please note that this number is not monitored 24/7; please do not call this number for medical emergencies).

The Dove Center

The Dove Center provides safety, advocacy, and counseling to individuals whose lives have been shattered by domestic violence and/or sexual assault, and strives to expand public awareness of those issues. A representative is available on campus Thursdays in room 690 in the Learning Center to provide counseling and awareness programming. As a member of the College’s Go4Health group, the Dove Center regularly participates in meetings with College officials to student needs regarding health and safety, and provides education and programming throughout the year.

The Dove Center can be contacted by calling: 301-616-4455 or 1-800-656-4673 www.gcdovecenter.org

Counselor on Campus

Karl Glocker is a licensed professional counselor who can assist any student who is in crisis, offer therapeutic problem-solving, make referrals for personal counseling, and provide educational/outreach programs. In addition to his other qualifications, Karl is certified in Mental Health First Aid.

Karl can be reached via email: karl.glocker@garrettcollege.edu

His office is in Room 635 and he is available on Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.


Off-campus Community Partner Services:

Mountain Laurel Medical Center Services

Mountain Laurel Medical Center is accepting new patients and is available for routine healthcare needs for students requiring medical care but unable to access their Primary Care Provider while living in Garrett County. They are also available to any local students needing a Primary Care Provider or for any student experiencing a new medical problem. For students unable to reach their locations in Grantsville and Oakland, they are offering telemedicine visits.

As a member of the College’s Go4Health group, Mountain Laurel Medical Center regularly participates in meetings with College officials to student needs regarding health and safety, and provides education and programming throughout the year.

Call 301-533-3300 or visit www.mtnlaurel.org

  1. Flyer about services
  2. Patient Registration Form
  3. Privacy Policy Agreement Form
  4. HIPAA
  5. Records Release

Garrett County Health Department

The Garrett County Health Department provides a wide variety of services to the Garrett County community, such as behavioral and mental health, medical, and family planning. As a member of the College’s Go4Health group, the Garrett County Health Department regularly participates in meetings with College officials to student needs regarding health and safety, and provides education and programming throughout the year.

Counseling- 301-334-7680
Drug Abuse- 301-334-7670
Family Planning- 301-334-7770
www.garretthealth.org


Additional Counseling Resources

Life Matters Assessment and Counseling Center

240-488-4131

Private Counseling by Melissa Carrico

240-321-2487

Potomac Behavioral and Occupational Therapy

240-362-7444

Students in Crisis Hotline

800-422-0009

Reminder – it is important to know and understand your insurance benefits and coverage prior to making any appointments.