Mental Health, Medical Information & Resources

On-Campus Resources

Albion College Counseling Services: Albion College Counseling Services offers a comprehensive range of free services to all currently enrolled Albion College students, regardless of citizenship status. These services include individual and group psychotherapy, substance abuse counseling, educational and psychological testing, and psychiatric consultations.

All services are confidential as covered by state HIPPA laws and our professional code of ethics and conduct. This means the citizenship status of students using counseling services is not reported to anyone outside our office.

Our hours are 8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday. We also have an on-call counselor available after hours and over the weekend. To contact the on-call counselor, contact campus safety and ask to speak with the counselor on-call. Our office is located in the white building across the street from Wesley Hall. For more information, visit the Counseling Services webpage.

Albion Care

In partnership with TimelyMD, Albion College provides 24/7 medical and mental telehealth care to students through Albion Care. This service offers the ability to FaceTime a physician for free, citizenship will not be asked at the time of service. If medication is needed at that time they will send it to the local pharmacy. Albion Care is available to all students 365 days a year from anywhere in the United States, free of charge, with no insurance necessary. The only required ID is logging in with an Albion email address.

To access, go to on any web-enabled device – smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop. Register with your Albion College email address, and log in to begin using services via voice or video call.

Visit Albion Care

Off-Campus Resources

Nearby Health Services for Uninsured Students

Fountain Clinic (Marshall, Michigan)

If Timely MD campus student health services cannot meet a student’s needs, the Fountain Clinic (in Marshall, a neighboring town) offers charitable care for uninsured people ineligible for health insurance. Services are provided by appointment ONLY and there are no emergency services. To access these services please email Melissa Sommers to set up an appointment. Rides to the Fountain Clinic are provided by Campus Safety. Students are not required to disclose their reasons for attending the facility. For more information, see the clinic’s website at

Should you have any questions in regard to health care or medical needs, please contact Melissa Sommers ( who can help navigate you to the correct medical provider.