- Bulldog Mental Wellness Center
Bulldog Mental Wellness Center (BMWC)
"Where healing happens by supporting and empowering students."
While attending college, students encounter a myriad of transitions in their lives.
Issues that arise may include the following: independent living, college life issues,
independent study, forming new relationships, identity crises, depression or anxiety,
and/or time management difficulties. Often, professional assistance can help in easing
the transition into college life.
Navarro College employs Licensed Professional Counselors that serve all campuses with in-person and virtual sessions. All services are free and confidential; off-campus mental health referrals may be necessary.
Meet Our Staff
Meet Teddy, Navarro College Therapy Dog!
Sometimes you require a much-needed break from the daily stresses and demands of school. Come spend some time with our therapy dog, Teddy. He is a Goldendoodle and has been trained to be our first official BMWC Therapy Dog team member. His owner and handler is Kezia Drake, LPC.
Mental Health & Medication Referrals
Drug & Alcohol Education and Referrals as Needed
If you have an immediate crisis on or off campus, you can call 911; dorm residents should dial 9-911, or for campus security, you may dial (903) 875-7500.
We are located on the Corsicana Campus next to the Gibson Hall Student Center.
These resources may help you become more aware of your emotional health or may provide skills and tools to improve your emotional health.