The ECU PASS Clinic does not bill insurance at this time as most plans will not reimburse for services provided by trainees. We offer affordable individual services on a sliding scale and payment plans for our group services. If you find that your insurance will cover our services, we will assist you in filling out the necessary forms.
There is no charge for the initial consultation visit to see if we can be of assistance. If our services are appropriate, the clinician will work with you to set a workable fee during the first session. If the clinic does not provide the services you need, we will provide you with referral information.
Yes, our clinic does not offer walk-in service.
Prospective patients/ clients call the clinic to request services and are assigned to a graduate student clinician. An initial interview is typically scheduled within one week of the initial call. This interview allows clinicians to better assess each patient or client's individual needs. Supervisors will review each case to determine if the clinic is the appropriate agency to effectively help. There may be a waiting list for specific services.
Comprehensive psychological services are available to ECU Faculty, Staff and community members in the Greenville area on a confidential basis.
Thank you for your interest in our services. We do provide psycho-educational evaluations for students working with the ECU Disabilities Office. In regard to counseling, you are eligible for professional counseling services though the ECU Center for Counseling and Development (328-6661) which is supported by student fees. You are advised to first consider their services as the Counseling Center’s mission is to serve the needs of students. Please visit their website at "http://www.ecu.edu/counselingcenter"
The clinic office will provide community patients/clients with a parking permit. All campus parking spaces require a permit. Clinic parking permits are not valid in reserved spaces or handicapped spaces.
No, but we will work with your physician or refer you to a medical provider if you are interested in an evaluation for medications as well as therapy.
No, if you are currently experiencing a crisis, we encourage you to contact the appropriate community resource listed below.
911 (or 252-328-6150 on cell phone)
Vidant Medical Center Emergency Room: 252-847-0279
Real Crisis Center: 252-758-HELP
Mobile Crisis Team: 1-866-437-1821
NC Suicide and Crisis Hotlines
Look at our Making/Canceling Appointments category under Services on our webpage, or call the clinic office at (252) 737-4180.
Appointments and information: (252) 737-4180. Fax: (252) 737-4166
If you would like us to contact you please e-mail us at
email@example.com with your phone number and the best times to reach you. Please call the clinic directly for scheduling and additional information.
Follow this link to make donations to the Charlie and Lucille Mitchell Fund for Access to Mental Health.