Health & Counseling Services
MMA’s public health protocols are subject to change as the COVID-19 situation in Maine continues to evolve. At this time, indoor masking is not required. However, those individuals who are returning from isolation status or have been exposed to a positive case must continue to follow CDC masking guidelines as described below.Due to the higher transmissibility of the Omicron variant, all students, including those who are fully vaccinated, should have a plan for isolating at home or off-campus. Isolation housing on campus is very limited and reserved for those residential students who are are unable to travel home due to distance.
Please note that decisions relating to MMA’s health and safety protocols are dependent on caseloads in the state and are developed in consultation with Maine CDC and our partners at Northern Light Health. Masking requirements are subject to change and may evolve rapidly over time.
Updated CDC Isolation and Quarantine Guidelines
If You Test Positive for COVID-19 (Isolate)
Please complete Positive COVID-19 Test Reporting Form
Everyone, regardless of vaccination status.
- Stay home for 5 days.
- If you have no symptoms or your symptoms are resolving after 5 days, you can leave your house.
- Continue to wear a mask around others for 5 additional days. This means eating by yourself and wearing a mask around your roommate(s).
If you have a fever, continue to stay home until your fever resolves.
If You Were Exposed to Someone with COVID-19
- Regardless of vaccination status, mask for 10 days.
- Test on day 5.
If you develop symptoms get a test and stay home.
Student Health and Counseling Services enhance the educational process by:
- Modifying or removing health-related barriers to learning
- Promoting optimal wellness
- Enabling individuals to make informed decisions about health-related concerns
- Empowering students to be self-directed and well-informed consumers
Health & Counseling Services include:
- Acute care
- Women’s health clinic
- Preventive care
- Smoke & tobacco cessation
- Immunization clinics
- Personal counseling
- Drug testing
- Limited pharmacy
- USCG license physical exams
Before your appointment, please complete these Required Medical Documents.
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday | 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM
If you are seeking medical guidance and would like to make an appointment, please contact Tammy Tyler, RN, ASN, Director of Health Services, at (207) 326-2295.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday | 8 AM to 4 PM
Wednesday | 8 AM to 7 PM
We are offering in person and remote counseling, and walk-in appointments are available.
If you have questions regarding MMA’s Counseling Services or would like to make an appointment, please contact Paul Ferreira, MSW, LCSW, Counselor. You may email email@example.com to request to meet with counselor who identifies as BIPOC.
- There is no fee for students visits to the Health or Counseling Center, whether in person or by remote appointment. There may be fees for supplies and medications that are provided to the students; charges will be placed directly on the student’s billing account.
- Where possible, MMA will assist students with transportation for non-emergent medical care and medical appointments if they are unable to arrange transportation for themselves. There is a charge for this service and it will be placed directly on the student’s billing account. Transportation can be arranged with assistance from Health Services or Student Services, or by reaching out to Campus Safety after normal business hours and on weekends.
- Local ambulance service is available and healthcare providers are located in hospitals in Blue Hill (20 mi.), Ellsworth (30 mi.), and Bangor (40 mi.).
- The college counselor provides professional personal counseling for students and serves as the Substance Abuse Prevention Education Coordinator. These services are free.
- Tammy Tyler, RN, ASN, Director of Health Services, (207) 326-2295 or ext. 2295.
- Houston MacIntyre, PA-C, Physician Assistant.
- Paul Ferreira, MSW, LCSW, Counselor, provides personal, crisis and substance abuse counseling and education. (207) 326-2419 or ext. 2419.
- Students who prefer to meet with a counselor identifying as BIPOC can email firstname.lastname@example.org, or the Dean of Students, Deidra Davis to make this request.
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