Crisis Counseling Services
Brief crisis counseling services are available on each campus by making an appointment or on a walk-in basis. A College counselor serves as a resource for students in crisis. Students who have on-going, long-term or therapeutic needs are referred to community agencies for assistance. The office staff maintains a list of available community providers for professional testing, counseling and alternative support services. Please see the most recent student handbook for more details.
Project Speak stands for “Suicide Prevention Education and Knowledge”. This project is a three-year federal grant sponsored program provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. The goal of the project is to help raise awareness about the tragedy of suicide among college students. The project staff offers gatekeeper trainings and educational seminars at all College locations to help students, faculty and staff recognize the signs and risk factors in order to help prevent suicides.