Students often don’t get the mental health services they need because they don’t know where to start. You can start right here on campus.
In an effort to help students identify and address their own barriers to success, the Student Resource Center employs a licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC).
Consultations with the counselor are confidential and available to students free of charge. The purpose of these services is not to address students’ long-term counseling needs, but rather to try to help those students in crisis situations by educating them on appropriate options and available college and community resources, while providing personal support and advocacy.
Conditions such as depression, anxiety and substance abuse can keep students from focusing successfully on their academic goals. Finding solutions to these types of problems is very important. To receive assistance contact Mike Stuckey at 740-386-4171.
MACC (Marion Area Counseling Center)
Center Street Community Health Center
Primarily students refer themselves by visiting the Office of Mental Health Services. On some occasions students may be encouraged to consult the counselor by their instructor(s) or college advisor(s).
Our Student Resource Center works with several local agencies and can refer students who are in need of additional assistance.
Persons making use of on campus services must be students currently enrolled in credit classes.
In 2015, 1100 College students died from suicide. Suicide was the second leading cause of death for children and young adults, from ages 10-35.
Do you or someone you know need help?
Are you or someone you know considering suicide? Contact the services below.
Care-Line and Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Veterans? Help is available, just for you.
You can also call 1-800-273-8255 Press 1
Veterans Confidential Chat
Transitioning from Service
Advice and Resources for Transitioning to Higher Education
Signs and Resources to Address Social Withdrawal
If you are on campus and need immediate help, the Student Resource Center (Bryson Hall 183) has a licensed professional clinical counselor on staff. We want you to know there is hope with help. All students, staff, and faculty matter to MTC. We are here to help you find help and hope.
Income based mental health services are provided in Marion County. You can learn more about these services by contacting:
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