If you are having a difficult time coping and are in need of some support, we can help. Through our academic counselors, campus therapists, online therapists, mental health tools, and community resources we are here for you.
Mental Health Services for SCC Students
Mental Health and Wellness Services
Individual short-term therapy and group therapy as well as training and workshops on a variety of topics. In person and virtual appointments available to all current ARC, CRC, FLC and SCC students.
Therapy for Students of Color and LGBTQIA+ Students
We have readily available therapists for SCC students. Beginning therapy can be a big step toward being the healthiest version of yourself and living the best life possible—no matter what challenges you may be facing. We are here to help you.
TimelyCare: Telehealth for Students
Short-term therapy and 24/7 support for urgent mental health and medical needs through phone and video appointments.
WEAVE Confidential Advocate
The WEAVE Confidential Advocate is available by phone and in person for students or employees who have experienced any form of sexual harassment or violence and want support or information.
Mental Health Emergencies
If you are having a mental health emergency – such as active suicidal thoughts or feelings of wanting to harm yourself or others – then do one of the following:
You can also access one of the following resources:
- Crisis Text Line: Text Courage to 741741 for 24/7 mental health support
- County Crisis Hotline: (916) 732-3637
- Suicide Crisis Line: (916) 368-3111
If You Are On Campus and Need to Talk With Someone Immediately
Go to the SCC Counseling Department in Rodda Hall North.
Call (916) 558-2289 or walk them to Counseling.
If Counseling is closed and the student has the potential to harm themselves, then do any of the following:
- Call the County Crisis Hotline at (916) 732-3637 or TimelyCare with the student.
- Have a friend or family member transport them to an emergency room or Sacramento Mental Health Urgent Care.
- Call campus police at 916 558-2221 (then press 0).
If the student is not in immediate danger and you would like for someone to follow up with them:
24/7 Confidential, Crisis Text Line