If you or someone you know is in danger of harming themselves or someone else, IMMEDIATELY call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room. If you are on a PPCC campus, call Campus Police at 502-2900.
Direct Mental Health Counseling Services
Brief Intervention Strategies that help students navigate through personal and/or educational circumstances that have the potential to interfere with their academic success. Appointment can be made by calling 719-502-4782.
Tragedy, trauma, assault, and students showing signs of mental illness or thoughts of suicide.
For students needing a job, a place to live, money for an emergency, names of therapists who provide long-term therapy, and many other services.
Faculty and Staff inquiring about a student that is in a difficult situation; displays odd behaviors / comments /writings; or “something just doesn’t seem right;” as well as some possible do’s and don’ts of how best to communicate with a stressed student.
Mental Health First Aid; Domestic Violence "In Her Shoes"; Suicide Prevention; how to successfully work with students with traumatic brain injury and/or post-traumatic stress symptoms; emergency management topics (such as prevention & risk management); and many other mental health related topics.
Psycho-educational workshops/presentations that deal with problems such as stress management, building social skills, identifying depression, test anxiety etc… Presentations can be presented in the classroom.
211 Pikes Peak United Way
Trained navigators connect you with community and campus resources. Free and Confidential. Walk-ins and appointments. Centennial Campus, Learning Commons A303. Call 502-4525 for info and appointment times.
Call The Counseling Center @ (719) 502-4782
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