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.
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Trained navigators connect you with community and campus resources. Free and Confidential. Walk-ins and appointments. Centennial Campus, A141. Call 502-4525 for info and appointment times.
Call The Counseling Center @ (719) 502-4782
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