Mental Health Support and Resources
In any situation in which an individual is experiencing a mental health emergency that presents an imminent threat to themselves or others, emergency responders should be notified via 9-1-1.
Additional crisis resources
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (24/7): 800-273-8255
- National Crisis Text Line (24/7): 741-741
- BHN Springfield-based Mobile Crisis Intervention (24/7): 413-733-6661
STCC has partnered with the River Valley Counseling Center which provides STCC students with personal counseling from licensed professional therapists. Students wishing to take advantage of the mental health counseling services available through River Valley Counseling Center can contact David Forton, MS, LMHC, at 413-755-4332 or email@example.com to schedule an initial referral session.
Additionally, STCC has partnered with Uwill, the leading mental health and wellness solution for colleges and students, to provide free access to teletherapy. Students have an immediate, secure, and convenient way to receive online-based counseling services should the need arise.
- Choose a therapist based on your preferences including issue, gender, language, and ethnicity.
- Choose a time that fits your schedule with day, night, and weekend availability.
- Choose your appointment type: video, phone, chat, or message.
For more information and to get started with teletherapy, please visit the Uwill website. If you need any assistance when using Uwill, you can reach out directly to Uwill at 833-998-9455 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mental Health Resources for BIPOC Students
Black Mental Health Resources
Latinx Mental Health Resources
Indigenous Mental Health Resources
AAAPI Mental Health Resources
Mental Health Resources for LGBTQ+ Students
- The Trevor Project (Text START to 678678)
- LGBT National Help Center (888-843-4564)
- Trans Lifeline