Life gets complicated and stressful for everyone at times, but it doesn't have to disrupt your academic performance. Our licensed professional counselors are available Monday through Friday to provide support and brief, solution-focused counseling so you can continue to reach your academic goals.
All sessions are private, confidential and free of charge. Any currently enrolled student can use these services.
Make an appointment
To make an appointment, please call us at 734-677-5223. We are providing tele-mental health services, with very limited in-person services. When you begin the counseling process, you will be asked to fill out these documents to get started:
Your counseling will focus on solutions and take place over 4-8 sessions. Learn more about our scope of practice.
After-Hours Emergency Resources
833-WCC 4 YOU(833-922-4968)
(toll free and available 24/7)
Crisis Hotlines (24/7)
U-M 24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 734-996-4747
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Ozone House 24-hour support and resources for youth, and those who care about youth: 734-662-2222
Domestic Violence Hotline
Safe House Crisis Hotline: 734-995-5444
The Washtenaw County Community Mental Health Crisis Team:
Veterans Crisis Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 and press 1
Crisis Text Line
Text HOME to 741741
Serves anyone, in any type of crisis.
A live, trained crisis counselor will respond quickly.
Therapy on the go: 24/7 assistance from anywhere
Visit the Personal Counseling webpage or click the Personal Counseling tab on Blackboard under student resources. 24/7 mental health support is available to students by calling 833-WCC 4 YOU (833-922-4968).
Any currently enrolled WCC student can use this mental health service.
A free online platform that provides you with tools and resources to help you deal with stress, anxiety and depression. Download the WellTrack app and register with your wccnet.edu email address.
Additional mental health resources
- Find ways to take control of your emotional health
- Check your emotional health using an anonymous screening tool
- Learn how to help a friend because you’re worried about him or her; and
- Get connected to get help for yourself or a friend.
Hear personal stories from artists and students from across the country, who share their personal stories of dealing with everyday stresses and emotional issues like depression:
Get information on stress, depression, anxiety, and more on ULifeline , a online behavioral support system created by the Jed Foundation.
Community mental health resources
Find more support on our Community Resources page, including the:
- National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Helpline
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
- Project Outreach (PORT)
- Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS)
- National Military Survivor Helpline