Mental Health Services
Laramie County Community College provides a full-service personal counseling center
with direct and indirect services to students.
Our counseling center provides support in helping students and the campus community
balance intellectual, emotional, interpersonal and developmental needs. We provide
preventative, remedial and developmental intervention through counseling, crisis intervention,
workshops, teaching, outreach, consultation and community referrals.
All currently enrolled and attending LCCC students are eligible for FREE counseling
services, if they so desire, regardless of age, ethnicity, gender, handicap, race,
religion, sexual orientation or progress toward academic degree. LCCC is a safe zone
for all students seeking services.
Services are provided through developmental, preventive and remedial modes of intervention.
All services are FREE to currently enrolled and attending students on a short-term
basis. Most problems are resolved within six sessions or less. Students needing extensive,
long-term counseling or a formal diagnosis will be referred to the community's support
agencies. Services include:
- Mental Health Assessment
- Mental Health First Aid Training
- QPR Training for Suicide Prevention
LCCC counselors serve as a CONFIDENTIAL resource for students to receive support if
they have experienced unwelcome sexual contact, harassment, stalking, assault, or
are involved in the Title IX process. Students seeking services will be provided with
campus and community resources.
LCCC counselors work closely with the LCCC Campus Assessment Response and Evaluation
Team (CARE) to provide support to students of concern. For more information about
the CARE Team, you may visit the CARE Team website.