Student Crisis Counseling
Centennial • C-206
Downtown Studio • DO-S126
Rampart Range • S-207B
Falcon • FN-106
Between classes, work, family, finances and regular life events, college students encounter a great deal of stress over the course of their education. While most students cope successfully with the demands of college life, for some the pressures can at times become overwhelming and unmanageable. At those times, the Student Crisis Counseling Office is here to help. We have licensed counselors who provide confidential crisis intervention and support, and referrals to campus and community resources as well as for ongoing counseling and Mental Health care.
To reach our Crisis Counselors call 719-502-4782. If you or another person experiences a mental health crisis or other emergency outside of normal business hours, call Public Safety at 2911 from campus. If you are off campus go to your nearest Emergency Room or dial 911.
As always, if you are on campus and experience or observe a dangerous situation call Public Safety at 2911.
Online resources are also available at www.ulifeline.org/schools/ppcc, an anonymous, internet-based resource that provides students with non-threatening and supportive links to information and resources, and information regarding stress, pressures of college life, depression or mental illness and more. ULifeline was created by students for students with the support of the JED Foundation and under the supervision of respected mental health professionals (adapted from www.jedfoundation.org retrieved January 2007).
Important Note: By acting as a resource broker for the aforementioned services (i.e. counseling, treatment, re-entry programs and rehabilitation services), the State of Colorado, the State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education (SBCCOE), Pikes Peak Community College and its former and current employees assume no responsibility/liability for the services (or lack thereof) provided by the referred agency or agencies.
Pikes Peak Community College, the State of Colorado, the State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education (SBCCOE), and its former and current employees are not responsible for any content on Ulifeline’s website that is posted outside of PPCC’s dedicated web space.