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Mental Health Assistance
After-hours and need immediate assistance? Call the crisis Behavioral Health Response line at 314-469-6644 or 1-800-811-4760.
SCC provides a Student Support Case Manager to meet with students to assess concern and well-being and develop action plans to empower students to address current and on-going needs. The Student Support Case Manager is dedicated to student success and works with students to navigate barriers.
The Student Support Case Manager can assist with:
- Assistance navigating campus and community resources
- Referrals to campus and other resources
- Coordination and follow-up during and after hospitalization and/or medical leaves of absence
- Crisis management
- Help managing complex medical needs
- Exploration of and referral for mental health concerns
- Navigating barriers
The Student Support Case Manager offers to:
- Assess concern and well-being
- Arrange for care
- Provide educational programming to assist in the students overall well-being and development
- Help manage complex medical or psychiatric needs
- Assist with psychiatric/medical withdrawal
- CARE Team Referrals/Coordination
- Strengthen support systems and self-advocacy skills
- Provide support, monitoring, and follow up services
- Resource and consultation for faculty, staff, and students
- Assist with managing with academic and personal responsibilities
- Identify needs, resources, and support systems
The Student Support Case Manager works with other campus departments and offices, as well as community agencies to facilitate communication. The Student Support Case Manager can help students increase advocacy skills by working alongside SCC students to create action plans to help all students succeed.
When to Refer:
- Shift in mood
- Mental health concerns
- Disruptive behavior or disturbing conduct
- Disorganized speech/nonsensical conversation
- Emotional/physical outbursts
- Changes in personal hygiene or appearance
- Communication that is concerning
- Relationship issues
- Loss of family member or friend
Students may be referred to the Student Support Case Manager by faculty, staff, family, or other students. Students can also self-refer to the Student Support Case Manager. The ultimate goal is to prevent difficulties that are more serious and help students attain success.
If you would like additional information or would like to consult about a student or situation, please stop by the Office of Student Life (ADM 1123) or by calling 636-922-8653 or 636-922-8536.
Suicide Prevention-Resources and Support
SCC wants to make sure that all students have access to information about resources for support surrounding suicide prevention. If you, or someone you care about, are discussing suicide, please contact SCC Campus Police immediately at 636-922-8545.
View a list of local and national resources.