Counseling Services are available in the College Center Room 202(campus map), by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling 636-922-8536. Our office hours are: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Do you need a little extra help?
We all do from time to time. That’s why SCC has a Student Support Case Manager to meet with students to assess their concerns and wellbeing and develop action plans to empower students to address current and on-going needs.
Case Management Services FAQs
What does a Case Manager do?
The Student Support Case manager may assist you in navigating your college experience through resources, guidance, and customized one-on-on services. This may include:
- advice on handling classes
- referrals to college resources
- help finding and utilizing community supports
- linkage with mental health services
- help managing medical and psychiatric needs
- coaching to develop study skills
You’ll leave your appointment with an action plan that guides you through the next steps you’ll need to take to get to a better place -- but don’t worry! You’re never alone. Help is always just a phone call or email away.
View a list of local and national community resources.
How can I refer an SCC student for assistance?
Oftentimes, faculty, staff, and fellow students at SCC are the first to become aware of a student’s struggles. If a student is in a dangerous or life-threatening situation, call SCC’s Department of Public Safety at 636-922-8545. If a student could use some help -- whether with school, mental health, or any other area -- but is not in an immediate crisis, fill out and submit the Student of Concern Form. All submissions go to the Office of Student Life and are triaged to ensure proper handling of every situation. Someone will be in contact with the student to offer support and services within about 24 business hours.
In need of Immediate/ Crisis Support?
If you, or someone you care about, are in need if immediate support or are discussing suicide, please contact the following:
- SCC’s Department of Public Safety at 636-922-8545
- Behavioral Health Response’s (BHR) 24hr crisis line at 314-469-6644
- Crisis Text Line - Text the word “HOME” to 741741
Meet the Case Manager
Meet Erin! She’s a St. Louis local who received a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Washington University in 2015. After graduating, she spent a few years running fundraising campaigns for local and national nonprofits, and came to SCC in 2020 to return to her passion of helping people one-on-one. She is currently working on her clinical license to be a therapist and spends much of her free time reading, writing, and exploring all this town has to offer -- especially its nationally-ranked food scene!
You can reach Erin at email@example.com.
META is a mobile application designed to connect college students to mental health providers for confidential and real-time chat, audio, and visual counseling. Students are able to receive mental health assistance anytime and anywhere. To access the full range of features, student will need to register utilizing their SCC email address (@my.stchas.edu)
Sanvello is a mobile application designed to assist students with stress, anxiety, and depression. The application utilizes mobile techniques and support to help students relieve symptoms and is facilitated by taking students through guided meditations; personal journaling; engaging with others through the social chat feature; and by lastly, tracking the student’s mood and assessment. To access the full range of features, student will need to register utilizing their SCC email address (@my.stchas.edu)