Welcome to the Mental Health and Wellness Center
Mental Health and Remote Learning Support Group
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
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Support during COVID-19
The MH&WC understands how important it is to support LCC students during these challenging times. Visit our MH&WC Supports page for tips on supporting your wellbeing during this time. Visit our Community Supports page and Virtual Supports page for information on additional resources available.
Contact and Location:
Phone Number: 541-463-5920
Fall, Winter Spring Term
Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 4:00 PM
Monday – Thursday, 9:00 am – 4:00 PM
Lane is closed on Fridays during the Summer.
If you have an emergency while the Center is closed, call Campus Public Safety 541-463-5555 or dial 911. The MH&WC does not provide after-hours care.
Introducing the Mental Health and Wellness Center
The goal of the Mental Health and Wellness Center is to provide early intervention assistance to students and offer on-campus services and referrals.
Lane Community College prioritizes addressing students’
mental health concerns. The Mental Health and Wellness Center (MH&WC) provides a wide range of wellness services and resources for LCC students. College students often experience stressors while trying to balance the demands of their personal and academic lives. At the MH&WC we provide mental health clinical services and referrals to currently enrolled students at no cost. The goal of the MH&WC is to provide early intervention assistance to students and offer on-campus services and referrals. The MH&WC provides confidential services including counseling, crisis intervention, campus outreach, support using technology, education, and prevention.
The mission of the Mental Health and Wellness Center (MH&WC) is to provide accessible, quality mental health and wellness care to the students of LCC through education and ongoing support. The MH&WC strives to provide adequate services to assist students and enable them to remain in school. The MH&WC works closely with other departments in the college, and outside agencies to provide well-rounded supports that focus on mental, physical, financial, and other areas of personal health.