Welcome to the Mental Health and Wellness Center
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.
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Coping with Election Stress
View the following supports for suggestions on coping with election stress:
- Live Zoom support group sessions with mental health counselors will be held November 2nd - November 6th. Visit the MH&WC Supports page to register.
- 4 Tips for Coping with Election Stress
Support during COVID-19
The MH&WC understands how important it is to support LCC students during these challenging times. We commit to doing everything we can to continue supporting students. 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.
In addition, learn about tips on managing virtual classroom fatigue.
Contact and Location:
Phone Number: 541-463-5920
Monday – Friday
9:00 am – 4:00 PM
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.
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 short-term mental health 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.