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Mental Health: Resources

Mental Health Resources

Why is it important to be mindful of mental health as a college student?

The college experience involves major changes that may put college students at risk for struggling with mental health

These include:

  • Academic pressure
  • New social environment
  • Transitioning to independence
  • Finding balance
  • Financial stress
  • Homesickness

Health Services Therapists are available to Full-time traditional students and SAGE residents.

Call Health Services at (610) 606-4640 or visit them at the first floor of Curtis Hall in Room 106 to make an appointment.

Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (last appointment at 4:00 p.m.). Extended hours available by request.

You can attend up to 6 sessions per semester to talk things like anxiety, depression, conflict, academics, and college adjustment.

Download the TELUS Student Support App or visit the TELUS Health Website.

  • Free, confidential mental health and wellbeing support
  • Call, Text, or Chat options
  • Available 24/7

Are you concerned about a friend, classmate or roommate?

Submit a Care Team Report when

  • you want the Care Team to intervene with a student or
  • you want to notify the College regarding a retention risk that could be mitigated with intervention. Students do not receive copies of Care Team Reports.

Submit a Care Team Report using the online form. Someone will follow up on your concern.

“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”

At Cedar Crest College, the Title IX Office is part of the Dean of Student’s Office. The Title IX Coordinator is dedicated to ensuring equity on the basis of sex at Cedar Crest College, ensuring compliance with Title IX regulations and policies.

To reach the Title IX Coordinator: 

  • 610-606-4628

Cedar Crest College strongly encourages those who want to file a report on behalf of themselves or someone else to identify themselves by name, but we understand that sometimes reporters may not feel comfortable doing so. The College accepts anonymous reports from anyone with knowledge of a sexual misconduct violation.

We can all help prevent suicide. The 988 Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States

Text HOME to 741741 to reach a volunteer Crisis Counselor.

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