Counseling Resources

The Counseling Center connects students with the local, state, and national communities to provide assistance in dealing with a wide variety of mental health issues.

What if I am in a crisis?

If you are in crisis and need help immediately, please call 911. If you’d like to meet with a counselor to talk about any of the issues listed on this page, please call 336-334-4822 Ext. 50038 to schedule an appointment.

Student Assistance Program

The Student Assistance Program (SAP) is a college-sponsored benefit that offers support and resources to address personal or school-related challenges and concerns.  It’s confidential and free to GTCC students and their household family members.

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Comprehensive Screening

U Lifeline is an online Mental Health Resource Center with whom GTCC has partnered to help students. The website allows students to self-assess, get information, and make contact with someone regarding a wide array of mental health issues! Screening questionnaires include: Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Eating Disorders , Generalized Anxiety, Alcohol Use and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The online screenings are for your information only, not a diagnosis, and treatment recommendations are not provided.

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Suicide Awareness and Prevention Resources

Crisis Line:1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Alcohol and Substance Abuse Resources

Mental Health Resources

Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Resources

Greensboro Crisis Line: 336-273-7273High Point Crisis Line: 336-889-7273