Counseling Services & Crisis Response
Current students are eligible to receive up to 6 free counseling sessions in private offices with qualified counselors on the Greeley, Ft. Lupton, and Loveland Campuses. If you’re struggling with any of the following, we encourage you to contact the counselor on your campus to set up an appointment:
- stress management
- grief and loss
- relational conflict
- life transitions
- parenting issues
- coping strategies
We are here to help you get back on track so you can focus on completing your educational goal
|Ft. Lupton & Loveland Campuses||Jennifer Crandall
*Please note all personal information discussed by students in counseling sessions is treated as confidential within the Center, with certain legally mandated exceptions. Counseling files are not a part of the college’s records and cannot be accessed by parents, guardians, college personnel or faculty without the student’s written permission.
After Hours Emergencies & Crises
An emergency is a situation that is life threatening or involves immediate danger or other extreme circumstances. Please call 911 immediately or Campus Security at (970) 539-2171.
For other psychological crises or urgent concerns, please check out our Guide to Local Human Services or call the North Range Behavioral Crisis Line at (970) 347-2120, or 1-800-SUICIDE (800-273-TALK).