Finding it hard to adjust to college? Having difficulty managing your time?
Concerned about your grades? Having difficulties with your parents?
Having trouble in a romantic relationship?
If you’re struggling, our team is here to help.
Tahanna works with the West Virginia Collegiate Recovery Network to create a more inclusive environment on the Mountwest CTC campus for students who are in recovery. Tahanna also helps students who are also suffering from substance misuse disorder.
“I am in recovery from substance misuse disorder. I know all too well the struggles of being a student in recovery. I also know how difficult it can be to ask for help at times. However, I want all students to feel confident in the fact that I am here on campus to help you! If nothing else, feel free to stop by and introduce yourself.”
Not everyone realizes how triggering things college culture, college vocabulary, or even completing a FAFSA can be. Tahanna is here to act as a mentor, and to provide outreach and early intervention if the need arises. She is at Mountwest to inform and lead a student’s journey!
Just a few examples of services offered:
For more information, or to request assistance, contact Tahanna by phone 304-399-1345 or via email email@example.com
Imagine Counseling Services will provide on-campus counseling to students. This resource is available on campus Mondays from 9am-2pm and Wednesdays from 12pm-5pm for students in need of general mental health counseling. Students can schedule an appointment by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although appointments are preferred, if you identify that there may be a student in need of immediate assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Ashley Jackson at Counseling@mctc.edu or at 304-710-3413.
The Mental Health Office is located in Room 112, which is at the back door of the Student Services area.
Togetherall is a a clinically moderated, online peer-to-peer mental health community that reaches and empowers students to anonymously seek and provide support
According to Ulifeline.org, suicide is “the act of deliberately taking one’s own life.” Suicide is also the second leading cause of death among college students. Suicide is a very serious subject and is preventable. The following are some of the warning signs of suicide: talking about wanting to die or kill oneself, talking about feeling hopeless or no reason to live, increasing the use of alcohol and/or other drugs, anxiety, agitation, sleeping too little or too much, showing rage, extreme mood swings, and others. Most people that attempt/commit suicide have an underlying mental health concern such as depression, anxiety, or substance dependence. If you or someone you know is experiencing some of these symptoms, Mountwest is here to help!
If you feel unsafe and /or need immediate assistance, please contact 911 or visit your local emergency room. the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 1.800.273.TALK (8255), is a 24-hour, toll-free suicide prevention and intervention resource that provides immediate assistance. WV now has a 24-hour, statewide substance abuse call line 844-HELP4WV
Crisis text line – text START to 741-741 for confidential crisis help 24/7.
If you are experiencing a crisis after 6:00 p.m. on a weekday, or on the weekend, please call 911, visit a local emergency room, or contact the Crisis Line at Prestera Center at 1-800-642-3434.
Please see the Community Resources Guide for other local and national resources.