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Student Support Resources: Mental Health & Stress

Support for when you are feeling overwhelmed

TCC Assistance

TCC offers counseling services for students to assist with personal concerns, career decisions, and other issues which may be interfering with your academic success. TCC counselors can also make referrals to community resources. Please see the Counseling Services website for more information.

Each TCC campus also has a CARE Team, a dedicated group of faculty and staff members who provide consultation and support for students in distress. If you're concerned about a student, and you believe this person's behavior may present a threat to themselves, the campus, or the surrounding community, you should make a referral to your campus CARE Team by completing the Incident Reporting Form.

If you are in crisis and need immediate help, use the following resources:

Community Support & Information Services

Referral Help

If you are not sure where to go for help, please try one of the referral services below.

If You Have Been the Victim of a Crime

The TCC Police Department offers a Victims Assistance program to students and their families who have been the victim of a crime to try to lessen the associated trauma.

Services include

  • Confidential reporting
  • On-scene response to crimes
  • Education about crime victims' rights
  • Information about and referrals to community resources and social services
  • Explanation of the criminal justice system
  • Case status information and referral to a TCC Police Department detective
  • Assistance with Crime Victims' compensation

To reach the Victims Assistance program, dial 817-515-8911, and ask to speak to the Victim Assistance Coordinator.