**Note: SPE 330 Students, this post is not for your class. See you 4/12.**
Did you know? MCC is connected with ulifeline.org, a non-profit organization that provides information on a variety of topics including depression and suicide prevention. Click on the ULifeline link and then proceed to the student section. Once you’ve indicated which school you’re from you can access a variety of topics. (You can still access information without entering your school’s information.)
ULifeline contacts fact sheets and information on how you can help your peers or yourself, identify warning signs, and myths about suicide. There are also evaluation tools for you to access. ULifeline is anonymous and confidential.
Important Links and Numbers*:
Mental Health Concerns: for helping yourself or someone else.
There are a variety of other websites where you can get information and self help on mental health screening, depression, and other health concerns, all associated with MCC. For counseling help, here is a list of area providers, as found on MCC’s Wellness Resources page:
Crisis Intervention – Lifeline
PH (585) 275-5151
*A 24-Hour/7 Day a week free and confidential telephone counseling service for: Information and referrals on Human Service Needs
*Crisis intervention for basic medical and mental health problems
*Short-term mental health supportive counseling
Lifeline serves Monroe, Wayne, and Cayuga Counties
Spiritus Christi Mental Health Center
PH (585) 325-1180
121 N. Fitzhugh Street
Rochester, NY 14614
Daytime & Evening appointments available Monday-Friday
MOBILE CRISIS UNIT (585) 328-4830
Mercy Outreach Center
142 Webster Avenue
Rochester, NY 14609
For persons with no health insurance only
PH (800) 273- 8255
1-800 784-2443 or 1-800 273-TALK
DBSA (Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance) of Rochester & Canandaigua
PH (800) 273- 8255
Information and peer support to people with Depression or Bipolar Disorder & their families.
*Information provided here was taken from Monroe Community College’s Student and Health Services webpages. Always refer to MCC’s pages for updated information.