Wellness Services

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On-Campus Resources

Mary Ann Smith • No Cost

Mary Ann SmithMary Ann is our part-time Wellness Coordinator. She has a full-time job elsewhere, but helps students when needed. She is a licensed master’s level social worker, so she has the ability to refer students on for further services. She has an office on campus and once a student contacts her, she can set up an appointment for them to meet with her. She is not a therapist and will not make a diagnosis, but she is a very helpful resource.

Phone: 620-222-4311 (text or call)

Rev. Molly Just & Rev. Maddie Johnson • No Cost

Rev. Molly JustRev. Molly Just is our campus minister and discipleship director and Rev. Maddie Johnson is the pastor of Grace Methodist Church (located a block away from campus). Together, they have coordinated their efforts to provide students with pastoral counseling on or near campus.

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Off-Campus Resources

Four County Mental Health • Low Cost

Four County Mental HealthFour County Mental Health at Strother Field has a good relationship with SC. They provide public mental health services for four counties, including Cowley County. We work with them to coordinate emergency services such as suicide threats. If you do know a student who may have suicidal thoughts, please call Dan Falk at 620-222-1413 and he can coordinate the response for a situation like that. Four County also offers tele-video services as well as open-access mental health services Monday-Thursday from 1:30-2:30 pm. Four County operates on a sliding scale for students without insurance or an income.

Phone: 620-221-9664 (for an appointment with a therapist)

Community Health Center • Low Cost

Community Health CenterThe Health Center offers a sliding scale for students who are without insurance or income. Students seeking mental health services will complete an intake, see a doctor, then a clinical social worker. Please be advised that the student may then be referred to Four County Mental Health for service.

Phone: 620-221-3350 (for an appointment)

Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center (WASAC) • No Cost

WASACFor students who have been sexually assaulted, The Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center in Winfield has a therapist who can meet with them. Additionally, WASAC offers court advocacy and support groups to students who are in need.

Winfield Location: 121 College Street (accross from the SC Welcome Center)
Phone: 620-229-7233 (24-hour)

National Hotlines • No Cost

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 1-800-662-4357
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-7233
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