Counseling Resources

Local and National Resources Organized by Topic
Please note: Some of the resources listed below are NOT a service of WWCC nor do they represent the views of Counseling Services, Student Development Center, or WWCC.

WellTrack – Start feeling better today. 

MoodCheck is your daily mood tracker and helps you determine how the activities you take part in, the people you spend time with, and the places you spend time in impact your mood.
Signup.mywelltrack.com    Access Code: WWCC

Career Planning
Our office has access to numerous resources and tools to help you select an academic and/or career pathway. In addition, the WWCC Career Services website offers information about on and off campus employment.

Mental Health QuestionsULifeline or call 800-273-TALK (8255)

Dealing with changes in the way you feel or experience emotional ups or downs can be confusing. It can be scary to speak up or hard to figure out what to do. Sometimes you can improve your emotional health by taking better care of yourself or relying on the support of friends and families. If you think you or a friend are dealing with a condition like depression, an anxiety disorder or an eating disorder, you may need help from a counselor or other professional. Whatever you’re dealing with, acknowledging there’s an issue and taking action is the first step to improving your situation. Use the links on this page below to learn the facts about common emotional health issues, warning signs of problems and ways to take control and feel better.

Recovery First Support Group Fall 2013 meetings
Download flyer here: Fall 2014 Group Sessions TBA. Contact Michelle Meyer

Sexual Assault

  • Walla Walla Crisis Response: 509-529-9922
  • YWCA of Walla Walla – http://www.ywcaww.org
  • National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-4673 or http://www.rainn.org for live chat. RAINN has taken measures to protect online conversations by not tracking IP addresses.

Suicide Prevention Hotline and E-Chat

Walla Walla Local Resources Where do I go for Help? Adonde Voy Por Ayuda? This includes information for students at the risk of becoming homeless or are homeless, food pantry, clothing, etc.  Download document (english and spanish language) here: Where English 4 fold 10152015) Where Spanish 4 fold 10152015

Washington Recovery Help Line

24-Hour Help for Substance Abuse, Problem Gambling & Mental Health
Call 866.789.1511 OR

206.461.3219 (TTY)
Language interpretation available
[email protected]
http://warecoveryhelpline.org/news-and-media/