Free therapeutic services are available to all students via Intrinsic Therapy, LLC, the campus counseling service. Services are available to students 7 days a week, with an after hours emergency phone line. Students can meet with the counselor on campus as well as in the local office. Student Affairs and counseling services are here to provide support and resources in the event of student distress. We can assist you with a host of services including difficulty with life and college transitions, relationship challenges, substance abuse, and academic challenges. For assistance, please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for more assistance.
Make Your Telehealth Appointment Today by Calling or Texting 864-314-4537 or Email email@example.com
If you have concerns about harassment or sexual, physical or verbal assault or abuse, we urge you to please contact student affairs or the college’s Title IX office immediately at the contact information listed below. For more information regarding the college’s procedures for Title IX please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow this link to review the training that our Title IX Coordinator has received.
Student Affairs-VP for Student Affairs –LaShanda Hutto Harris email@example.com 864-578-8770 x224
Title IX Coordinator- Janice Higgins-Fordree firstname.lastname@example.org 864-578-8770 x383
We are here to assist any student battling issues of substance use or abuse. Community counselors and resources are available. All communication is confidential. Please visit the VP of Student Affairs or a faculty member you trust for more information on obtaining help.
Sherman College Drug Prevention Program and Resource Guide
Drug Prevention Program Resource Guide
Spartanburg Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission (SADAC)
Carolina Center for Behavioral Health
Addiction Search (nationwide help)
Substance Abuse Education Resources
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