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Student Success

 

 

We at Laredo Community College (LCC) understand that mental health and personal struggles can often interfere with or hinder your academic success. If you are finding it difficult to focus on your academics and need guidance to address any mental health issues, please visit with one of our counselors who can connect you with appropriate community resources.   

 

LCC Counseling Services

Ft. McIntosh Campus

Student Success Center

Lerma Pena, 201

956-721-5135

South Campus

Student Success Center

Billy Hall Student Center, A131

956-794-4135

Office Hours:          Monday – Thursday, 8am – 6pm          &          Friday, 8am – 12pm

Walk-ins Welcome

For an appointment, please call the Student Success Center and request an appointment with a Counselor. We will try to accommodate same day appointments when possible. Please note that appointments are not available for academic advising services.

 

Community Mental Health Resources

Mental Health Services Provider

Services Provided

Border Region Behavioral Health Center**

1500 Pappas St., Laredo, TX 78041

(956) 794-3000

24 hour Crisis Hotline: 1-800-643-1102

www.borderregion.org

 

Provides services to adults 18 years of age or older who suffer from schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, severe major depression or any other severely disabling mental disorder which require support and treatment.

Serving Children and Adults in Need (SCAN)

1605 Saldana Ave., Laredo, TX 78041

(956) 724-3177

Rape Crisis Hotline: 1-800-355-7226

http://www.scan-inc.org/

 

Provides a variety of programs that offer prevention, intervention, treatment and residential services.

Gateway Community Health Center

Behavioral Health Services

1515 Pappas St., Laredo, TX 78041

(956) 795-8100

http://gatewaychc.com/behavioral-health/

 

Provide Behavioral Health Services through the use of psychotherapy to address mental health issues such as depression, anxiety and grief to name a few.

 

 

**Border Region Behavioral Health Center is the local Mental Health Authority 



Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1800-273-TALK