Life can be challenging, especially when you’re juggling school, family, work and the many other things that life throws at us. If you’re feeling overwhelmed or need someone to talk to, WITCC mental health counselor is available for one-on-one counseling at our Sioux City, Cherokee, and Denison campuses.
Confidentiality is our highest priority for your safety and for our safety. We follow HIPAA guidelines and use a HIPAA approved medical record that is stored separate from the college and is managed solely by the Counseling department. If you have any questions about confidentiality, please reach out. The only reason our department would break confidentiality is if you are at immediate harm to yourself or someone else.
To build well-being processes for all students and create a college environment where mental health is a priority for all.
To help all students feel valued, supported, included and to create a space where all can belong.
Meet Our Counselors
Services are available Monday - Friday from 8am - 5pm.
- Free and confidential clinical mental health therapy
- Information and referral for community resources
- Reduce barriers to the educational experience
- Program presentations related to mental health
What Do You Need to Talk About?
- Stress management
- Depression and anxiety
- Family issues
- Roommate issues
- Grief and loss
- Social issues
- Information and referral
- Relationship issues
- Life skills
- Time management
- Academic needs and frustrations
Suicide hotline - Call 988
Mental health after hours call Siouxland Mental Health Center 24/7 Crisis Line 712.252.3871.
Safe Place: Domestic Violence/sexual assault services 712.258.7233
WIT Campus Security at 712.274.6414
741741 - Crisis Text Line
The Trevor Project (LGBTQ+ support line): Text ‘Start’ to 678-678