Beginning with the Fall 2021 semester, the College will provide some of its essential
student support services to students through a partnership with a third-party vendor,
These services will be conveniently accessible on demand via telephone, mobile app,
web-portal, video counseling and chat. These everyday services for everyday people
will be provided by licensed professionals and will include but may not be limited
to life coaching, medical advocacy, work/life resources, and legal/financial resources
as well as the traditional mental health counseling services.
More information on student services provided by All Points:
Commitment to YOUR well-being: SCC becoming a JED Campus
In 2020, SCC began a strategic collaboration with The Jed Foundation that not only enhances the mental health work already being done on campus but also
creates positive, lasting change.
By becoming a JED Campus member SCC demonstrates a commitment to the emotional well-being
of its students. JED Campus is a nationwide initiative designed to empower schools
with a framework and customized support to enhance student:
Mental health services
Substance abuse prevention
JED's programs are grounded in an evidence-based model used to assess efforts currently
being made on campus, identifying existing strengths and improvements within seven
Resources for Yourself, Family Members or Friends
Access useful information through Ulifeline provided by JED Campus. Ulifeline will help you enhance wellbeing through awareness
and interaction on wellness topics. Check out this site to get information on learning
about wellness topics, answering screening questions, and helping a friend who may
How do I access services?
We are here to help. Contact the Office of Vice President of Student Affairs at (864)
592-4817. Should you need accommodations, let us know when you call.
Hotlines: For Immediate Assistance Contact..
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting HELLO to 741-741
Veteran's Crisis Line connects veterans in crisis (and their families and friends) with qualified, caring
Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential, toll-free hotline,
online chat, or text. 1-800-273-8255 or send a text message to 838255 TTY: 1-800-799-4889 www.veteranscrisisline.net
National Sexual Assault Hotline 1-800-656-4673 (HOPE) www.rainn.org
National Center for Victims of Crime Call 1-855-4-VICTIM or visit www.VictimConnect.org
UnitedWay s 211 Helpline is a one-stop resource for finding assistance in your local community. We keep a
database of a wide variety of service providers including support groups, community
clinics, counselors, shelters, food pantries, programs for seniors, and many more
agencies in South Carolina. Phone: 211 Toll Free: 866-892-921 www.sc211.org