Student Counseling Service for NFCC
What is the Student Counseling Service?
The SCS is a confidential FREE service offered to current students at
North Florida Community College (current NFCC identification badge
required; must be 18 or have custodial consent). We provide assessment
and short-term counseling, crisis intervention and referrals (up to 5
sessions per semester).
Are the SCS services confidential?
Yes. Confidentiality is essential to the success of the SCS. Your SCS
records are not included in any of your college records. Your
confidentiality is protected within confines of applicable state and
federal laws. Any information about you cannot be released without your
permission or as required by law.
Who will provide the services?
The Employee Assistance Program at TMH will provide licensed Master's
level counselors on-site or at the EAP office in Tallahassee.
Why should I come to the SCS?
We can help you create solutions to your personal concerns, reduce
stress and successfully balance your school and home life. We can help
you find the resources to resolve issues with:
- Eating disorders
- Sexual abuse/assault
- Study skills
- Suicidal thoughts
- Test anxiety
- Time management
How do I schedule an appointment?
Call 850-431-5190 or toll free at 877-501-0956 during normal business
hours. Hearing impaired students may reach us by TTY at 850-431-5157.
Please identify yourself as a North Florida Community College student
Where will the services be provided?
Counseling will be available on-site at NFCC Madison, Florida in a
private office (Building #32 - College Advancement Offices on NW
Alligator Trail) or you may elect to travel to the EAP office in
Tallahassee located at 1616 Physicians Drive. On-site service hours will
be from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. every other Tuesday beginning September
11, 2007. Tallahassee office hours are Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. –
24 hour telephone crisis counseling is available by calling 850-431-5190
or toll free at 877-501-0956 anytime during or after regular business
NFCC campus contact: