At Washington State, we’re concerned about the mental health and well-being of our students, staff, and faculty. We offer a variety of services, both in-person and virtual, to those experiencing emotional and psychological problems that are interfering with their ability to achieve success.


Our mental health counselor, Jennifer Simmons, is available to meet with students on campus in the library building from 9 AM - 2 PM on Mondays and virtually by appointment. Her office is just to the right of the main entrance inside the library. Services include:

  • Individual and group Mental Health Counseling
  • Substance Abuse Counseling
  • Couples Counseling
  • Adolescent and Child Counseling (Parenting)
  • And Referral Services

This service is provided at no cost to the student regardless of insurance status. To make an appointment, call 740.249.8061.

Online Support

WSCC is excited to offer an online and anonymous option to support students called 7-Cups of Tea. You can access the service from anywhere using a web browser or download the app via the App Store/Google Play. The service offers trained listeners, peer support groups, recovery plans, and an anonymous way to reach out to a trained counselor. All of this is available at no cost.

If you would like to use texting therapy with a licensed mental health counselor, please see the MyWSCC log-in page for an offer code to receive free services.

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Jennifer Simmons

Jennifer Simmons

Mental Health Counselor
Call and leave a message for an in-person appointment.
Located in the Library Building
Also, virtually by appointment.
Call 740.249.8061


Suicide Prevention

To seek help for yourself, or if you’re worried about someone who is experiencing distress and who is at risk of suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1.800. 273.TALK (8255). This lifeline is available 24/7. If you are hearing impaired, contact the Suicide Prevention Lifeline via TTY by dialing 1.800.799.4889.

For immediate help, dial 911.

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