You may suffer from anxiety, depression, substance abuse and other mental health-related issues. Talking things over with a counselor gives you a chance to benefit from another viewpoint as you determine how you might want to approach a difficult or challenging situation.
Interpersonal Violence Counseling
Interpersonal violence counseling (IPV) offers assistance to individuals experiencing varying types and degrees of violence in their lives. The IPV coordinator provides a direct and confidential line for survivors and victims of domestic violence and/or other crimes through counseling, coordination of referrals, liaison with Public Safety, survival tips and safety measures, and tri-county general information and referrals. The coordinator also is available for classroom presentations and workshops at the college and in the community. Call 843-574-6131 for assistance.
- Battered Men - The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence
- The National Center for Victims of Crime
- National Coalition against Domestic Violence
- People against Rape
- My Sisters House
Alcohol and Other Drug Services Counseling
Alcohol and other drug services counseling as well as assessment and outside referral services are available to all TTC students who may be affected by alcohol or other drug abuse. Alcohol and other drug use refer to the amount that a student consumes. Alcohol and other drug use can lead to abuse when a student engages in high-risk activities despite repeated negative consequences. Consequences may include academic, legal, medical, and/or psychological problems. Counseling and Career Development Services offers the following services:
- Assessment - A structured interview is designed to collect data about substance abuse.
- Individual Counseling - Meet with a counselor to explore issues related to alcohol and other drug use.
- Presentations - Classroom presentations on alcohol and other drug-related topics are offered.
For more information on drug and alcohol prevention, click here.
Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Links
- How can I tell if I have a problem?
- What to do if a friend or loved one has a problem?
- How to cut down on your drinking?
- Here are the straight facts
Crises and Emergencies
Counseling and Career Development Services provides crisis intervention services to all enrolled students who may be experiencing a mental health crisis (e.g. psychological trauma, thoughts of harming self or others). If you or someone you are assisting is experiencing an emergency, please seek help immediately.
- If you are on campus and it is during our normal business hours, visit one of our office locations.
- If it is after normal business hours, please call Public Safety at 843-574-6911.
- If you are off campus, please call 911 immediately or go to your nearest emergency room or mental health facility.