Year-Round Screening Information
Welcome to the Screening Program
The Lansing Community College Counseling Center welcomes you to online screening for depression, anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, at-risk alcohol use, and eating disorders. The Screenings for Mental Health program are educational initiatives. The results of these screenings are for informational purposes only, consequently diagnosis and treatment recommendations are not provided. This anonymous and ongoing free screening is being made available to all LCC students for the first time this year. The screening is provided so that you may anonymously and privately find out in a few minutes if you may have a problem and whether or not professional consultation may be helpful to you.
If, after completing the screening, your results indicate a problem may be present, we recommend that you discuss your result with a trained mental health or medical professional of your choosing. If you are considering suicide or harming someone else, we recommend that you get help right now. Call 911.
To begin the free screening click on the button below:
To schedule a confidential follow-up meeting with a counselor at the LCC Counseling Center, please call (517) 483-1924.
LCC Counselors are also available for crisis intervention and consultation and my be contacted through LCC Police at 911 on campus. Dial 911 in an emergency situation on or off campus.
Campus and Community Referral Information
Campus and community referral information is available in the local phone book or on the Counseling Services Website.
The Listening Ear Crisis and Referral Line my be contacted 24 hours a day at (517) 337-1717.
Community Mental Health (CMH) Walk In Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. May be contacted at (888) 800-1559 or (517) 346-8318 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. If hearing impaired call the Michigan Relay Center at (800) 649-3777 and ask for call to be forward to the above number.
The Women's Center, 1710-1712 E. Michigan Ave. Lansing, MI can help with concerns of dating/domestic violence and sexual assault, and may be contacted at (517) 372-9163.
More Mental Health Resources
Want to do some career assessments?
Check out this:
Susan Muma, Associate Dean of Campus Resources for Student Support
Gannon Building - StarZone - Campus Resources Desk
Phone: (517) 483-1924