The following information is for additional education, understanding, and general self-help. This is not a replacement for counseling or other professional services — we encourage you to get connected with the Health and Counseling Center, utilize Uwill, or seek other counseling resources in the community. You are not alone and we are here to help.
- After Hours and Crisis Resources
- On-campus and community health care
- Uwill teletherapy services — Carthage students have access to teletherapy services through Uwill, a leading online mental health platform for colleges and universities. Uwill offers students a secure and convenient way to receive assistance from a licensed counselor in a variety of formats — video, chat, messaging, or phone.
- Kenosha and Racine food share program information.
- Kenosha County food assistance, pantries, and home-delivered meal programs
Dial 211 to be connected with someone who can help with basic needs like food or clothing, mental health needs such as mobile crisis team, to get connected with language translation and interpretation services, or finding children, youth, and family services.
Understanding medical and mental health care can be tough. Find information below that can be helpful in building your knowledge around medical and insurance terms and how to find a medical or mental health provider in your insurance network. If you don’t have insurance, or if you may soon age out of your parent’s or guardian’s insurance, you can apply for Medicaid by following the link below. As a reminder, while you are a student at Carthage, the Health and Counseling Center provides FREE services to you!
- Glossary of health terms.
- Information on Medicaid: See if you qualify, apply for Medicaid, and more information.
- Steps to find a medical or mental health provider in your insurance plan. This website describes finding a provider through Medicaid, using the Marketplace, however this process is the same if you are using other insurance providers such as United Health Care, Aetna, Cigna, Anthem, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Quartz, Humana, or Molina
HCC does not provide ADHD testing or assessment services. If you would like to be assessed it would be most helpful to discuss this with your primary care provider or seek other specialists in the community.
- Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD): ADHD Overview — CHADD also provides education, advocacy, and support.
- American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: For college students with ADHD
- Anxiety and Depression Association of American: Info, signs, symptoms, and resources for dealing with anxiety
- National Institute of Mental Health: Info, signs, symptoms, and resources for dealing with anxiety
- Psychology Today: “50 Strategies to Beat Anxiety” — Check out resources and coping skills in the Mindfulness and Stress sections!
SOMEONE I KNOW MAY BE AT RISK OF SUICIDE
A FRIEND OF MINE SEEMS REALLY DOWN AND MAY BE DEPRESSED
I KNOW SOMEONE WHO MAY HAVE AN EATING PROBLEM
SOMEONE I KNOW MAY BE OVERWHELMED WITH ANXIETY
I’M CONCERNED ABOUT SOMEONE WHO MAY HAVE AN ALCOHOL OR SUBSTANCE USE PROBLEM
I’VE OFFERED MY HELP TO SOMEONE, BUT THEY DON’T WANT TO ACCEPT IT
- The Harvard Gazette: “Young adults hardest hit by loneliness during pandemic”
- UnLonely Project — aims to raise awareness of the loneliness epidemic and empower people to connect with others through art.
- Campus UnLonely — provides a space specifically for emerging adults in the college setting to learn and connect with others through art.
- How to Cope With Loneliness During the Coronavirus Pandemic
- RAINN — the largest anti-sexual violence organization
- Carthage Resources: Victim-Survivor Support Services and Other Helpful Resources
- I’m worried my alcohol/substance use may be problematic
- SAMHSA — offers information, resources, and research around substance use and mental illness.
- Kenosha Community Groups
- Kenosha area Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting locator
- Kenosha area Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meeting locator