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See below for mental health resources for students provided by the Health and Counseling Center.

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Psychology Today is an online directory of licensed therapists, psychologists, and counselors. Users can search for professionals in their area, filtering by specialty, presenting problems insurance much more! Find the therapist that is right fit you. 


Carthage students have access to teletherapy services through Uwill, a leading online mental health platform for colleges and universities. Uwill is offered in a variety of formats —video, chat, messaging, or phone. Students get five free sessions that replenish in July.

Off-campus crisis resources

Kenosha Crisis Line (KHDS)
24-hour phone line

Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
Call 988

Sexual and Domestic Abuse
24-hour phone line

Crisis Text Line
Text HOME to 741741

Quick tips

  • It is important to get set up as soon as possible: Some providers will have a waitlist.
  • Utilize your support system: When things get tough, talking to a friend, mentor, or coach can be a great way to get a different perspective.
  • Explore self-care practices: incorporate self-care activities into your routine, such as mindfulness exercises, journaling, or engaging in hobbies you enjoy.
  • Maintain a routine: structure your days with a consistent schedule for sleeping, eating, and engaging in activities. This can provide a sense of stability and control