COLLEGE OF THE SISKIYOUS
MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES PAGE

In Crisis:

Immediate Danger to Self or Others
For 24 hours a day crisis response, call 911 from any campus phone.

Crisis Intervention Assistance
Counselors are available to assist when a student or staff member experiences a psychological emergency and is in need of immediate help.
Counseling and Support Services (530) 938-5353

Additional support may be required or provided by:
Siskiyou County Behavioral Health (530) 918-7200 (Mt. Shasta) or (530) 841-4745 (Yreka)
Siskiyou Domestic Violence (530) 842-6629
Weed Police (530) 938-5000
Yreka Police (530) 841-2300

Office of the Director of Student Life
Faculty or staff members who have concerns about student behavior may also call the Director of Student Life at (530) 938-5374.

On-Campus:

Counseling and Support Services
Personal counseling is offered (by a licensed clinical psychologist and/or marriage & family therapist). Hours are available each week, by appointment. If an immediate appointment is not available and the student is experiencing a personal crisis, s/he may be referred/taken to the Counseling and Support Services to be seen by a COS counselor.

Community Mental Health Resource:

Siskiyou County Behavioral Health
South County (Mt. Shasta) (530) 918-7200
North County(Yreka) (530) 841-4745

National Suicide Prevention LifelineFOR VETERANS PRESS 1
EN ESPANOL OPRIMA EL 2

ULifeline
Your online resource for college mental health.
ulifeline.org

The Jed Foundation
Promoting emotional health and preventing suicide.
www.jedfoundation.org/

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
nami.org

The Trevor Lifeline (for LGBTQ youth)
866-488-7386

thetrevorproject.org

Veterans Crisis Line
1-800-273-8255 Press 1
veteranscrisisline.net