You’re not alone. And we’re here to help! 

Life isn’t easy, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. We understand that sometimes you just need a little extra help.  And that’s ok. In fact, it’s more common than you may realize. 

What can you do to get help?
If you’re in crisis right now, contact Public Safety at extension 2100 from any campus phone or by calling (856)-434-7233. We will help you connect with the right people. 

If you are thinking about hurting yourself, please call us or a 24/7 hotline:

National Suicide Prevention Hotline (24/7): 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
CONTACT Crisis Line (24/7): 856-234-8888 or 866-234-5006 

If you need some extra support this semester, we offer counseling services by appointment.  

What will we do?
Well, that depends a little on what you need.  We have many resources to help support you, including 

  • confidential counseling services with a licensed counselor
  • a trained Crisis Intervention Team to help you if you feel like you’re in crisis
  • access to emergency help, including some financial assistance
  • streamlined access to external mental health support if you or a friend is in need

Bottom line - we’re here to help you achieve your academic goals and succeed. And we’re here to help you. 

For questions and general information, please contact the Office of Student Support at studentsupport@rcbc.edu.