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Camden County College is concerned about every student’s well-being. We realize that during these times of transition into the College environment many students are faced with challenges that may be difficult to handle alone. If you believe you may need help in dealing with personal issues, substance abuse, feelings of depression or prolonged sadness or anger, we encourage you to speak to an advisor, to the executive dean of enrollment and student services, or call the Department of Public Safety.
In order to provide professional services, Camden County College has entered into agreements with various providers who offer mental health services for those individuals in need of such a program. The purpose of these affiliations is to increase access to community mental health services for Camden County College students, as well as providing access for the Camden County mental health agencies to individuals in need of their services.
Camden County College is concerned about every student’s well being. We realize that during these times of transition into the College environment many students are faced with challenges that may be difficult to handle alone. If you believe you may need help in dealing with personal issues, substance abuse, feelings of depression or prolonged sadness or anger, we encourage you to speak to a student advocate in the Office of the Dean of Students (856-374-5088) or call the Department of Public Safety (856-374-5049).
During the semester you or a friend might be challenged with classes, relationships, alcohol, drugs or other issues. These struggles may leave you feeling worried, hopeless, anxious or stressed. We want you to know that Camden County College cares about your well being as well as your success as a student.
If you or someone you know is in a crisis situation and having thoughts of death, dying or suicide, contact the following resources 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:
Twin Oaks Integrated Care, Early Intervention Support Services:
2051 Springdale Road, Cherry Hill, NJ, 08003
Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
(You can be dropped off, given information or walk in on your own.)
Services include individual therapy, case management, psychiatric medications, peer support.
Program is short term.
NJ HopeLine: (856) 654-6735
National Suicide Prevention Hotline: (800) 273-8255
Crisis Text Line: Text HELLO to 741-741
Camden County College Office of Public Safety: (856) 374-5049
Crisis Screening Center: (856) 428-4357
For help in a non-crisis situation, please contact the Dean of Students office (856) 374-5088.