Advising, Careers, & Well-Being

Personal Health & Well-Being Services

Counseling & Mental Health Support

LBCC’s Advising Center provides these and other mental health and counseling services: 

  • Counseling via short-term personal appointments
  • Crisis care via 24/7 phone line (see all crisis hotline numbers below)
  • Community resource referrals
  • Consultation for faculty and staff to support students

 

 

Well-Being

Our faculty and staff provide class presentations, work with student groups and managers to support a healthy environment for learning. Additionally, a variety of on-campus resources are available to students including: 

 

 

24/7 Hotlines

LBCC Mental Health Crisis Line: (541) 917-4780 (press 1 during business hours, press 2 after hours)

Linn County Mental Health Crisis Line: (800) 304-7468 

Benton County Mental Health Crisis Line: (888) 232-7192  

National Suicide Prevention Line: (800) 273-8255  

Center Against Rape and Domestic Violence (CARDV): (800) 754-0110  

24/7 Confidential Crisis Counseling Text Line: Text OREGON to 741741 

 

 

Contact Info

Phone: (541) 917-4780

Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00a - 4:00p

Email/Chat: onlineac@linnbenton.edu

Schedule appointment: Self-schedule link

Location: Takena Hall 101 (some services available at other LBCC centers)

For assistance with class registration or new student sessions, or questions about college resources or processes, please contact the First Resort. They are available by zoom room, email and chat.