Counseling Services at FVCC are free to students enrolled in credit courses.  Counseling is confidential and NOT part of a student’s academic record.

FVCC’s Mental Health Counselor is located in the Learning Resource Center building, and is available to meet with students by appointment.  The counseling office is open year-round and during regular campus business hours. To schedule an appointment please email counseling@fvcc.edu.

It’s not always about academics! Reasons for scheduling an appointment might include:

  • Support for emotional and personal concerns
  • Coping with stress and anxiety
  • Adjusting to school and life changes
  • Overcoming academic barriers to success

 

Want to meet with someone off campus? Thriving Campus can help you find a local provider.

*Fees for service will apply.

 

In emergency situations students should call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest Emergency Room.

Additional Crisis Resources:

  • Flathead County Mental Health Crisis Line (406) 752-6262
  • Crisis Text Line-  Text “Help” to 741-741
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • Domestic and Sexual Violence Helpline (406) 752-7273
  • Montana Crisis Recovery Hotline (M-F, 10am to 10pm) 1-877-503-0833
  • LGBTQ+ Crisis Support The Trevor Project 1-866-488-7386
  • Veteran Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255

 

FVCC Online Mental Health and Wellness Support

  • Health and Wellness Portal: you.fvcc.edu
  • You@FVCC is a 24/7, confidential resource that provides personalized content centered on well-being and student success.
  • Wellness and Self-Help information: FVCC Campus Well
  • Mental Health Literacy & Suicide Prevention Training for students: Kognito At-Risk
  • *Use college email to create an account.  Enrollment key: fvccstudents

 

Local Community and Campus Resources

LGBTQ+ Community
Suicide Prevention
Domestic and Sexual Violence Support
Chemical Dependency
Veteran Supports