Critical Mental Health Resources
for College Students
(Published by Onlinecolleges.net)
44% of college students report symptoms of depression, making it critical to address the mental health concerns of young adults. This guide discusses the most common issues facing students, from depression and anxiety to substance abuse and eating disorders.
Most importantly, several options for finding treatment and support are a part of this guide. Click here for a direct link to "Critical Mental Health Resources for College Students."
While Pitt Community College would like to be able to meet all the needs of our students, there are many situations where outside resources are needed. There are many community service providers and organizations in Pitt County designed to serve people during times of need.
2-1-1 is HELP when you need it most. This website is a resource for finding community health and human service resources. The first step in finding help is knowing who to call. 9-1-1 is for emergencies. 4-1-1 is for directory assistance. 2-1-1 is a call center with experts waiting to connect you with a network of over 18,000 resources here in North Carolina.
A call to NC 2-1-1 is FREE, confidential, available all day, everyday, and in any language.
Click here to connect directly to NC 2-1-1.
Pitt Resources Connection
Pitt Resources Connection (PRC)was created in an effort to help our community during times of need, to rise above the hardships and make our community stronger. We encourage you to take a look at this web site for more information. The PRC is a program of the Real Crisis Center.
Pitt County Social Service Agencies
The Student Assistance Program (SAP) staff at Pitt Community College has also compiled a list of Pitt County social service agencies available to meet specific needs such as shelter, mental health, veteran services, and child support assistance for your convenience and information. Click here for a listing of agencies.
If you are in need of Emergency Food, click here for a listing of local Food Bank Distributors.