Directory of Community Resources
The Directory of Community Resources is a list of various community and state resources you may find helpful. The agencies included in this directory are not affiliated with Jackson State Community College. These resources are for informational purposes only and the directory is not intended to be an endorsement of any agency. Individuals utilizing this directory will be responsible for any cost that may be incurred with the use of these services. Jackson State Community College assumes no liability for any acts or omission by third parties or transactions that occur between individuals utilizing this directory and the agencies listed. Please forward any concerns regarding the resources included in this directory to JSCC Counseling and Career Services at (731) 425-2616.
Mental Health Support
Sometimes we need someone to talk to. Jackson State offers confidential counseling services free to currently enrolled students during the fall and spring semesters. The Counseling office is in the Student Center and staff accept walk-ins and appointments. To reach the counselor, please email firstname.lastname@example.org; call (731) 424-3520, ext. 50260; or (731) 695-8287.
ULifeline: Mental Health Resources For College Students
JSCC - ULifeline - An anonymous, confidential, online resource center where, college students can be comfortable searching for the information they need and want regarding emotional health. The site also offers self-screening tools, information about mental/emotional disorders, and how to obtain help for oneself or others.
Community Mental Health Centers
If more help is needed, the community offers both public and private services. The following is a general list of community mental health counseling centers as well as a general list of addiction counseling and treatment centers that covers the Jackson State service area. This list is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be an endorsement of any agency.
- Carey Counseling Center, Inc. - Serves the following West Tennessee counties: Benton, Carroll, Gibson, Henry, and Obion
- Quinco Mental Health Centers - Serves the following West Tennessee counties: Chester, Decatur, Hardeman, Madison, and McNairy
- Pathways Behavioral Health Services - Serves the following West Tennessee counties: Dyer, Gibson, Haywood, Henderson, Madison, and Obion
Addiction Counseling and Treatment Centers
- Buffalo Valley
- Jackson Area Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependency
- Journey Pure
- Pathways Behavioral Health Services
Other Helpful Resources
Resource Guide For Mental Health Students and Counselors - Sponsored by Addiction Counselor, this website is a great resource to learn about mental health issues and how to find support.
HealthFinder.gov - Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services this website provides information to help you and your loved ones stay healthy.
Top Mental Health Challenges Facing College Students - This guide helps to identify the signs and symptoms of common mental health issues that college students face.
Disclosing a Mental Health Condition to Others - Sponsored by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), this site provides some great information about how to disclose a mental health condition to others.
Guide To Keeping Your Home Through Debilitating Disease - Sponsored by Mortgagecalulator.org, this website provides helpful financial strategies for individuals dealing with debilitating diseases.
Addiction Center - This is an online hub with information on various chemical dependencies and treatment resources to help guide individuals struggling with addiction find their moment of clarity.
Addiction Resource - Provides resource information for someone wanting to learn more about alcohol and drug addiction.
Alcohol Addiction Center - A source of information for friends, family, and individuals struggling with alcohol.
Comprehensive Guide To Home Accessibility For People With Disabilities In Recovery From Substance Abuse - Sponsored by Redfin Corporation, this website offers suggestions on home modifications that can be made to support the mental and emotional health as well as provide a health environment for the disabled person's sobriety.
Disability, Substance Abuse and Addiction - This is a great article on the impact of substance abuse and addiction on disabled individuals that was published in New Mobility: Life Beyond Wheels.
Drug Rehab - This website provides information for individuals who may want to learn more about drug addiction and treatment options.
Financial Burdens Of Mental Health and Addiction Treatment - Sponsored by Healthy Place for Your Mental Health, this website provides information about how to plan for mental health or addiction care and provides general suggestions on where to locate possible financial resources.
Fight Addiction Now - Cocaine Addiction and Recovery - Use this resource to learn about the consequences of cocaine use and what kind of treatment is needed to recover from this addiction.
National Rehabilitation Centers - The National Rehabilitation Centers Division of Stopimpaireddriving.com is an online resource for locating alcohol and drug addiction treatment centers across the country.
Rehab Spot - A source of information on addiction and recovery for those who are struggling with substance abuse disorders.
Start Your Recovery - Provides great information for anyone dealing with addiction.
Substance Abuse and Dental Care - A great resource that describes in detail just how substance abuse can impact a person's teeth and overall oral health.
Great resources free to JSCC students to help you work on a personal budget, debt recovery, paying for college, and the best ways to handle your money.