During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Wellness Center will continue to provide counseling and support services to registered students primarily via phone and Zoom though there are case-by-case exceptions to this.
CHANGES RELATED TO COVID
During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Wellness Center will continue to provide counseling and support services to registered students primarily via phone and Zoom though there are case-by-case exceptions.
To provide mental health and wellness services that support the well-being and academic and social-emotional growth of students; and to educate the campus community about mental health and wellness.
The Wellness Center is staffed by a licensed mental health professional.
The Wellness Center provides free, confidential and short-term counseling services to students currently enrolled at Honolulu Community College (HonCC). Participation is completely voluntary. Counseling and consultation services are strength-based and solution-focused to help students manage personal life issues and navigate their college experience.
Services begin with an initial appointment to assess needs and complete paperwork. These consultation sessions are typically 30-45 minutes in length and will help determine next steps in providing the appropriate level of support. A student whose needs exceed the scope of HonCC Wellness Center’s services will be referred to community resources or providers.
Student services include:
- Supportive short-term counseling
- Crisis counseling
- Personal Wellness Screenings: (Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Alcohol)
- Referrals to campus and community agencies
- Workshops or presentations to student groups
- Title IX Confidential Space
Outreach services include:
- Consultation with faculty, staff and administrators
- Tabling Events on Campus
- Classroom Presentations
- Educational programming occurs when time and staffing resources permit