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No in-person walk-in appointments at this time
For students experiencing a mental health crisis and in need of more immediate assistance, a St. John’s College counselor is available at certain times on class days during the fall and spring academic semesters. Walk-in crisis sessions are brief and intended to efficiently deescalate the situation and restore the student to an adequate level of functioning. No appointment is needed for these sessions, although it is helpful if students call or email ahead of time to let the Counseling Center know they will be coming. For walk-in crisis session hours, please call 410-626-2553 or email counseling(at)sjc.edu.
If you need to speak with a licensed mental health clinician outside of our walk-in crisis session hours and cannot wait to make an appointment with the St. John’s College Counseling Center, call CareConnect at 888-857-5462; they are available 24/7/365.
If you are experiencing a life-threatening crisis, you should immediately contact a crisis hotline, call 911, or go to your local hospital emergency room. If you are on campus, you may also contact Public Safety at 443-336-2348 or ext. 2000.
The following is a list of crisis hotlines and text lines if you need immediate support and/or related resources; these are 24/7 unless otherwise indicated:
Also see our Resources for Current Students page, which includes information and resources regarding mindfulness, local outpatient resources, and additional online resources.