Mental Health

Mental Health

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Mental Health Counseling

As we work through these uncertain times, we know that things may get difficult. If you need to speak with someone about your concerns, please contact our counselors: Stephane Potts – (217) 443-8749; email: or Jeff Primmer – (217) 443-8594; email:, or Advisement (217) 443-8750.

Crosspoint Human Services

With mental health issues being on the rise, we are excited to provide counseling service to students and staff free of charge. Licensed Therapist Zoey Naugle from Crosspoint Human Services will now offer personal counseling at DACC. If you are under 18 years old a parent must be notified. A referral form is required prior to visit. Referral Form

Zoey Naugle will be available for counseling:

WHEN: Every Wednesday & Thursday, 10 am - 1 pm (Walk-ins are accepted)
WHERE: Advisement Office, Lincoln Hall 104

Local Therapists & Additional Resources:

Online Mental Health Resources:

Aunt Martha’s Telehealth

Illume Counseling & Wellness Center:

OSF Healthcare Silvercloud:

Text Mental Health Resources:

State of Illinois Resources: Call4Calm – Text “Talk” or for information in Spanish text “Hablar” to 552020

Federal Disaster Distress Hotline – Text “talk with us” to 66736

Federal Disaster Distress Website

Resources for Eating Disorders

Stress Management Tools:

Heart-Healthy Habits

Coping with COVID-19

Workplace Health Promotion

The Science of Stress

Natural Stress Remedies for Right Now

Manage Stress Workbook

Stress in College Students

COMIC: When the bad news is endless, here's how to cope with your anxiety

How Students Can Cope with Covid-19 Stress Video:

At Danville Area Community College, we are here to support you because we are all in this together.