COVID-19 Update: On-site face-to-face credit classes and labs will be held as shown in the 2020 Fall Class Schedule. The first day of the Fall Semester is Monday, Aug. 24, 2020.
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    SCC Psychology Sociology Club CAPS Video 
     SCC Psychology Sociology Club with VoH
    SCC Psychology Sociology Club with VoH Video 

Counseling Assistance Program for Students (CAPS)

  • CAPS is now serving students at SCC locations!

    The Counseling and Assistance Program for Students provides FREE and CONFIDENTIAL counseling for SCC students. The services include:

    • Individual, couple & family counseling
    • Mental health & substance abuse assessment
    • Support and therapy groups

    If you are an SCC student and need counseling services, please contact Kalika Jantzen at or 402-437-2286. If you are already working with an SCC CAPS counselor/intern, please contact that person directly. Services are available at a SCC location near you if needed. CAPS continues to encourage students to attend appointments virtually at this time if possible. Please read attached document for more information.
    Updated Informed Consent for CAPS

    Our counselors can help individuals, couples and families struggling with:



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    Grief & Trauma

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    Diversity Concerns

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    Relationship Difficulties

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    Sexuality Concerns

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    Body Image Concerns

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    Gender Concerns

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    Alcohol & Drug Abuse

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    Personal Concerns

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    Schedule an Appointment

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    Pricing: SCC students are eligible for up to 15 individual and 10 group sessions at no charge each academic year.

    Privacy and Confidentiality: All CAPS services are confidential. Information is released only with the written consent of the client, except as required by law.

    Learn more about funding, privacy, and confidentiality for SCC’s CAPS Program.

    Interested in learning more about helping SCC students in need, check out HOPE Squad.