Mental health support is available during regular business hours Monday through Friday, by walk-in or appointment. Please see or contact the following individuals:

  • Anita Hanson, Vice President of Student Services and Enrollment Management,  218-879-0805
  • Ashley Tegels, Social Worker, 218-879-0898

 

Personal Counseling

Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College partners with the Human Development Center, Cloquet and Fond du Lac Clinics’ Behavioral Health department to provide students with counseling support. For more information, please contact FDLTCC’s Social Worker at 218-879-0898.

Frequent areas that students talk to a counselor about include mental health, domestic violence, sexual violence, grief support, college transition and career planning, and a range of emergency and crisis issues. Students are encouraged to work with our counselor, or you can find assistance through contacting the agencies and services listed below.

 

Mental Health Screening

FDLTCC offers an online Mental Health Screening, for students who may have questions or concerns about whether to seek support for common, treatable mental health issues such as depression, alcohol, eating disorders and more. This online screening is free and confidential. It is offered so that you may find out – in a few minutes – whether or not professional consultation would be helpful to you. Results are not shared with campus professionals. Please visit mentalhealthmn.org for more information and to take a free, anonymous screening.

Local Mental Health Resources

Fond du Lac Human Services  927 Trettel Lane, Cloquet 218-879-1227

St. Louis County Human Development Center 1401 East First Street, Duluth 218-728-4491

Behavioral Health Referral Center Hotline (Duluth) 1-888-826-0099 or 218-723-0099

Cloquet Human Development Center
(218) 879-4559
11th St, Cloquet, MN 55720

Fond du Lac Min No Aya Win Health Services Center and Behavioral Health program
(218) 879-1227
Loop Dr, Cloquet, MN 55720

The United Way’s 2-1-1 service provides free and confidential health and human service information 24 hours a day. Call 211, text your ZIP code to 989-211 or Connect with 211 online.

Local Domestic/Sexual Violence Resources

Fond du Lac Human Services – 927 Trettel Lane, Cloquet, 218-879-1227

Family Pathways, Carlton Parenting Time Services – 230 Chestnut Ave, or PO Box 121, Carlton, 651-674-8040

Safe Haven –  414 West First Street, Duluth, 218-728-6481

PAVSA – 32 East 1st Street, Duluth, 218-726-1931, (24-hour crisis line), 218-726-1442

Crisis Numbers

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline (formerly known as the National suicide Prevention Lifeline)
Anyone in a mental health crisis can call, text, or chat using 988 and you will be connected to trained crisis counselors.

TXT4LIFE (because sometimes you just need someone to talk to) Text “LIFE” to 61222

PAVSA  (24-hour crisis line for sexual violence)  218-726-1931

Minnesota Crisis Hotline    1-800-634-8775

Behavioral Health Referral Center Hotline (Duluth) 1-888-826-0099 or 218-723-0099

Birch Tree Center
4720 Burning Tree Road
Duluth, MN 55811
(218) 623-1800
844-77BIRCH
844-772-4724
A community and regional collaborative providing mobile crisis services and residential crisis stabilization to adults experiencing a mental health crisis or emergency.

Crisis Text Line  
Text MN to 741741
Crisis Text Line is a suicide prevention resource for residents in Minnesota. They can help you with relationship issues, general mental health, and suicide.

Let’s Talk MN
(218) 623-1800 or 844-772-4724 or visit LetsTalkMN.com
We can: help children and adults, answer questions and connect you with resources, dispatch a mobile crisis team, and offer short-term residential crisis services.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK (800-273-8255)
suicidepreventionlifeline.org
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s 24-hour toll-free crisis hotline can put you in contact with your local crisis center that can tell you where to seek immediate help in your area.

Trevor Lifeline
866-488-7386
thetrevorproject.org/pages/get-help-now
A crisis intervention and suicide prevention phone service available 24/7 for LGBTQ youth.

 

 

 

Testimonials

It is awesome here at the FDLTCC Education Program because it is like a family here, if you need help or are struggling with anything, you have quite a few people who will help you out.

My favorite thing about FDLTCC is the people. I’ve met fantastic students, faculty and staff who go above and beyond what I expected.

I chose FDLTCC because of its size and the curriculum. When I first came here in 2019, I was just looking for what I needed to volunteer, perhaps in a crisis shelter. I met with Don Jarvinen, and the rest is history.