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Walla Walla Community College

Empowering Your Well-being

WWCC Counseling Services offers a range of mental health services, from individual and group counseling to referrals and resource connection.  Services are free and confidential for all enrolled students. We are here to help you navigate personal, social, educational, and mental health concerns that impact your academic success at WWCC.

Our goal is to help you improve coping and develop skills to achieve personal wellness and academic success in a safe and welcoming environment.

You may be referred to a community provider for long-term, specialized therapy options, hospitalization, and services that are outside the scope of assistance provided by our department.

Counselors hold master’s degrees in a behavioral health field and are credentialed through the Washington State Department of Health.

Caley Moyer

Paris Davis

Self-Help Resources & Tools

Explore our Warrior Wellness Canvas Course for additional self-help materials and resources, available for all students, faculty, and staff. You can sign yourself up through the button below.

Warrior Wellness Canvas Course
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In-Person & Online Services Available

In-person counseling services are available on the Walla Walla campus by appointment. Drop-in sessions are offered on the Walla Walla campus, subject to availability.

Telemental health (online) counseling is available to enrolled students. Students must be physically located in Washington State at the time of the online counseling appointment due to licensure restrictions.  For students that are not located in Washington, please contact one of our counselors for information regarding resources and referrals to providers in your area.

TalkCampus is a 24/7, anonymous, free app where you can talk with other students from around the world about the ups and downs of life. Your student email address will give you free access, just download TalkCampus from the app stores. More info here:  TalkCampus Sign-up

Blue Mountain Health Cooperative in Walla Walla offers same day/walk-in appointments at no charge on Tuesday – Thursday; 2330 Eastgate St Ste 105, Walla Walla, WA 99362; (509) 973-5788.

Crisis & Emergency Contacts

911 – For emergency

Walla Walla Crisis Response – 509.524.2999

Clarkston Crisis Line – 509.758.3341

Columbia County Crisis Line – 509.382.1164

Umatilla Region Crisis Line – 541.240.8030

Crisis Text Line – Text HEAL to 741741 to text with a crisis counselor

Trevor Life Line (LGBTQ) – 866.488.7386

Trans Life Line – 877.565.8860

National Sexual Assault Hotline – 800.656.4673

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – Dial 988

YWCA Crisis Line – 509.529.9922


Please take into consideration that confidentiality will be considered by the Counseling Service at every point but cannot be guaranteed when communicating with students by phone, email, or internet. We are attempting to provide the highest level of service to students under these difficult circumstances. Your understanding of the circumstances and the possible limits to confidentiality is implicit in your communication with the Counseling Service.

Information disclosed by the student during counseling is protected under confidentiality regulations of Washington law (RCW 18.225.100), but information may be released under the following exceptions as mandated by Washington law (RCW 18.225.105):

  1. With your written authorization for use and disclosure of information, or in the case of death or disability, the authorization of your personal representative.
  2. To any individual if the counselor reasonably believes that disclosure will avoid or minimize a serious, foreseeable or imminent risk to you or any other individual.
  3. When there is reasonable cause to believe that a child, dependent adult or vulnerable person is being or has been abused or neglected.
  4. When the student waives the privilege of confidentiality by bringing charges, complaints, lawsuit or dispute against the counselor.
  5. If the counselor receives a subpoena from the court to provide information. If this happens, only the minimum information necessary to satisfy the court’s order will be provided.

General Mental Health Information