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The Counseling Clinic will be temporarily halting client intake

2/10/2022

The Community Counseling Clinic is currently closing the intake form until further notice.

If you have a crisis please visit the nearest hospital emergency room or contact the national crisis hotline at 1-800-273-8255.  

About the Community Counseling Clinic

No-cost counseling services are provided by the advanced graduate students of the counseling program within Sul Ross State University Rio Grande College. The counselors apply the knowledge and skills learned in the graduate courses in order to provide valuable mental health services to children, adolescents and adults of all ages, couples and families.  Now, thanks to the advancements in teleconference software, the Community Counseling Clinic is no longer geographically confined. You can schedule either an in-person appointment or a virtual appointment with one of our counselors by clicking the link below and completing the requested registration information. If have additional questions or concerns about our Community Counseling Clinic, please directly contact Mr. Tad Martinez, Clinic Manager and Graduate Student Mentor (830-255-0962 or tad.mtz@gmail.com) or Ms. Enedelia Soto-Quintanilla, Instructor Assistant, Clinical Supervisor and  Graduate Student Mentor (830-275-2906 or eny2121@gmail.com).


If you are currently experiencing a mental health crisis, please call the national crisis hotline at (800-273-8255) or the emergency department of the hospital nearest to you.If you want to schedule an appointment, click on the button below.  If you would like to know more information, fill out the contact form below.