Personal Counseling Assistance Program
In the event you are experiencing a crisis or emergency situation when you are on campus, you will be given priority attention. Please come to the Counseling Center in CTC 202 or call 815-224-0361 or 815-224-0324 or contact Mental Health Counseling and Resources. When calling or visiting, be sure to indicate that you need to speak to a counselor about a personal and urgent issue so that you can be given first priority.
If you or someone you know is experiencing:
Low Self Esteem
Lack of Confidence
Feelings of Anxiety
Sexual Orientation Issues
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Fear of Failure
Counseling sessions are confidential. IVCC Counselors operate within ACA professional guidelines and are professionally and ethically obligated to keep what you say confidential. Collaboration with referral sources and information about your counseling session (s) will be not be released to, or discussed with, anyone outside the P-CAP program without your explicit, written permission, except in the event of harm to self or others.
Your academic status will not be jeopardized by seeking assistance. The decision to
utilize these services must be voluntary.
P-CAP is for all students of race, ethnicity, religion, & economic status.