The Mental Health Program provides knowledge and skills in the service areas of mental health, mental retardation, and alcohol and other drug abuse.
We offer coursework, certificates and an associate degree that prepare students to transfer to mental health programs at four-year institutions. Our coursework contributes to a basis of knowledge that complements other programs.
Course topics include:
Mental health professionals share in the personal reward of helping individuals with psychological and social difficulties in need of their services.
Individuals entering this field should possess:
State licensure is required for chemical dependency counselors.
Cynthia Savage, LPC, LCDC, Assistant Professor/Coordinator
Updated March 20, 2015