Personal Counseling

Student Health and Wellness Programs

As a non-residential institution, Southern Crescent Technical College expects that the student will normally secure medical services through a private physician. In case of a serious accident or illness, Southern Crescent Technical College will refer a student to the nearest hospital for emergency care. It is understood that the student or parent will assume full responsibility for the cost of such emergency care at the hospital including, ambulance charges, if in the opinion of the school authorities such service is necessary.

Tiger Assistance Program/TAP

The Tiger Assistance Program is a confidential counseling program designed to help students and family members who have personal problems that may interfere with academic performance and family life at no cost to them. They are available 24 hours per day 7 days per week, 365 days a year.  For more information, contact ESPYR at 866-734-5890 or Please log in using the password “ tigers ”.

Chat available by texting 94097

Download the free app from Apple Store or the Google Play Store; the code is “ tigers ”.

Interactive Screening Program

Useful Information Websites

The National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information

This site is provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. There are links for different age groups, publications, news, and other resources. Look here for information on issues ranging from date rape drugs to binge drinking to HIV/AIDS prevention.

Crime Prevention
Information on a variety of campus crime prevention topics.

Stop – Identification
You can identify unknown prescription and street drugs using this sites tools.

Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute, Univ. of Washington, Seattle
Get the science behind alcohol and drug abuse.  Get the  facts not the rumors.

American College Health Association
An organization of college and university health professionals.  This is a site that has training and program information that everyone can use.

FACE Truth and Clarity on Alcohol
A nationally recognized Alcohol Advocacy, Media Advocacy, and Training Group. FACE works in the Alcohol Education arena promoting Alcohol Awareness and Responsible Alcohol Practices.

Facts on Tap Alcohol and Your College Experience
Tips for avoiding abuse of alcohol while at college.

How marijuana can impact a teen’s life
Straight forward advice on drug use for teens and young adults.

Go Ask Alice! Alcohol, Nicotine, and Other Drugs
Information site from Columbia University on the effects of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug addictions.
Site that gives information on the dangers of binge drinking and alcohol abuse among college students.


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For more information, please visit the TAP website at or call 1-866-734-5890.