Hawks Care Resource Center and Counseling Services
Harper welcomes you to schedule an in-person appointment. Please see the contact information
below for both on-campus and remote availability. We look forward to seeing you!
At Harper College, we believe in you and will help you reach your goals. Counseling
Services provides support to students across three main areas: Career, Personal and Educational Counseling.
Whether you need help fine-tuning your goals, tips for motivation and stress relief,
help conquering fears about college life, or improving your success habits, we can
help. Services are offered individually, in workshop, and small group formats for
Harper students, free of charge. Call 847-925-6393 to make an appointment.
We're Here for You!
Recent events such as devastating disasters, the elimination of the constitutional
right to abortion access, medical issues, spiking inflation, mass shootings, and other
acts of violence, can contribute to stress and trauma. There are specific things you
can do to help yourself and your loved ones cope with the emotional aftermath of stress
and trauma. Coping mechanisms are strategies people often use in the face of stress
and/or trauma to help manage painful or difficult emotions.
There are many options for coping – start exploring the resources below and reach
out to Counseling Services for additional support!
Get on track with Welltrack Boost!
Welltrack Boost is a self-guided and interactive way to manage your mental well-being.
It is an online tool designed to help you understand your feelings of stress, anxiety,
or depression. Students are able to monitor their mood, assess their mental health
and connect with campus resources. Welltrack Boost is confidential, anonymous, and
secure. It is easy to use right on your phone, tablet, or computer. All students have
free access to mental health support through Welltrack Boost, in addition to support services provided by Student Development Counseling Faculty!
Mental Health Resources
Know the Warning Signs and how to reach out for help if you or someone you care about is struggling. Suicidal
thoughts or behaviors should always be taken seriously. There is hope and you are
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest Emergency Room.
24-Hour Crisis Hotlines:
AMITA 24/7 Crisis Line 800.432.5005
988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline 988 or 800.273.TALK (8255) (chat also available)
TTY: Dial 711 then 988 or use
preferred relay service
Crisis Text Line Text HOME to 741741
Veterans Crisis Line Dial 988 and Press 1 or Text 838255 (chat also available)
ULifeline - an anonymous, confidential resource where you can be comfortable searching for
information regarding mental health and suicide prevention.