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Sometimes students find that our services at the Student Counseling Center may not meet their needs. Some students may feel more comfortable seeking services outside of the University, some may want more sessions than what SCC can provide, and some may have been recommended by an SCC counselor for long-term or more specialized care.
SCC Referral Assistance services begin with an appointment with the Clinical Case Manager. During your meeting, the case manager will gather poignant information necessary for a successful referral, such as health care needs, location, gender/race preferences, and insurance coverage. If you are already receiving SCC services, please ask your counselor to schedule an appointment. If not, please call us at 410-328-8404 and ask for an appointment with the Clinical Case Manager.