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Suicide Prevention 24-Hour Crisis Hotline Please call 970-252-6220 if you or someone that you know is in need of assistance.
Mission Community Church exists to bring God glory, to equip servants of Jesus Christ, and to share God’s Love, so that the whole world may know Him. Values Biblical Teaching. For all ages, encourage growth in the Word, in the Spirit, and in faith. Prayer. God hears our prayers and answers them. Prayer should undergird everything we plan and do. Care. Godly care for people’s needs. Worship. “To enable all persons to freely experience a worshipful relationship with Jesus Christ, in a safe environment.” Evangelism. Reaching out to people of all ages, locally and worldwide, to proclaim the good news of God’s grace. Welcoming. A loving, encouraging, hopeful, accepting, community is filled with God’s love and joy. Fellowship. We are a family, regardless of where we come from Vision Statement “I have come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly” ~ John 10:10
The Counseling Center Mental Health Services are provided by The Center for Mental Health. We are in the Campus Health Center at 104 Tomichi Hall. Full-time students, faculty and staff can receive up to seven free, behavioral-health counseling sessions each academic year. (Additional mental health services may be referred). Counseling Services: Counseling Services provide information and support to Western students, faculty and staff about any issue, including, but not limited to, adjustment, relationships, grief or loss, anxiety, depression, urgent consultation, and crisis intervention. Counseling Center Hours: The Counseling Center is open during the Western Academic Calendar. (We are closed on holidays, vacations and university breaks): MONDAY thru FRIDAY, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Phone Number: 970.642.4615 (appointments strongly recommended) Emergency and after hours phone number is 970.252.6220. Please tell the answering service that you are from Western, in Gunnison and need to speak with the Community Mental Health Emergency Professional on-call. Give them your phone number and name, and they should call you back within 15 minutes. Stay by the phone. If you have not heard back from them in 15 minutes, call again. You may also call 911 or go directly to the Gunnison Valley Hospital at 711 N. Taylor Street. (There may be charges for the hospital and lab) Links on any Counseling Center pages to non-college sites do not represent endorsement […]
Laurie began her counseling career in 2008 when she began working as a Family Preservation Therapist for the Emily Griffith Center doing in-home family therapy. She now works privately counseling children and adults of all ages offering individual, couples, and family counseling both in her office and in client’s homes. Laurie contracts with Gunnison county working with families involved in child welfare system with the goal of keeping children and their families together. She also works with the juvenile justice system in order to help adolescents meet mandated treatment goals. Laurie is also a provider for Living Journeys, an organization providing services to individuals living with cancer and their families. She co-facilitates an adolescent group partnering with Adaptive Sports for teens affected directly or indirectly by cancer. She is also a co-facilitator for the Love and Logic parenting course. Her office is located at 125 N. Main St., Suite A, in Gunnison. Please call for more information or to schedule a consultation. Specialties Issues ADHD Academic Underachievement Adoption Alcohol Abuse Anger Management Anxiety Behavioral Issues Bipolar Disorder Borderline Personality Child or Adolescent Chronic Impulsivity Chronic Pain Codependency Coping Skills Depression Developmental Disorders Divorce Domestic Abuse Domestic Violence Dual Diagnosis Eating […]