Mental Health Counseling
Mission - Vision - Philosophy
The mission of UACCB/WRMC counseling department is guided by mission statements of The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville and White River Medical Center.
The UACCB/WRMC counseling department will provide quality mental health treatment to all individuals regardless of age, gender identity, sexual orientation, racial and ethnic background, marital status, socioeconomic status, nationality, and physical and mental ability.
It is the mission of the UACCB/WRMC counseling department to promote personal and academic success through counseling for personal growth and wellness of students.
UACCB/WRMC counseling department aims to offer students, faculty, and staff exceptional and comprehensive mental health counseling, assessment, crisis support, connection to community resources, and education. The UACCB/WRMC counseling department will support the mission of UACCB and WRMC and promote a learning environment that supports personal growth and academic success.
UACCB/WRMC counseling department recognizes that the academic journey is stressful in itself and that the additional external factors may detract from the academic experiences. UACCB/WRMC counseling department acknowledges the role of positive mental health in academic success. UACCB/WRMC counseling department strives to create an environment that empowers students to positively respond to challenges which will lead to both personal and academic growth.
UACCB/WRMC counseling department will provide services on fair, equitable, and non-discriminatory basis in accordance with institutional policies and with all applicable state/provincial and federal statues and regulations.
UACCB/WRMC counseling department will maintain an educational and work environment free from discrimination in accordance with the law and institutional policy.
Counseling Services are available to students at UACCB. The counseling office will be open Monday-Friday 8:00 am-5:00 pm.
If you are suffering with mental health issues like stress, anxiety, depression, please contact Maggie Beshears, LPC.
This service can provide other mental health resources. The office number is 870-612-2035. This is a non-crisis line.
For immediate assistance, please go to the nearest emergency room, contact 911, or call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1800-273-8255.
In Partnership With:
Maggie Beshears, LPC
Behavioral Health Therapist
Director of Counseling
UACCB / White River Medical Center