Wellness Services

Wellness Services empowers student success by identifying challenges and helping students find the appropriate resources to assist them in meeting their educational goals. Wellness Services offers a full spectrum of services that encompass education, prevention and intervention strategies so that students may choose the service level that is right for their needs.

Due to COVID-19, face to face services are temporarily suspended. For mental health support by phone or email, please contact Chad Mikell at (918) 595-7569 (chad.mikell@tulsacc.edu). Students can also call the Student Assistance Program at 1-800-327-2251 24 hours a day/7 days a week to be connected with a counselor or utilize the Crisis Text Line by texting RELIEF to 741741. For longer term counseling or psychiatry needs, TCC’s counselors often refer to Counseling and Recovery Services for free and low cost options: https://crsok.org/

Health Education

Wellness provides comprehensive health education programs for students that impact overall well-being and support a healthy learning environment. We frequently partner with other college departments, Tulsa community agencies as well as national organizations to offer a variety of health education programs, trainings and presentations. Please contact us for partnering opportunities or speciļ¬c event information.

College Wide Programs

  • Health & Wellness Fairs
  • Fresh Check Day
  • Destress Fest
  • Pause for Paws
  • Stress Free Zones
  • Canines & Coffee
  • Sexual Health Education
  • QPR Suicide Prevention Training
  • On campus screening events: HIV, STI, mental health
  • Other: Flu shots, blood drives

Please visit the Events and Activities page for current semester information:

Events and Activities

For more information please contact:

Randii Harrald MS, CHES
Assistant Director Wellness Services
(918) 595-7270

Brittany Keen, BA
Health Promotion Coordinator
(918) 595-8323

Short Term Counseling

TCC Wellness Services offers up to 5 free and confidential mental health counseling sessions with a Licensed Professional Counselor as well as connection to community resources. Sessions are for currently enrolled TCC students and are by appointment only.

To learn more about services or to set up an appointment, please contact:

Chad Mikell, MS, LPC
LPC for Wellness Services
(918) 595-7569

Resource Coordination

TCC Wellness Services offers in person Resource Coordination. By connecting students with everyday needs, we hope to minimize the distress of our students and help them succeed with their personal and academic goals.

For assistance with community linkage/referrals, please contact:

Shatia Stephens, MS, BHCM II
Mental Health Outreach Coordinator
(918) 595-7570

Student Assistance Program

SAP (Student Assistance Program): TCC’s SAP services are a free college-sponsored benefit that provides you with an easily accessible, safe and confidential means to assist with any challenges that may interfere with school, work or family responsibilities. You will have access to confidential assistance to manage life’s challenges and stay happy, healthy and safe while in college.

FREE COUNSELING SESSIONS by: • Phone • Video • In-Person

To initiate services, call 1-800-327-2251. Your SAP is 100% confidential and is available 24/7.

In addition, students also have access to the MyBHS Portal, which contains a variety of resources to help improve your overall well-being, including articles, videos, health assessments, quizzes and interactive tools. You can view program announcements, access Live Chat, read monthly newsletters, tip sheets and more. Visit the MyBHS Portal. Enter MyBHS username: "TCCSTUDENT" and click the "Login Now" button.

Crisis Text Line

TCC Wellness Services has partnered with Crisis Text Line to offer free, 24/7, confidential support by text. Text RELIEF to 741741 at any time and place to speak anonymously with a trained Crisis Counselor.

Student Wellness Advisory Board (SWAB)

Students on the Student Wellness Advisory Board (SWAB) will work closely with the Wellness Services Department. They will provide feedback from a student’s perspective as well as advocate for the health and wellness of all TCC students.

Students should be interested in the following:

  • Furthering their leadership skills
  • Their own health and wellness
  • Committed to improving the health and wellness of the TCC community

The Student Wellness Advisory Board meets once a month during the Fall and Spring semester.

For more information please contact:

Randii Harrald MS, CHES
Assistant Director Wellness Services
(918) 595-7270

Online Screenings & Resources

Online Screenings:

ULifeline offers confidential self-evaluation tools and information for 13 of the most common mental health conditions that college students face.

Screening for Mental Health offers research based online assessments.

MyBHS is a Student Assistance Program online portal containing articles, videos, health assessments, quizzes and interactive tools. You can view program announcements, access Live Chat, read monthly newsletters, tip sheets and more. Password is TCCSTUDENT.

AlcoholScreening.org is a screening tool that can provide a student with confidential, personalized results based on age, gender, and drinking patterns.


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline / 1-(800) 273-8255 is a free and confidential number that connects the individual to a local crisis resource center. Translators are available for students who do not speak English; online chat is available for those who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Active Minds is aimed at increasing students' awareness of mental health issues, this website provides resources regarding mental health and encourages students to seek help as soon as it is needed.

College Drinking Prevention website is a one-stop resource for research-based information on issues related to alcohol use disorders and binge drinking among college students.

Depression Center Toolkit helps identify depression, substance use, and sleep disorders as well as provides tools for managing depression.

Half of Us features stories of students and high profile artists to increase awareness about mental health problems including eating disorders and self injury, while emphasizing the importance of getting help.

The Trevor Project / 1-(866) 488-7386 - The TrevorLifeline is a suicide hotline that provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth and young adults. Text and chat formats are also available.

Loveisrespect provides comprehensive education on healthy, unhealthy and abusive dating relationships and behaviors.

Planned Parenthood Chat/Text program connects you to a health educator through text (774636) or instant messaging to ask your sexual health questions. Everything is free and confidential.

Community Resources

Please call to verify that services are operational.

Sometimes finding resources within your community can be a challenging task. This list is not comprehensive, but it is a great place to start. The resources listed here are for convenience and informational use only.

Listing of resources does not indicate an endorsement or recommendation by TCC or the Wellness Staff. Please keep this in mind as you use this list as tool on your journey to success!

For a comprehensive list of resources, please contact Wellness Services at (918) 595-7570.

Youth Service of Tulsa

Provides a “safe place” for Tulsa youth and young adults by offering emergency and transitional options for shelter, food, and support.

(918) 582-0061

311 S Madison Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74120

Helping Hand Ministries

Offers short term assistance to Tulsans in need by providing financial assistance with rent, utilities, and prescriptions.

(918) 584-6923

700 S Boston Ave.
Tulsa OK 74119

Tulsa County Emergency Shelter

Provides temporary emergency housing for homeless families.

(918) 596-5560

2401 Charles Page Blvd.
Tulsa, OK 74127

John 3:16 Mission

Provides emergency shelter, food, and support to men within Tulsa area facing homelessness.

(918) 587-1187

506 N Cheyenne Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74103

Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless

Provides emergency shelter options, education, medical care and other supports to Tulsans in need.

(918) 583-5588

415 W Archer St.
Tulsa, OK 74103

Catholic Charities

Offers education and support to the Tulsa community by providing dental, food, pregnancy, immigration, migration, housing, counseling, and adoption services.

(918) 949-4673

2450 North Harvard Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74115

Domestic Violence Intervention Services

Offers education, shelter, crisis support, and counseling services to individuals affected by domestic violence and sexual assault.

(918) 743-5763

3124 E Apache St.
Tulsa, OK 74110

Counseling and Recovery Services of Tulsa

Provides treatment, information, education, and support to adults and children who struggle with mental health and/or substance abuse. (offers income-based sliding scales)

(918) 492-2554

7010 S Yale Ave., Ste 215
Tulsa, OK, 74136

Tulsa Health Department

Provides low-cost STI education, testing, and treatment.

(918) 582-9355

Services offered at several locations:

  • Central Regional Health Center
    315 S. Utica Ave.
    Tulsa, OK 74104
  • Collinsville Health Center
    1201 W. Center St.
    Collinsville, OK 74021
  • North Regional Health and Wellness Center
    5635 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
    Tulsa, OK 74126
  • Sand Springs Health Center
    306 E. Broadway St.
    Sand Springs, OK 74063

Community Health Connection

Provides comprehensive medical services with approachable options for payment. (offers income based sliding scales)

(918) 622-0641

Services offered at several locations:

  • Eastside (medical and behavioral health)
    9912 East 21st St.
    Tulsa, OK 74129
  • Kendall-Whittier (medical, dental, pharmacy, and behavioral health)
    2321 East 3rd St.
    Tulsa, OK 74104
  • Rosa Parks (medical)
    13702 East 46th Pl. South
    Tulsa, OK 74134