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Student Counseling

Depressed student on a bench.
As you pursue your education, you will encounter challenges that will affect your ability to be successful. Concerns about relationships, family, stress, body image, and drug and alcohol abuse can cause distress and problems with day-to-day living. This student success program is available to all full- or part-time Broward College students.


Are you dealing with. . . ?

  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Low Self-Esteem
  • Depression
  • Anger
  • Substance Abuse
  • Disturbing Thoughts
  • Sexual Assault


To schedule an appointment or for 24-hour crisis support call 954-424-6916

 The Student Assistance Program (SAP) offers -

  • 24-Hour Hotline
  • Six free visits with a licensed mental health professional
  • Referral for additional sessions priced at your ability to pay
  • Comfortable, confidential environment
  • Services offered in Broward County
Lonely girl against the wall. Need help coping?

Welcome to the Broward College Student Assistance Program (SAP) provided by Henderson Student Counseling Services.

The SAP provides individual mental health counseling, assessment, consultation and campus outreach services to the Broward College community.

Feel free to utilize these services to assist you in coping with issues you may encounter.

Henderson Student Counseling Services is a leader in behavioral healthcare providing comprehensive, recovery-focused services. Services range from stress management and coping strategies to psychiatric assessment and crisis intervention.

Henderson is accredited to provide Student Counseling Services by the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).

About the services

Students who use these services are eligible for up to six counseling sessions free of charge. If your concerns cannot be resolved in six sessions, continuing mental health services based on a sliding fee scale shall be made available through referral to appropriate community resources. Your counseling is confidential by law. Information about your treatment will not be released without your written permission.
What to expect at your first appointment 
There will be a comfortable, therapeutic environment where you can explore your current challenges. A counselor who is professionally trained and licensed will discuss with you the reasons you chose this service. Your counselor will be respectful and attentive, will listen and ask questions, and will address your concerns with you.

Mental Health Brochure


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