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LifeLINE 

LifeLINE Assistance Program

The College provides individual counseling specific to longer term alcohol and other drug abuse, and mental health issues to students and staff through the LifeLINE Assistance Program, located in Counseling Services, Room E121. Wolfgang Wallschlaeger MSE, CSAC, ICS is the LifeLINE Therapist. Counseling is provided along with access to a variety of information in many forms.


Issues include:

  • Alcohol and other drug abuse
  • Codependency
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Test Anxiety
  • Stress Management
  • Coping skills

This confidential service is provided at no additional cost to current students.

Counseling is confidential. However, we are legally bound to report potential suicide, homicide and suspected child/elder abuse. The staff adheres to the American Counseling Association's ethical guidelines (www.counseling.org)

For a confidential appointment, call Counseling Services at (920) 735-5696.

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