Saturday, February 5, 2011

Hawkreach counsels students in need

Jonathan McCall

     Hawkreach, formally known as Counseling Services, provides students with services for those who may be stressed, depressed or even feeling discouraged about their college life.
     “Here at Hawkreach we can provide resources, education, awareness, counseling and hope to students in need,” said Lindsey Sanders, counselor at Hawkreach
     The Hawkreach program provides NSU students a free short-term means of counseling in order to assess their needs. Students can have a safe and secure environment to discuss their situations with people who are there to help them, but Hawkreach does not stop there.
     “We also provide referrals and resources for students after our sessions have ended if they need it in the Tahlequah community,” said Sanders. “One of our main goals is to provide students with the necessary tools that they need when they leave here.”
     The offices of the Hawkreach are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Their offices are located in North Leoser Hall with an entrance in the front of the building. 
     Male and female counselors are available upon request. For more information about Hawkreach Counseling Services, call (918) 444-2042.

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