Health & Wellbeing
At Nashville State we believe that when students feel their best, they do their best. If you find that you need extra support for your mental or physical wellbeing, please reach out to one of the resources below. We’re here for you!
Mental Health Resources
Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
The Suicide and Crisis Lifeline provides free and confidential support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Skilled, trained crisis workers are available to listen and support you if you are struggling – call 988 or text "TN" to 741-741.
- Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network
- Crisis Text Line: text TN to 741-741
Nashville State, in coordination with the TN Board of Regents, has partnered with
Recuro Health to provide low-cost teletherapy services to our students. Click on the
link below for a referral. If you are unable to pay for mental health services, please
contact the Student Resource Manager at 615-353-3654 or April.Robinson@nscc.edu.
Care Referral Form
The Steve Fund
The Steve Fund
Nationwide crisis and support network dedicated to students of color.
The Suicide Prevention Wellness Guide
The Summit Wellness Group
Includes resources for LGBTQ+, Veterans, Suicide & Addiction, and more.
Student Support CARE ReferralComplete Form
For low-cost telemedicine services, Nashville State students can contact Recuro Health and have access to a telehealth provider. Click the link below for contact information.
Homeless Student Liaison
In accordance with House Bill 1000/Senate Bill 763 (now Public Chapter 266), Nashville State Community College has designated a staff member to serve as a homeless student liaison to assist homeless students who are enrolled or planning to enroll, in the institution. This liaison understands the provisions pertaining to the financial aid eligibility of homeless students and is available to help connect those students with available resources and services.
For assistance, contact April.Robinson@nscc.edu.
If you need support, please contact the Student Resource Manager.
Our student resource manager, April Robinson, works with the Nashville State student to provide emotional support and facilitate community resource connections. April serves as a support link between students, faculty, and staff, supporting student academic success. Her role also includes collaboration with community partners, where she serves as an educator and advocate for Nashville State students. Focus includes developmental disabilities, substance abuse, mental health, and child welfare. April earned a Bachelor's in Psychology and a Master of Science in Social Work from the University of Tennessee.
Room W-90A, White Bridge Campus