Get the Support You Need
Support Services through the NSCC Foundation
Find the resources you need through the NSCC Foundation.
Community Support Services by County
Mental Health Resources
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
The National Suicide Prevention 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 if you are struggling – call (800) 273-8255.
Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network
Crisis Text Line: text TN to 741741
Five free sessions via telephone teletherapy or video ("Virtual Visits") for current students through Agape Counseling. Request an appointment by calling 615-781-3000 and identifying yourself as a Nashville State student.
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.
Financial Empowerment Center
The Nashville Financial Empowerment Center offers free 1-on-1 counseling. The FEC helps students improve their credit scores, reduce debt, and build savings. You can make an appointment online or by calling 615-748-3620. Be sure to ask for Tierra!
Main Campus (W-90)
Monday and Thursday
Southeast Campus (Room 1324, Library)
Tuesday and Wednesday
Financial Empowerment Counselor
Support from Monroe Harding
Monroe Harding, Inc. and Nashville State are partnering to provide young adults in the foster care system or disconnected from education or work those essential supports needed to help them succeed in their education-to-career pursuit. This new partnership helps young people prepare for success at Nashville State, helps potential Nashville State students successfully navigate higher education entry, and helps current students achieve their education-to-career objectives.
In addition to assisting students with the college entry process, online learning support including tutoring, and career development support, Monroe Harding can serve eligible Nashville State students through our Works Wonders© career development and employer engagement program and our Youth Connections Resource Center. We offer essential support services that address needs such as nutrition, financial management, housing security, transportation, childcare, and funding to alleviate other barriers.
Homeless Student Liason
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 financial aid eligibility of homeless students and is available to help connect those students with available resources and services.
Homeless Student Liaison
Student Success Manager
Southeast Campus, Room 1005