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Counseling Resources

Community Resources for Montgomery County Students



NAMI is the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.


Student Success Tip Sheets


Road to Recovery (R2R) (more information here)

Is a support group for students addicted to alcohol or other substances, or who are affected by family and friends who are addicted. R2R provides support, resources, and education to help students find hope and a new pathway to recovery. Meetings are held in a safe and confidential environment to ensure students can share feelings and experiences.

R2R meets every Thursday from 12pm-1pm in Building 6 142 (conference room).
Leaders of Support Group:

Brenda Smith, MS,  CDCA II, Counseling Services Counselor
Johh Potter, MA, LPC, Accessibility Services Counselor


Suicide Prevention (more information here)

If you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts or feelings, you can get help from our counselors at Sinclair by calling the office at 937-512-3032 and setting up an appointment. In addition to counseling at Sinclair, you can contact the following agencies in an emergency:

These are the various addictions we can assist with:
  • Gambling
  • Alcohol
  • Drugs
  • Smoking
  • Credit Cards
  • Dieting

Hope Link

Sinclair’s Hope Link app provides guidance for supporting a friend in need, suicide prevention, or coping with mental health challenges. With the “My Support Network” function, users can create a customized collection of just those contacts they especially want to quickly access and reach out by phone or text during difficult times.

Hope Link also provides easy and centralized access to potentially life-saving resources and services offered on campus and in the community, including crisis hotlines. The Hope Link app is designed for students, parents, friends of students, faculty and staff. The Hope Link app better prepares people to help a friend, loved one or themselves.

DOWNLOAD: iOS Apple | Android

Screen Captures of Hope Link App