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EFSCares Student Counseling

As part of a College partnership with GEE Resolutions, EFSCares is a free, confidential student counseling service available to all part- and full-time enrolled students. Simply call the phone number, 321-631-8569, and identify yourself as an EFSC student, and the GEE Resolutions staff will connect you to a licensed and/or certified professional who will assess your personal situation and schedule you for additional counseling sessions as needed.

EFSC students are eligible to receive up to six free, individual face-to-face counseling sessions per year. It's part of our commitment to show you that all of us at EFSC care about students. EFSC does not track your information. This is a private, confidential service designed to help you when you need it most. 

Getting a college degree is an exciting and prosperous adventure; however, you may face challenges along the way. Don’t let issues you may be having prevent you from getting your degree. Get the help you need today!

Student Testimonial

"I did utilize this service, and I had a great experience with it. It was very easy to do and everyone involved was pleasant. All I had to do was call the number and give them some basic information, and they gave me a list of options on providers I could visit. I then simply chose my provider and called them back with that information. They faxed the papers right to the provider and I had three absolutely free counseling sessions. It was very confidential. I encourage more students to take advantage of this free service, as they may receive help with a variety of different issues or concerns."

— Michele Graham, EFSC Student

Help is Available

For immediate assistance:
Call the EFSCares Hotline at

For additional information:

Emily Tonn, M.A.
Student Assistance Program Liaison

Additional Resources