CASC Student Affairs is designated as the first stop for students/employees in assisting them with primary care health services and holistic health prevention measures through a partnership with Stigler Health & Wellness Center, Inc. Dental Mobile Unit Services will also be provided each semester on the CASC-Poteau Campus and the Sallisaw Health & Wellness Center. Please contact the Office of Student Affairs for a “Healthcare Eligibility Form”.
Poteau Health & Wellness Center and Sallisaw Health & Wellness Center will provide treatment of minor illness, injuries, and behavioral health services, which includes alcohol & drug counseling. Understand that the student/employee is responsible for providing Medicaid, Private Insurance, and/or paying the minimum Office Visit Fees; CASC has no obligation for payment of the minimum Office Visit Fees.
Student Counseling Services
Carl Albert State College is committed to assisting students in all areas of their lives. Student success and well-being is of the utmost importance and it is our goal to improve the quality of life so that personal and academic growth can take place. CASC suggests students utilize the preventative counseling services that are provided through the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse.
In addition the following local agency, Cavanal Counseling, will provide free counseling services for victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Choctaw Nation Project SAFE has provided a grant to cover these costs for all CASC students. Students can also get assistance or chat through The National Domestic Violence Hotline @ 1-800-799-7233.
CASC students, up to the age of 25, that may be a threat to themselves or others, can contact the Sequel Care Crisis Line 24/7 @ 918-647-6719.
For additional assistance, please contact the Office of Student Affairs in Hemphill Hall at 918-647-1370.