Virtual Care Group 

NTC recognizes the importance of offering services that help our students succeed not only in their classes, but in life. In these unprecedented times, the importance of access to mental health services has become an important tool for student success.

NTC is happy to announce that beginning July 1, 2021 NTC program students will have free, unlimited access to mental health therapy and on-demand crisis counseling via a tele-therapy platform. These services, provided by The Virtual Care Group, provide students access to a diverse group of licensed mental health providers who are competent in a variety of specialties. These services will be available to students 24 hours a day/7 days a week.

Students will receive an email to their student email account from The Virtual Care Group notifying them that they have access to their tele-therapy platform. We encourage you to take advantage of this wonderful service by activating your account so you have the ability to immediately access care should you need it in the future. 

For account access and more information visit: https://thevirtualcaregroup.com/ntc

Contact Shannon Livingston, Dean of Student Success at livingst@ntc.edu with questions.

Additional information about community health and human service resources can be accessed through United Way 2-1-1 links.

United Way 211

2-1-1 Wisconsin is a simple way to connect people in need with human services. Simply by dialing 2-1-1, people are linked to information about local resources, from both government and nonprofit organizations. From the single mother seeking food for her children to the senior citizen looking for in-home care, 2-1-1 brings people and community resources together.

United Way Resources

Relationship Violence Prevention/Student Advocacy

Visit any of the links below to learn what to do if you experience sexual assault, dating violence, or stalking. Clicking any of the links will also lead you to info on how to help a friend, and where & how to get help, or make a report. If you are concerned for your immediate safety, please dial 911.​