Counseling Center Office Hours
The UJ Counseling Center is here to provide support and listen. We can also help you connect with local counseling providers. Our licensed counselors are not, by law, licensed to prescribe, manage or recommend medications.
Megan Busch joined the UJ Counseling Center team in 2018. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and a Licensed Addiction Counselor in North Dakota. Megan works in private practice at Advance in Recovery PLLC in Carrington. She earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology and Sociology from Concordia College (Moorhead, MN) and her Master’s Degree in Community Counseling from Minnesota State University Moorhead.
Jeri Lynch grew up on a dairy farm in New Salem, ND. After graduating from high school, she attended Dickinson State University for 2 years and then transferred to University of Jamestown to begin pursuing her interest in counseling with a major in psychology. She graduated in 1984 with majors in psychology, English and secondary education. She taught and subbed at schools in ND and TX. Eventually, she returned to school to get her master’s degree in counseling. As a Licensed Professional Counselor with the state of ND, she works part time for Lutheran Social Services as an Intensive In-Home Family Therapist and as a counselor for Temple Baptist Church. She is married and has 3 adult children.
Caroline Homan is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in North and South Dakota. Caroline enjoys helping people uncover opportunities for growth and understanding so they can experience life in meaningful ways. She seeks to create a safe and supportive space for students to explore new possibilities and creative solutions to challenging problems. Caroline earned her Master of Science in Child Development and Family Science from North Dakota State University (2008) and her Bachelors in Art from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Curious about the world around her, she loves to travel and has a deep respect for culture and its influence on our lives.
Psychiatric and Human Services
South Central Human Service Center is one of eight regional human service centers within the North Dakota Department of Human Services. The center provides a wide range of human services. Mission: Our mission is to provide quality, efficient, and effective human services, which improve the lives of people.
The staff may include professionals trained in the following specialties: psychiatry, psychology, addiction counseling, social work, counseling, case management, nursing, and vocational rehabilitation. Some services may be provided through contracts.
For Vocational Rehabilitation services:
Phone: (701) 253-6388
TTY: (701) 253-6414
The mission of the Central Valley Health District is the promotion of optimal community health.In addition to, providing comprehensive health services to Jamestown, North Dakota and surrounding communities in Stutsman and Logan counties, the Central Valley Health District (CVHD) is the lead agency for eight counties in southeast central North Dakota. Programs include: Nursing, Environmental Health, Family Planning, WIC, Women’s Way, Tobacco Prevention, Emergency Preparedness and Response, HIV/STD testing, Immunizations, Car Seat and Safety, OPOP (Optimal Pregnancy Outcome Program), School Health, and The Sexual Assault Response Team.
Other Area Mental Health Services