Recognizing that total wellness is essential to academic success, Student Health Services strives to provide optimum physical and mental health services to the College community in a confidential environment with sensitivity to individual needs.
The student health services team consists of a multilingual and multiethnic team of licensed professionals that provide short-term quality care to support you with academic success. Our team is dedicated to respecting the diversity of Mt. SAC and attending to the unique needs of each student. We look forward to working with you to ensure that your full body and mind are cared for through your academic career at the college. We hope you explore the resources available to you at Student Health Services.
All information is confidential and available only to the patient, with few exceptions as mandated by law. Learn more about your Protected Health Information.
Contact a certified enrollment counselor from East Valley Community Health Center to assist with Medi-Cal Applications, Medi-Cal Renewals, Medi-Cal Q&A.
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Health Center Info.
If you are having a medical emergency or mental health crisis during business hours, please call (909) 274-4000, press 2 to speak with a staff member, or go to one of the clinics at Building 67B or 9E. You may also choose to call 911 or go to your nearest ER.
If you are having a medical emergency after hours, call 911 or go to the nearest ER.
Students experiencing significant emotional distress, or thoughts of harming self or others, have the following options:
- Call the afterhours service at (909) 274-4400. Press “2” and immediately be connected with a trained counselor.
- Call the Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-(800) 273-8255
- Text COURAGE to 741741 to reach the Crisis Text Line
- or Call 9-1-1 or go the nearest Emergency Room.
Just need someone to talk to, but don’t have thoughts of hurting yourself or others?
- Call LA County Department of Mental Health 24/7 1-(800) 854-7771, press 2
- California Peer-Run Warm Line 855-845-7415
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please contact Student Health Services at (909) 274-4400 at least 5 days in advance of event, workshop, or meeting.