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Student Health Services (SHS) provides students with confidential medical services, crisis and short-term personal counseling, and referrals to community resources. Appointments can be made for acute illnesses and well care (including physical assessments and immunizations), routine laboratory tests, women's and men's reproductive health needs, and personal counseling. Many services are provided free of charge to enrolled students; nominal charges apply for lab testing, medications, and immunizations. For minor injuries and crisis situations, walk-in patients are prioritized as appropriate.
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Announcements

 
  • NAMI on campus- Mondays at 4:30pm in 913


Fall 2017 weekly groups:

 

      • Dealing with Anger - Mondays @ 12-1pm Room 911-B (enter from the cafeteria)

       

      • Rainbow Group - Tuesday @ 1-2pm Room 909-M

       

      • Mindful Stress Group - Wednesdays @ 12-1pm Room 915B

       

      • Expressive Arts Group -Thursday @12-1pm Room 909M

       

      • Anxiety Group - Thursday @ 11am- 12pm 909-M

       

      • Any A Group - Wednesday @ 3:00pm in 909-M

WHAT TO DO AFTER A TRAGIC EVENT

In the aftermath of a mass shooting tragedy, it’s normal to feel sadness, anxiety, fear, anger or any mix of these emotions. We encourage people to reach out to family, friends or counselors to express their feelings and explore effective and healthy ways to cope with their emotions. In the next few days and weeks, it will be important to look out for each other – be particularly aware of warning signs that someone is feeling hopeless or acute distress. The signs could include withdrawing and isolating oneself, not sleeping or sleeping all the time, increased use of drugs or alcohol and talking about death or dying.

If you or someone you know is experiencing signs of distress, please reach out to a mental health professional or get anonymous, free support by texting START to Crisis Text Line at 741-741 

At a time like this, the simple things will help – don’t hold feelings in, talk to friends, family and loved ones. Turn off the TV, computer and phone. Get up and get out – tragedies can weigh so heavily on us that it makes it hard to move. Take a walk, go to the gym, run errands, spend time with friends, volunteer to help. And lastly, everyone should take care of themselves and those around them – physical health and emotional connectedness can go a long way toward making you feel like yourself again.

The Jed Foundation embraces the community ideals that make humanity marvelous – connectedness, inclusion, diversity, acceptance, and compassion – it is our hope that these ideals provide the template for healing. Love is louder than violence, hate and pain.

Learn more about emotional health and how to help yourself, a friend or family member: jedfoundation.org/help

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We welcome students of all backgrounds, ages, and sexual orientations. We provide a safe environment for learning about your health needs and discovering your wellness potential.

For an appointment:

  • Walk in to Room 912
  • Phone: 831-479-6435


PERSONAL COUNSELING

Short-term personal counseling is available to all students by appointment. Referrals to community resources will be made for those wanting or needing ongoing care.

For more information about emotional health and wellness, go to Lifeline.

SEXUAL HEALTH SERVICES FOR WOMEN AND MEN

SHS offers counseling and testing for pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). We also provide condoms, emergency contraception, birth control method counseling and supplies, and annual well woman (pelvic) exams. See above for information on how to schedule an appointment.

We are a Family PACT provider! Come to Student Health Services to see if you are eligible for this program.

There are 20 million new sexually transmitted infections (STIs) each year. Photo of concerned young man. April is STD Awareness Month.


Contact Information
Aptos Campus
Location

Room 912

next to the cafeteria

Phone 831-479-6435

 

Spring

2018 Hours

 

 

 

 

Closed

 

Winter break

 

January 29- May 26

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday

8am - 5pm

Tuesday

8am-6pm

 

Friday

Closed

 

 

Dec 25 - Jan 26nd

 

 

Finals week hours

December

Mon 11th - Wed 13th 8:00am -4pm

Thursday 8am - 3pm

   
 

 

 

 

Watsonville Center
Location Student Resource Center
Phone 831-479-4738
 

 

 

   

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