Facing Life Challenges? SBCCD Cares
Mental health, safety, and community resources are available near you
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At Crafton Hills College:
For mental health resources at Crafton Hills College, students can call (909) 389–3272 or visit the Health & Wellness Office in Building 7, first floor.
If you are a student experiencing discrimination, please contact the Vice President of Student Services at (909) 389–3354 or email@example.com.
Visit our food pantry located at the Department of Student Life located in the Crafton Center (CCR). It’s the first office on your left when you enter the building, across from Admissions and Records. Go to https://www.craftonhills.edu/current-students/coach-cupboard.php
At San Bernardino Valley College:
Student Health Services. Mental health counseling, crisis support, on-campus support groups, medical service, referrals, and wellness education. Call (909) 384–4495 or go to https://www.valleycollege.edu/student-services/specialized-counseling-services/health-services/
If you are experiencing discrimination, please contact the SBVC Vice President of Student Services at (909) 384–4473 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
TAO Connect: Therapy assistance online. Self-help and support 24/7 wellness and treatment. https://us.taoconnect.org/register single sign-on with SBVC username/password.
Care Solace: Confidential tool or individual help from a care companion 24/7 to locate and connect with substance abuse or mental health services appropriate to your unique situation. www.caresolace.com/site/SBVC or 1–888–515–0595
Campus WELL online Magazine. Interactive online magazine providing education and ideas to meet the needs of college students, including health, nutrition, sleep, exercise, medical information, and social issues. Sent to student e-mail monthly; www.sbccd.campuswell.com
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Asian American Resource Center. Their mission is to improve educational, mental, and physical health and well-being by providing informational and developmental programs to Asian-Americans and other ethnic groups who are low-income, isolated, vulnerable, and under-served throughout San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. Office: 1133 South “E” Street
San Bernardino, CA 92408. Call (909) 383–0164 or go to http://www.aarc-ie.org/
Asian Mental Health Collective provider directory: https://www.asianmhc.org/therapists-us/
Asians for Mental Health: https://asiansformentalhealth.com
STOP AAPI Hate: https://stopaapihate.org/
County Crisis Intervention Team. Mobile crisis response and psychiatric emergencies. (909) 421–9233
Asian Americans Advancing Justice SoCal: https://www.ajsocal.org/
Crisis Stabilization Clinics 24hrs/7 days: Winsor 909–361–6470 (San Bernardino); Merrill 909–643–2340 (Fontana) A contracted services of San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health.
CRISIS Text Line. Free confidential crisis supports via text 24hrs/7days a week. Text: “Courage” to: 741741
9–8–8 Lifeline. If you’re thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States. Call 9–8–8 or visit https://988lifeline.org/
Need help paying bills or finding food? Call 2–11 or visit https://www.211.org/