Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Health Services is now operating remotely.

To be connected to a nurse, make an appointment with a mental health provider, or for general questions, please call us Monday - Friday:

                      From 8am-12pm, call 209-575-6281

                      From 1pm-5pm, call 209-575-6038

                      *Closed 12-1pm for lunch


COVID-19 Resources   

Immediate Help 

  • 24/7 Health and Human Services Help: For Stanislaus County residents, call 2-1-1 or go to www.stanislauscounty211.org for assistance with food, housing, health, transportation, mental health, substance use, and legal services.
  • 24/7 Domestic Violence Hotline, call (800) 799-7233 or click Chat Now; Call 911 if you or the person you are helping is in immediate danger.
  • 24/7 Free Medi-Nurse Call Line for COVID-19 Questions: Operated through CA Dept. of Health Care Services, for those without insurance or for those with Medi-Cal but without a regular doctor. Call (877) 409-9052 to speak with a nurse.
  • 24/7Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Call 1-800-273-8255 or text "COURAGE" to 741741
  • 24/7 Mental Health Support: Offered through Stanislaus County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services. If you have a concern about your mental health or the mental health of a loved one, please call us at (209) 558-4600. We can help connect you to the appropriate behavioral health care and/or community support. To learn more visit: http://www.stancounty.com/bhrs
  • Pirate Care offers 24/7 free and unlimited access to a mental health provider from a mobile device or computer. Pirate Care

Local and State Public Health 

Community Resources

  • Have you lost a loved one to COVID-19? Jessica's House offers grief support to children, teens, young adults, and their families
  • HEALTHY HIGHWAY, sponsored by Health Plan of San Joaquin: Daily pick-ups of FREE food, nutrition and exercise programs. Monday – Friday from 2-5pm, 628 Lincoln Center, Stockton.
  • Health Plan of San Joaquin and COVID-19 (English and Spanish): Medical care and access information for those with Health Plan of San Joaquin insurance.
  • Income Resources: Current government benefits and financial aid resources that may provide financial relief in the short and long term.
  • Breastfeeding and COVID-19 English & Spanish 

Self-Care and Wellness 

  • Self-Care and Wellness Apps: Includes a list of free downloadable apps for stress reduction, sleep help, suicide prevention, self-harm support, meditation, and general self-care. 
  • CA Community College Health and Wellness: Resource list of COVID-19 resources. Includes weekly student chat opportunities and suggestions on managing stress and anxiety.
  • TenPercentHappier: Free COVID-19 Sanity Guide with practical, actionable ways of coping with stress, fear, and anxiety.

Wellness Central is a free online health and wellness resource that is available 24/7 in your space at your pace. Topics include: Academic Wellness, Anxiety, Birth Control, Financial Wellness, Homeless and Housing Support, Hunger, Mood & Food, Stress, Hunger, Natural Remedies, Sexual Health, Veterans. Click the image below:

Wellness Central

MJC Health Services

Nursing and other services listed below are limited due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Please call us for more information.


MJC Mental Health Services

The COVID-19 outbreak is changing life for all of us. You may feel anxious, stressed, worried, sad, depressed, lonely or frustrated. You are not alone. It's OK to ask for help.

When to ask for help: Stressors that may be affecting your mental health

  • Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Call 1-800-273-8255 or text "COURAGE" to 741741
  • MJC Crisis Counseling: Leave a voice mail at 209-575-6147 and Eric Garcia or Natalie Hassell, MJC Crisis Counselors, will return your call ASAP.
  • MJC Mental Health Therapy Appointments: 1-on-1, one-hour appointments with licensed mental health providers available.

To schedule, call us Monday - Friday:

From 8am-12pm, call 209-575-6721

From 1pm-5pm, call 209-575-7744

Warm Line: Offered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Residents can call the Warm Line when they are:

  • Having a hard time making it through the day - but are not in a crisis
  • Needing a caring listener to provide effective feedback to help explore options
  • Wanting some support, assistance and resources toward recovery

Stanislaus County: (209) 558-4600

Merced County: (209) 381-6819

San Joaquin County:  (209) 468-3549