Health Services offers remote and in-person services by appointment. Masks are recommended in Health Services per State order. To schedule an appointment, please contact our office.
To be connected to a nurse, make an appointment with a mental health provider, or for general questions, please contact us by phone or email. We are available Monday-Thursday. Our Summer schedule is as follows:
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 7:30am - 5:30pm
- Wednesday: 8:30am - 5:30pm
- *CLOSED FOR LUNCH from 12pm – 12:30pm daily
Online Health Services Portal
The Health Services Portal allows users to securely communicate with providers and submit and view health forms, like immunization history, tuberculosis (TB) screening results, and lab results. Register or log in to the Health Services Portal. For questions, call Health Services.
MJC Health Services
- Available Services:
- Health Clearances
- Injury Reporting (On-Campus Injuries)
- Referrals to Community Clinics and Resources
- Sexual & Reproductive Health Services
- TB Screening & Vaccination Hours
- Healthy Living Events - On-demand and live Zoom presentations from guest speakers covering a wide variety of wellness topics.
- Wellness Central - A free online health and wellness resource designed for CA community college students.
- Health Insurance Options:
- Covered California (Private Insurance and Medi-Cal enrollment)
- Undocumented? (Learn about Medi-Cal Expansion for Ages 19-25)
- Undocumentado/a? Información de seguro Medi-Cal para todos los adultos jóvenes)
- Foster Youth and Homeless Youth
- Pirates' Pantry - free food and nutritional support.
- LGBTQ+ Health
- Stanislaus County's Rainbow Clinic
- View Healthy Living presentation on LGBTQ+ health featuring the Rainbow Clinic and county services.
- LGBTQ+ Health
- LGBTQ+ Support for MJC Students
- Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs:
- Kick-It California - Free program that helps Californians kick smoking, vaping, and smokeless tobacco.
- Cannabis and Health
- Stanislaus County Opioid Safety Coalition - Local events and information about opioid safety.
- Opioid Overdose Prevention - Call Health Services to receive free training and obtain free Nasal Narcan.
MJC Mental Health Services
- You may also call 1-888-376-6246 for Stanislaus County Emergency Services if you are in a crisis and need to speak to someone.
MindWise allows students to complete an anonymous online self assessment for Depression, Anxiety, Substance Use, Disordered Eating, Bipolar Disorder or PTSD to see if they would benefit from speaking to a professional. This screening is customized for MJC students and will direct students to national and local resources as needed.
MJC Mental Health Therapy Appointments: No cost, 1-on-1, one-hour appointments with mental health providers. Students are eligible for up to 6 sessions per semester. Call or email Health Services to request an appointment. Meet Our Providers for 2022/2023.
Modesto Junior College students have no cost, 24/7 access to virtual mental health care services with TimelyCare — the virtual health and well-being platform from TimelyMD, designed for college students. Students do not need insurance to access TimelyCare services. Students have access to TimelyCare services 365 days a year. To learn more, click here.
Mental Health Trainings
MindWise on Campus is an online training that uses video and interactive learning to teach you how to ACT (Acknowledge, Care, Tell) if you are worried about yourself or someone's mental health.
Time to train! There is nothing to set up or activate. Follow these simple steps:
- Visit MindWise on Campus to set up an account.
- When prompted, enter redemption code modesto.
- View dashboard and choose MindWise on Campus for Individuals.
Mental Health First Aid is a skills-based training course that teaches participants to identify, understand, and respond when encountering someone with a mental health and/or substance-use issue. To learn about obtaining certification, contact Health Services.