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Wellness Center

Overview

The Wellness Center is here to help you care for yourself. Whether you need basic medical assistance, food, financial guidance, or just want to talk to someone about personal issues, we can help. 

We offer the following services:

Health

 
  • Confidential medical advice from a healthcare provider
  • Treatment of a variety of illnesses and injuries
  • Some medication refills, including birth control
  • Tuberculosis screenings for employment and transfer purposes
  • Referrals to internal and external resources

Book a health telemedicine appointment Monday–Thursday between 9 am – 3 pm while classes are in session by clicking the button below. You will be directed to a Zoom waiting room where you’ll be assisted as soon as possible.

Schedule a free telemedicine appointment

Outside of those times or if you cannot reach anyone by clicking the button above, you can email csmwellness@smccd.edu or call us at (650) 574-6396 to book a health telemedicine appointment.

Personal Counseling

 
  • Confidential individual, couples, or family counseling
  • Referrals to internal and external resources

Book a personal counseling appointment Monday–Thursday between 9 am – 3 pm while classes are in session by clicking the button below. You will be directed to a Zoom waiting room where you’ll be assisted as soon as possible.

Schedule a free personal counseling appointment

Outside of those times or if you cannot reach anyone by clicking the button above, you can email csmwellness@smccd.edu or call us at (650) 574-6396 to book a personal counseling appointment.

Counseling Note: If you would like to meet with an academic counselor to talk about classes, call Counseling Services at (650) 503-4207 to make an appointment. Visit the Counseling Services website for phone hours.

Sparkpoint

 
  • Financial coaching
  • Public benefits enrollment
  • Access to on-campus Community Market (every Friday through July 2020)
  • Referrals to internal and external resources

Contact Us

Wellness Center
Public Safety/Medical Services
Building 1, Room 147
(650) 574-6396 Phone
(650) 574-6259 Fax
csmwellness@smccd.edu
Flu Prevention
Coronavirus InformationHealth Note: If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19, isolate yourself at home and monitor yourself for symptoms such as a fever, cough, and difficulty breathing. If you develop these symptoms, contact your health provider immediately for medical advice.

Cal Fresh

Cal Fresh is a nutrition assistance program funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) that can help students buy the food they need to thrive and live healthy lives. SMCCD campuses have Sparkpoint staff who can help students to complete the application process and determine if they qualify to receive this benefit.

Student Eligibility
Students can only qualify for CalFresh if they meet specific criteria. For example, students who work least 20 hours a week, or are approved for federal work-study, or are parent, may qualify.

Please contact your Sparkpoint office to help with your application.

Contact Sparkpoint
CSM Sparkpoint
Nicole Salviejo
salviejon@smccd.edu

Cal Fresh
Summer 2020 grades available
Thursday, August 13, 2020
Fall Semester 2020 begins
Wednesday, August 19, 2020
Labor Day Weekend
September 5-7, 2020
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