Health + Wellness Resources
Did you know that all current CCC students have free immediate access to medical and mental health support through TimelyCare’s 24-hour on-demand telehealth support, a virtual health and wellbeing program. Whether under the weather, anxious, overwhelmed, or feeling down, you will be able to connect with a licensed provider from your smartphone or any web-enabled device.
If your situation is life-threatening, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.Android App iPhone App From Your Browser
Available Services through TimelyCare
On-demand support for common health issues.
Choose your preferred day, time, and mental health provider.
24/7, on-demand emotional support to talk about anything.
Visit the explore page for guided self-care content
Choose your preferred day, time, and medical provider
|Basic Needs Support|
Access to free or reduced-cost community resources.
Location: Gym Locker Room near Gym Annex Building
Hours: Monday through Thursday 8:30AM-2:30PM
Any and all students who need to use the showers in our gym may do so.
Free Hygiene kits, Hair Products, soaps, razers, toothbrushes, sanitary napkins and other care items are available in the Student Life office and in the Spark Point Office within the Student Administration Building.
Additionally, Hygiene Kits are available at the Gym and within our Compass Market, all free of charge.
Free Period Products are available in the Compass Market and throughout the bathrooms on campus. Please check in with Student Life if you need additional supplies.
Other Mental Health Resources
If your situation is life-threatening, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.
Contra Costa College offers free counseling for students. Our counselors are here to help navigate transitions and challenges you may experience such as depression, anxiety, trouble sleeping, or anything else that may be bothering you all in a confidential and safe environment.
If your situation is NOT life-threatening, but urgent and you need to talk to someone immediately, contact 211 or the Contra Costa Crisis Center at 800.833.2900. You can also text HOPE to 20121.