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The Student Health Center is staffed by two public health nurses and a health services assistant who are ready to assist students, staff and faculty in maintaining optimum wellness. All services are confidential. Services are free to currently enrolled students. Staff and Faculty may use the Student Health Center services by paying a nominal fee. Services are administered by appointment or on a drop-in basis.
Useful Health Information
- Minor Consent Form
- Sexual Assault Pamphlet
- Active Shooter Safety Handout
- SCC Sexual Assault Myths and Facts Brochure
- Smoking on Campus Policy #4215
Frequently Asked Questions
What Services Are Available?
- Nursing assessment and management of minor health problems
- Treatment of minor acute illnesses and referrals
- Dispense over the counter medicines
- First aid and campus emergencies
- Pregnancy counseling and birth control information, including pregnancy testing
- Free female and male condoms, latex and latex-free
- Nutritional counseling
- Sexually transmitted disease information and referrals, including Chlamydia/Gonorrhea Screening Test
- Tuberculosis skin testing and referrals, if needed
- Adult immunizations and information regarding communicable diseases, including Flu shots
- Hearing and vision screenings
- Blood pressure screenings
- Blood glucose, hemoglobin, strep- throat test, urine screenings, peak flow test
- Information and referral for substance abuse (drugs, alcohol, smoking)
- Information and counseling on various health-related problems
- Free brochures on health-related issues
- Rest area for ill students
- Outreach to off site campuses and the Children’s Programs in Bldg. #200
- Smoking/Tobacco Cessation Classes
Who Can Use the Student Health Center?
The health services are paid for by the $13.00 health fee charged to each student during registration every semester.
What Are the Goals of Student Health Services?
- To educate you about healthy living and disease prevention
- To assist you when you are ill
- To provide you with referrals to community resources
What About Emergencies?
Explain what the emergency is. Is the individual conscious and breathing? Give the location of the victim. Do not move the victim unless the person is in personal danger. Do not hang up until after the person receiving the information hangs up.
Stay with the victim until help arrives and you are relieved. If the victim stops breathing, there is no pulse, and you are CPR trained, please start CPR. Only those certified in CPR should attempt this procedure.
The Student Health Center can be contacted to respond to emergencies, also at ext. 7163.
All records are confidential and cannot be released to ANYONE without your written consent. The only exception is subpoena by court order or when information is required by public health law.
All personnel employed in the Student Health Center will maintain total confidentiality as required by law.
Student Accident Insurance Policy
In The Event of an Emergency Call
Any Campus phone: x355
Any Cell phone: (707) 421-7090
Any Pay phone: 911
In the Event of the Need for Medical Care
- NorthBay Medical Center
1200 B Gale Wilson Blvd., Fairfield
- VacaValley Medical Center
1000 Nut Tree Rd., Vacaville
- Kaiser Permanente Medical Center- Vallejo
975 Sereno Dr., Vallejo
- Sutter Solano Medical Center
300 Hospital Dr., Vallejo
- David Grant Medical Center
101 Bodin Circle, TAFB
- Dixon Family Practice
131 West A St., Suite 1, Dixon
- La Clinica
243 Georgia St., Suite B, Vallejo
- Solano County Family Health Services
2201 Courage Dr., Fairfield
365 Tuolumne St., Vallejo
- Kaiser Medical Offices
975 Sereno Dr., Vallejo
1550 Gateway Blvd., Fairfield
3700 Vaca Valley Pkwy., Vacaville
- Community Medical Center
600 Nut Tree Rd. #310
Helpful Phone Numbers
- Campus Emergency ext. 4355
- Student Health Center ext. 7163
- Campus Police ext. 4369
- Ambulance/Fire/Police 911
- Poison Control 1-800-523-2222
- Domestic Violence 644-7273
- Crisis Help 428-1131
- Emergency Food 421-9777, 1-800-870-3663
- Legal Assistance 1-800-270-7252
- United Way Community Services 2-1-1
- Health & Social Services Dept.
- AIDS Information 553-5556
- Alcohol/Drug Abuse 435-2528
- Mental Health Crisis 435-2140
- Prenatal Services 1-800-794-7422
- Primary Care Clinic 553-5509 - VJO
- Family Health Services Clinic 435-2010 - FF
- Public Health Nursing 553-5402 -VJO, 784-8070 -FF
- STD Clinic 553-5509 -VJO, 435-2010 –FF
- Suicide Prevention/24 Hour 428-1131
- Rape Crisis/24 Hour 644-7273, 422-7273
- Youth & Family Services 554-2397, 427-6640
You are welcome to drop-in for care or make an appointment by calling (707) 864-7163. Visit us and become acquainted.
Student Health Insurance
Links to Quiting and Support Online
- 1-800-NO-BUTTS (1-800-66-28887)
- 1-800-844-CHEW (1-800-844-2439)
KICK THE BUTTS in Solano County
1-800-287-7357 or (707) 784-8900
Without a prescription: Gum, Patch, Lozenge
With a prescription: Inhaler, Nasal Spray
Other Resources to Help You Quit:
Health Insurance Plan