Health & Psychological Support Services For Faculty and Staff

Support with Student Concerns

Psychological Services

If you are a faculty member or administrator with concerns about a student and you would like a consultation, please call the Psychological Services main line at (559) 443 - 8687 and leave a message. A clinician will return the message within 2 – 3 business days.

At this time, staff who have a student in serious crisis (disclosing harm to self or harm to others) should immediately call their Campus Police department or local police to evaluate the student rather than referring to Psychological Services in order to ensure the safety of the student.
If you are unsure, please review the Crisis Do’s & Don’ts for Staff.


Clinical Health Services for Employees

Health Services

TB Risk Assessment Clearance Certification and/or Tuberculosis (TB) Skin Tests to fulfill district work requirements are provided at no cost to SCCCD employees and are paid for by the district. Student health fees are not used to pay for this service.

FOR EMPLOYEE AND STUDENT WORKER INJURIES CALL "COMPANY NURSE" 1-888-770-0929

Staff and faculty can obtain initial first aid for work-related injuries at the Health Office, however, employee work-related injuries (including student workers who were injured while working) are cared for under the district's workers compensation plan. Injured employees or their supervisors must contact the 24-hour "COMPANY NURSE" HOTLINE at 1-888-770-0929 in order to document the injury and obtain appropriate instruction and referral for medical care as needed.

FOR EMPLOYEE AND STUDENT WORKER INJURIES CALL "COMPANY NURSE" 1-888-770-0929

 

Classroom Presentations

Health Services

Classroom or other group presentations by the nurse are available on a variety of health and wellness topics including, but not limited to:

  • Stress Management
  • Improving Sleep
  • Colds and Flu Prevention
  • Depression, Anxiety and Suicide Prevention
  • Safe Sex
  • Safe Partying
  • Making Wise Choices
  • Birth Control - including the new more effective methods
  • Mental Health First Aid Certification Course
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification
  • The Automated External Defibrillator (AED)

If you would like to schedule a presentation, please call the Health Office 559-325-5318 or email the nurse naomi.forey@cloviscollege.edu or the health office ccchealthservices@scccd.edu.

First Aid and Safety

For student injuries please complete the following form:

HS-400 Student and Public Accident Report Form (PDF)


Health Services maintains first aid kits for staff and faculty use in assisting students. Campus First Aid Kits maintained by Health Services are housed in the following locations:

  • AC1-137 Student Activities Office
  • AC1-260 Administrative Office
  • AC2-148 Library
  • AC2-133 Student Services
  • AC2-130 Admissions and Records
  • Herndon Campus Front Desk

First aid kits can also be checked out to faculty and staff from the Health Office for campus sporting events or field trips. There may be additional classroom, program, or department first aid kits on campus that are maintained by other departments or programs. These kits are not the responsibility of Health Services.

911 Emergency Kit

Health Services coordinates the oversight and maintenance of the campus Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Program. AEDs are located in the following areas:

  • AC1-260 Administrative Office
  • AC2-130 Admissions and Records
  • Herndon Campus Front Desk Storage Room
  • AC2-274 Health Office
  • AC2-282 Athletic Trainer Office


Coronavirus Resources

Managing Reactions

Young student meditating

CCC Psychological Services outlines helpful techniques for managing reactions to the COVID-19 novel virus that is spreading worldwide.

Managing Reactions

Stop the Stigma

Filing system with COVID-19 File

It is important to remember that the vast majority of people are at equal risk of contracting the COVID-19 virus. Only those who live in or have recently visited an area of ongoing viral spread, or are in direct contact with someone who has COVID-19 are at a higher risk.

Stop the Stigma

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Clovis Community College stands in solidarity with those fighting for equality and racial justice and in doing so, we affirm our commitment to identifying, addressing, and eliminating all forms of racism and ethnic biases. 

Resources and Links