hillside lit up with fires at dusk

Give now to the Crush Emergency Fund to support students during emergencies such as the Creek Fire

Sep 8, 2020

Give now to the Crush Emergency Fund:

The purpose of the fund is to support CCC students who are facing emergencies such as natural disasters, pandemics, and other unexpected emergencies.

*Fund established by the State Center Community College Foundation and is tax-deductible.
*Students experiencing an emergency can apply for funds by calling Gurdeep Hebert at 559-325-5378 or gurdeep.hebert@cloviscollege.edu
*We are in the process of developing an emergency fund for CCC employees and will share information soon.


#CreekFire Resources for Students & Employees

We are here to support our campus community who have been impacted by the #CreekFire.

As always, to reach instructors or counselors about class options if you are unable to attend classes, please contact the Welcome Center at 559-325-5421 or email: cccwelcomecenter@cloviscollege.edu

Students Resources:

American Red Cross Central Valley Region: 1-800-733-2767 (hotel and food vouchers)

If you need assistance reaching your instructors, please contact the Welcome Center at 559-325-5421 or email: Emalee.aguilar@cloviscollege.edu

CCC Food Pantry, Patrick Stumpf: 1-559-325-5243 or patrick.stumpf@cloviscollege.edu

CCC free psychological services, Dr. Victoria Williams: 1-559-325-5377 or victoria.williams@cloviscollege.edu

CCC Internet access via a personal hotspot/MiFi through the Library): 559-325-5215 or library@cloviscollege.edu

Wi Fi and hotspot options for students

Academic Counselors: Please contact the Counseling Office if you are having difficulty with your classes: 559-325-5230 or cccounseling@cloviscollege.edu

Additional CCC resources and programs

Employee Resources:

American Red Cross Central Valley Region: 1-800-733-2767 (hotel and food vouchers)

Internet access via a personal hotspot/MiFi Wi Fi and hotspot, Clovis CC Library: 559-325-5215 or library@cloviscollege.edu

State Center Community College Districts offers free and confidential mental health resources through Halcyon. They can be reached at 1-888-425-4800 and clinicians are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


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