- Health education for questions you have related to health and wellness or diseases.
Injury treatment and referral information as needed.
Coordination of insurance claims for students with campus-related injuries.
Immunization review, titer referral and seasonal flu immunization administration.
Pregnancy testing, birth control counseling and referral.
Referrals for counseling (Psychological services).
Screening: Vision, Hearing, Blood Pressure, Body Max Index (BMI).
TB skin tests and TB Risk Assessments.
Over the counter products are free to current students.
Free naloxone (Narcan) available to all students (approved opioid overdose reversal agent). Naloxone (Narcan) is a life-saving medication that can reverse an opioid overdose, including from heroin, fentanyl, and prescription opioid medications. Contact Health Services to schedule an appointment with the College Nurse for more information about naloxone. Naloxone kits available (supplies are limited).
Psychological Services is now offering both in-person and telehealth via HIPPA-compliant Zoom to current Madera Community College students.
If you are currently enrolled student and would like to make an appointment please fill out our online intake form.
If you are unable to complete the form due to technical issues, you can complete the PDF version of the form located here: PDF Intake Form and email it to us directly at email@example.com or pick up a form from our office located in the AV1 Building office 101B during regular business hours.
For our students Madera Community College offers ProtoCall an after- hours, emergency mental health service. Simply call the Psychological Services Main Line at 559-675-4148 and press 2 when prompted. ProtoCall is available 24/7, including weekends, and holidays.
WellTrack Boost, a free interactive self-help app, is available free of charge to all students. WellTrack Boost can help you to understand your feelings of stress, anxiety and/or depression, and teach you techniques to minimize these feelings.
Students, faculty and staff with their State Center/Madera College email address may create an account at https://app.welltrack.com/. You can also download the WellTrack Boost app to your mobile device. If you are having trouble with creating new account, please contact WellTrack Boost support team at firstname.lastname@example.org or through Contact Us on the WellTrack Boost sign in page.
Affordable Healthcare through Covered California and Enrollment for Medi-Cal (AB 2308):
Three ways to enroll in Medi-Cal and Covered California:
- National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH) – articles, videos, quizzes on mental health topics
- National Institute of Health (NIH) – articles, videos, quizzes on health topics
- Center for Disease Control (CDC) – find the most recent Ebola, H1N1, seasonal flu information here
- American Red Cross (ARC) – learn more about first aid, CPR, water safety, and other safety topics
- American Plate for Nutrition information – find out how to cook the foods you love – the healthy way
- Mayo Clinic or Web md – general health topics
- Fresno and Madera County Health Department – find departmental services, health risks in the area, resources, articles, clinic locations, immunizations
- Student Substance Abuse-Check out the infograph
- Drug Abuse in America
- 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
- Danger of Fentanyl and Treatment Resources
- Central Valley Opioid Safety Coalition
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Text or Call 988
Central Valley Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-888-506-5991 - Central Valley Hotline Site
Crisis Text Line: Text "courage" to 741741
Crisis Line Site Veteran’s Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255
Confidential Veteran/Military chat at MilitaryCrisisLine.net or text 838255
California Youth Crisis line: 800-843-5200, 24 hours a day, seven days a week