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Welcome Back to Fall 2014, CCSF!

Our team of nurse practitioners, psychotherapists, and paraprofessional health staff are here to provide high-quality preventive and basic episodic care, women's health services and psychotherapy.  This fall, we look foward to serving students and promoting health awareness and education, as we continue to empower students to develop skills to achieve and manage physical and mental wellness.


Health Fair 2014


It is time for the annual health fair! For one day only, we are giving away FREE flu vaccines to currently enrolled credit students at the fair.  What is more, you can get free anemia screening, free blood pressure check, free BMI (body mass index) check, and free blood sugar screening. But wait, there's more! Loads of information and education on asthma, reproductive health, Med-Cal Program, smoking cessation, and psychological services will be given out at the fair. The health fair will take place on Oct 1, 2014, from 9:30 am to 3 pm. Come for the health of it!


Get Tested for Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B is a disease caused by infection with the hepatitis B virus (HBV). Infection with HBV can lead to cirrhosis of the liver, liver failure, and liver cancer. 80% of liver cancer worldwide is caused by HBV infection. HBV testing and vaccination are free at the health center for adult students who:


Help a Student in Distress

Try these six interactive training simulations by Kognito to learn what YOU can do to support students struggling with psychological distress like depression and suicidal ideation, or LGBTQ students struggling due to harassment or exclusion, or student veterans facing challenges in adjusting to college life. Learn more.

Concerned about a friend or classmate? Tell someone. Contact the Office of Student Affairs & Wellness or talk with a personal counselor at the health center.