The Link Center is the Health Education Department’s resource center and home to the Addiction & Recovery Counseling, Community Health Worker, Community Mental Health, and Healthcare Interpreting certificate programs. Study, connect with other students and receive peer support and referrals in our incubator for applied learning and action on community health issues, including projects that support justice-involved and gender diverse students. The center has computers, a printer and study areas available, as well as a corner conference area for students to reserve.
Peer Career Mentors (PCM) Program
The Peer Career Mentors (PCM) program aims to help students in the Community Mental Health (CMH) certificate succeed at City College by providing systems navigation, linking to campus resources, and peer support.
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The Way-Pass program serves formerly incarcerated women attending City College of San Francisco. It serves as a bridge to women transitioning from incarceration to education and strives to increase retention and educational completion rates among formerly incarcerated women at CCSF.
Way-Pass program services include outreach and support, case management, informal counseling, class planning and management, support groups and workshops, assistance with enrollment forms and registration, referrals to student supportive services at CCSF and community-based organizations.