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Health and Wellness

Our goal is to help you concentrate on your education, not worry about your health.

Be Healthy in Mind, Body and Spirit

Moreno Valley College believes in serving our students beyond the classroom. That’s why we try to help address all dimensions of wellness, including physical, intellectual, emotional, social, spiritual, environmental, occupational and financial. We offer on-campus health care, promote student wellness with counseling, offer interactive workshops, provide referrals to local services, and more.

Student Health and Psychological Services

From looking after a cough to immunizations to counseling, Student Health and Psychological Services provides compassionate, confidential treatment, education and support. Most services are free or available at a reduced cost.

Health Services  Contact Us

For Immediate Help

For Emergencies, call 911 

For Crisis Support, call 951 686-HELP (4357) 

Promoting Wellness

Join Student Health and Psychological Services for wellness activities. Learn practical student success tools to manage stress, anxiety, anger; enhance your physical and mental health; and engage with staff and students about life stressors and challenges. 

Wellness Information

Wellness Central is a free online health and wellness resource that is available 24/7 in your space at your pace.
Campus Well goes in-depth about important health topics relevant to college students and adults.

Upcoming Events

Matters of the Mind 

You are not alone. From access to mental health counseling to a host of local and regional resources, you have a network of people who care, value and want to help you.

Mental Heath Services  Crisis Intervention  Support Groups

Seek Support

  • Suicide and Self-Harm Prevention

    If you are thinking of harming yourself, talk to someone immediately. Resources include the National Suicide Prevention Hotline (1-800-273-TALK), Lifeline and Crisis Chat (1-800-273-TALK (8255)) or text a counselor (text HOME to 741741 for free, 24/7 crisis counseling).
  • Crisis Support, Stress and Treatment

    We all struggle sometimes. Don’t let stress get the best of you. Learn coping strategies, get a friendly ear, and receive education, referral and direct assistance from trained professionals.
  • Addiction, Substance Abuse and Gambling

    Handling an addiction can be difficult, but you don’t have to do it alone. Discover the tools and resources you need to ensure your personal success.
  • Domestic Violence, Rape, Assault Support

    Get the flexibility you need with our online courses.

Taking Care of Your Basic Needs

Food. Shelter. Clothing. College students sometimes suffer to meet these basic survival needs. Students shouldn’t have to choose between eating and learning, attending school or having a roof over their head, or struggle to find the clothing right for a job interview.

More about Basic Needs

Food and Nutrition 

MVC’s Food Bank and Clothing Closet fulfills the needs of our student community by distributing food and clothing, and support services. Our campus and neighboring community also has a number of resources to address food insecurity. We also welcome donations and volunteers.

Financial Wellness

Money matters. A stable financial situation allows you to fulfill basic needs, reach educational goals and experience academic success. Learn about the resources available to you, from federal financial aid to help pay for college, to tools to help you find employment.

Housing and Shelter

Numerous local and regional resources are available to help you put a roof over your head. From shelters available to veterans or the disabled, to housing for families with children, to aid for transitional youth, you have resources to help keep you safe and warm.

Finding Common Ground

The Common Ground initiative urges our campus community to examine and actively work to dismantle beliefs and structures that foster environments of racism, prejudice and inequity. The Common Ground Center provides resources, safe spaces and support to individuals in need – because you belong at MVC.

Common Ground Center

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The Common Ground initiative urges our campus community to examine and actively work to dismantle beliefs and structures that foster environments of racism, prejudice and inequity. The Common Ground Center provides resources, safe spaces and support to individuals in need – because you belong at MVC.
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Anti-racism means acknowledging that racist beliefs and structures exist in all of our lives and then actively doing work to dismantle those beliefs and structures. MVC provides resources and events to foster open discussion and culturally relevant education.
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