Providing Physical & Mental Wellness for Our Students
The Student Health Center offers free crisis intervention to Saddleback College students. A student who is in distress or crisis may come to the Student Health Center at anytime (SHC-SSC 177) or call (949-582-4606) during SHC hours, to receive immediate help. Please let the Student Health Center know if you are in need of immediate help. If you don't have access to the Student Health Center or the SHC is closed see links below for access and resources to 24/7 hotlines and help.
Call Police immediately if…You or another person is in immediate danger,
you believe a person is about to harm her/himself or a person is out of control and erratic.
Campus Police 949-582-4444 (x4444 from Campus Extentions) or 911.
Consider the following 10 factors:
1. Does the person have a plan?
2. Does the person have a means to carry out the plan?
3. Has the person made any previous attempt at suicide?
4. Is there a family history of suicide?
5. Is the person making final arrangements, such as giving belongings away?
6. Is the person depressed?
7. Is there a problem with substance abuse?
8. Has there recently been a death in the family?
9. Are there domestic problems?
10. Is the person without family, friends, support or resources?
24 Hour Crisis Line
9a.m. - 9 p.m.PST 7 days a week
As many as one in five students suffer from a mental disorder that may threaten their well-being or academic performance. Help a Stressed Student is a link that can help students identify if they or another student is at risk or in need of mental health help. We are here to Help.
Currently enrolled Students who have paid their health fee may call or come into
The Student Health Center during the hours of 8 AM to 5 PM - M-Th and F 8AM to 3 PM
(Closed holidays & weekends) to make an appointment.
Urgent and emergent cases will be seen without an appointment.
Please let the Student Health Center know if you are in crisis
or in need of immediate medical or mental health help.
Student Health Center
Anytime, after hours and during campus closures.Emergencies