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Student Resources

  •  Planning to transfer to CSUN?  Also planning to become a professor?  And if you are Latinx (not required) check this out for a once in a lifetime opportunity.
  • The Crisis Text Line will provide support for California Community College students who may be experiencing a mental health challenge. About half of adults will experience a mental health challenge over the course of their lifetime according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    To receive text-based support from trained Crisis Text Line counselors, students can text “COURAGE” to 741741. The support is free, accessible 24/7, and confidential. The organization has over 3,000 trained Crisis Counselors with strict safeguards and protocols to provide care, safety, and confidentiality for each user. To talk to someone about suicide, call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

    These services are always free. Crisis Text Line can be used for all crises such as LGBTQ issues, cyberbullying, suicide, anxiety, to name just a few--if in doubt, text! For more information, please visit​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

  • If you see something, or hear something, say something.  Has someone made you uncomfortable?  Has someone said or done something that led you to believe he/she would harm him/herself or someone else?   Please tell yoru professor, a staff member, or contact Campus SafetyValencia office 661/362-3229, cell 661/510-3882; Canyon Country office 661/362-3977, cell 661/362-8738.

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