Skyline College Health Center is CLOSED from Tuesday, March 17 - Sunday, April 5th as part of the SMCCCD's emergency response for the health and safety of the community. Please see our "Online Resources" tab to the left for off campus support via text, telephone or online.
Skyline College Personal Counseling has moved fully to phone appointments from Tuesday, March 17 - Sunday, April 5th as part of the SMCCCD's emergency response for the health and safety of the community. If you would like to speak with a personal counselor please leave a message for Perry Chen or email Perry Chen for an appointment. Please see our Online Resources to the left for off campus support via text, telephone or online. We are here to support you during this time and will respond to all communications in as timely a manner as possible.
Talks on Corona Virus (COVID-19)
February 27, 2020
All students have access to Health & Wellness Services. We provide health care, personal counseling services, health & wellness education and referrals to off campus resources. Our mission is to cultivate a holistically healthy, safe and equitable community. We commit to advancing health equity; so every person has the opportunity to attain their full health potential: physically, emotionally, socially, mentally and academically.
Stanford Health Van
The Stanford Health Van is for those 25 years and younger. Call or stop the Health Center for more information and/or to schedule an appointment.
Health Van Schedule
- Pregnancy test and Birth Control
- Pelvic exams
- Sexually transmitted disease testing and treatment
- HIV counseling and testing
- Social services assessment and assistance
- Substance abuse counseling and referral
- Mental health counseling and referral
- Nutrition counseling
For those who qualify services and medications are provided at no charge. Please come by the Health Center in building 2, room 2209. Walk-ins are welcome!
Mental Health Crisis Information
|San Mateo County Psychiatric Emergency Services
San Mateo County Crisis Line
|San Francisco County Psychiatric Emergency Services||(415) 206-8125|
|National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Crisis Text Line: Text "COURAGE"
|(800) 273-8255 (Talk)