Welcome to our virtual lobby

You can “pop” online during our online virtual hours to ask a quick question, get the help you need immediately or just talk to one of our team-members.

Days Times Zoom link
Monday through Friday 9 AM -12 PM Zoom link
Monday through Thursday 1 PM- 3 PM Zoom link

Click here to learn how to schedule an appointment

Contact us if you have questions or concerns: studenthealthcenter@cuesta.edu

Or give us a call at (805) 546-3171, leave us a message and we will respond to your call within 24 hours Monday-Friday.

Due to COVID-19, The Student Health Center will be available to connect with students via Zoom/phone Monday through Friday (see hours). Face to face services are not available at this time.

Debido al COVID-19, El Centro de Salud de Estudiantes estará disponible para conectarse con los estudiantes por medio de Zoom/teléfono de Lunes a Viernes (ver horas). Los encuentros cara a cara no estarán disponibles por el momento.

If this is an emergency, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. For mental health crisis, you may contact the SLO Hotline for 24-hour suicide and crisis support by calling (805) 783-0607 or text "courage" to 741741.

Ask a nurse button

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Our Services:

Mental Health /Salud Mental
Primary Care Clinic /Servicios de enfermeria
Reprouctive & Sexual Health /Salud sexual y reproductiva
Education and Communication /Educación y comunicación

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Our Team:

Our dedicated staff of professionals include: nurse practitioner, registered nurses, licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT), associate marriage and family therapist (AMFT), health/wellness promoter and caring support staff.

Our therapists and nurses have received training in assisting the LGBTQIA+ populations. We are actively involved in continue training to make sure the services we provide are LGBTQIA + affirming.

A large portion of the clients we see are exploring the coming out process or needed a safe place to talk about their gender and/or sexual identity. We welcome these populations and have improved our intake forms to include preferred pronouns, Gender and Sexual identity.

The North County Campus has medical and mental health facilities as well, however, students are encouraged to access the San Luis Obispo Health Center for any services not available on-site at NCC.

*We have bilingual staff (spanish/english)

Click aquí para información en español 

 

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