Health Services News & Events
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The Peer Advisory and Advocacy Team Wants You to Get Involved!
WHAT: We're an inclusive committee of folk s with lived experience hoping to connect with and empower young leaders. Join our mission of making our community a better place!
WHO: Youth PAAT is a committee of peers that work to advocate for those served by the mental health system, educate our community about mental illness, promote wellness and recovery, reduce stigma, and provide support for those living with mental illness. Youth PAAT will serve individuals approximately 16-25, or the Transitional Age Youth (TAY) age range.
WHY: Being a member of Youth PAAT will come with a variety of opportunities: ranging from volunteering, to trainings that would strengthen a resume, to first-hand advocacy and education in our community, and so much more.
The college years are an exciting time of personal growth, but they can also bring academic, social, and financial pressures, which can worsen underlying mental health and substance use issues. By taking a brief MindWise Screening, students can learn if they have a behavioral health issue and learn signs and symptoms. Immediately following the brief questionnaire, they will see the results, recommendations, and key resources. Please, click here to learn more about this amazing tool and general ways to engage students.
Questions? Contact us for more information.
¡VIVA! Newsletter, is a magazine created by the Latina Leadership Network LLN for Cuesta College Community.
Prevent Seasonal Flu
The best way to prevent seasonal flu is to get vaccinated every year. This page has resources to help answer your questions about the flu vaccine.https://www.cdc.gov/flu/prevent/index.html
Due to COVID-19 and current shelter in place orders, Student Health Services is temporarily closed for in-person appointments and has a process to serve you remotely.
Visit The Center website if you need information about STI testing, Birth Control, Plan B, Condoms and more. Patients must call ahead to be triaged and directed regarding the process. SLO (805) 544-2478// AG (805) 489-4026
Public Health Clinic in Paso Robles is still open to see patients for essential services. They're open Monday- Friday 8-5 pm. You can call their phone line at (805) 237-3050.
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