Mental Health and Student Wellness
We are here for you!
At Chaffey College, we believe in educating the “whole” student. In order to accomplish this, we work to have resources available to students both inside and outside the classroom. Our Social Wellness and Behavioral Support team is here to help provide students with individual and group therapeutic services, case management, mental health resources, and risk assessments (crisis intervention.) Sessions may be conducted in-person or virtually. For assistance, please contact Jennifer Henry (909) 652-6505 or email at email@example.com.
If you need mental health support outside of our operating hours, Chaffey College is able to connect you with mental health services via our online medical service provider, First Stop Health. Simply download the First Stop Health mobile app or fshealth.com, login to your account using the last four of your SSN or your student ID number including the zeros, then connect with a mental health practitioner.
Experiencing a Mental Health Emergency?
In the event that you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please contact Campus Police at (909) 652-6911 (or visit Campus Police across the Bookstore at Rancho Cucamonga campus), dial 911, or proceed to the local hospital emergency room.
If you need mental health support outside of our operating hours, Chaffey College is able to connect you with mental health services via our online medical service provider, First Stop Health.
For immediate support:
Dial 988 to talk to a support representative on the new National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline.
Meet with a Mental Health Expert
We offer short-term therapeutic services to current Chaffey College students free of cost. Our goal is to provide student-centered, strengths-based and solution-focused interventions to assist students in managing and working through difficult situations in order to improve their daily, academic, occupational, and social functioning.
Contact Dr. Jennifer Henry at (909) 652-6505 or Jennifer.firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are in need of immediate emotional support, visit our office during our open hours in AD-107, AD-108, or LI-7C. Alternatively, you may also call Campus Police at (909) 652-6911.View Resources