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EVC Student Health 101 Online Magazine
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At-Risk on Campus
CONVERSATIONS CAN CHANGE LIVES
Have you ever been worried about a student or friend on campus? Faculty, staff, and students are in an ideal position to recognize when someone is struggling emotionally and may need help. Kognito is an online simulation that lets you practice conversations with a virtual student, so you'll know what to say in real life. This program is available to EVC students to help create a safer and more supportive campus.
Student Health Services Presentation
SHS Price List
Minor Consent Form
Family PACT Application.pdf
Please call Health Services at (408) 270-6480 to schedule a medical appointment. If this is your first appointment with EVC Student Health Services, you will need to submit information to the Online Patient Portal. Please follow the instructions found here.
Online Patient Portal Instructions
Community Resources & Referrals
Foothill Family Community Clinics
Call 408-729-9700 to schedule an appointment.
YWCA Rape Crisis 24 Hour Hotlines:
Community Solutions (Counseling Services Provided)
Next Door Solutions To Domestic ViolenceExpired Medication Disposal - Drop Off Locations
Health Information & Awareness
Get Tested For Hepatitis B
Meningitis B Vaccine Information
Where to Get Meningitis B Vaccine
Sexually Transmitted Illnesses & What You Need to Know Are You Ready To Quit Smoking?
California's Smoker's Hotline
Drugs & Alcohol Information
National Institute on Drug Abuse
List of Community Resources for Substance Abuse TreatmentTop Myths About Drinking AlcoholResources for Rehabilitation
The Crane Center
Health Insurance And Enrollment
Community Colleges Compliance with Assembly Bill No. 2308Assembly Bill No. 2308 for Insurance
You can generally buy marketplace health insurance only during the annual Open Enrollment period. Open Enrollment for 2017 coverage starts November 1, 2016.
Some people qualify to apply outside the enrollment period. Qualifying events include life changes like: getting divorced, married; having a baby or adopting; losing coverage because you turned 26, left your job, or your job benefits were reduced. For more information about whether you can apply for health insurance outside of the Open Enrollment Period, see resources listed below.
If you qualify for Medi-Cal (making $16,105 or less for a single adult; $32,913 for a family of 4), you can apply at any time.
Having insurance, and a local primary care provider (physician or nurse practitioner) makes it easier to succeed in school. Data about college student success supports this statement. That is why the Student Health Services staff is dedicated to assisting you in enrolling in health insurance.
For more information, please contact Yajaira Rodriguez, Outreach and Enrollment Coordinator at Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI). She is able to individually assist all students with the health insurance enrollment process. This is NOT a resource for Asian Students only.
Phone: (408) 975-2730 x 304
Nutrition & Fitness Information
Colorful Eating For Whole Body Health Nutrition & Dietary Guidelines How To Manage Technology In The BedroomHow Much Sleep Do You Really Need?What Students Need To Know About Sleep Deprivation
Health Services provides the following services to currently enrolled students only:
Urgent Care for Acute Illnesses & Injuries
Annual Flu Vaccine
TB Skin Testing
Confidential HIV/STD Testing
Nutrition and Health Education
Smoking Cessation Counseling
Family Planning/Birth Control
Low Cost Fees for Labs & Some Medications
Medical Providers Available for Questions
Referrals to Community Health Agencies
Student Psychological Services
The Student Health Fee of $20 is charged at registration and paid in Admissions and Records. The fee covers MOST visits to the Health Center.
The Student Health Fee does NOT COVER the following:
Fees involving off-campus care
Ongoing medical care
Pharmacy (Except Family PACT)
Laboratory (Except Family PACT)
Student Health Services Fees
The District provides a Health Clinic to assist students.
The Health Services Fee is $20 per semester, payable at the time of registration. The fee is non-refundable unless the student withdraws from all classes prior to the end of the 10th class day of the term, or the District cancels all of the student's classes.
Mandatory Health Fee with the Following Exceptions:
Concurrently enrolled high school students with an approved R-40 and R-42 on file.
Indentured apprentices fulfilling related instruction requirements (with proper documentation required).
Students who are dependent exclusively upon prayer for healing, in accordance with teachings of a bonafide religious sect, denomination, or organization (proper documentation required).
Students enrolled only for classes meeting off-campus.
Students taking Friday evening, Saturday, or Sunday classes only.
Students taking only short-term classes which meet on campus seven times or less.
Wavier or refund of the AS Activity Fee or the Health Fee may be requested in the Office of Admissions & Records. These requests should be made during the beginning of the semester.
Note: Fees are subject to change by the Legislature. Effective Spring 2009 the BOGFW will no longer cover the health fee.
The Health Services Fee of $20 paid at registration covers the following:
Provides medical, mental health and wellness services to currently enrolled students.
Pays for medical supplies and medical providers for the clinic.
Many services are free, including care, acute illnesses and injuries.
Medications, lab test, and complete physical exams cost extra.
Find out if you qualify for Family PACT, which covers family planning services for free. (Birth Control, Pregnancy Tests, & STD/HIV Testing)
Student Accident Insurance
The Community College District also provides accident insurance to students and athletes while on campus. Coverage is related to accidents under the following circumstances:
Students – while attending regularly scheduled classes on the campus, college-sponsored activities, including club activities, and while traveling under college supervision to and from college-sponsored events.
Student Athletes – while participating in or attending any regularly scheduled practice or competition supervised by an authorized representative of the College, or while traveling directly to and from practice or competition with other members as a group, provided such travel is supervised by an authorized representative of the College.
Title IX - Sexual Assault
What to Do if You Have Been Sexually Assaulted
Training & Education
Student Health 101 Online Magazine
Student Guide to Surviving Stress
Student Services Center
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12:30pm - 5:00pm
Fall and Spring Semester Hours:
Monday Thru Thursday
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Office Closures Will Be Posted On Window Next to Door.
Janice Assadi, Clinic Director
Lisa Bowie, Medical Director
Gina Bonanno, Office Assistant
Jeanette Fedasz, Nurse
Debolina Das, Medical Assistant
K. Kara Uy, Psy. D, Crisis Support & Case Manager, Chair of A.R.C.
Shireena Dubey, LMFT, Psychological Services
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