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Mental Health Counseling
Building 60 Room 130
Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 0900-5:00 Friday 0900-1:00
Phone: 619-644-7192
Fax: 619 644 7025

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Mental Health Services

Mental Health Counseling for Students

REQUEST A DISTANCE CONSULTATION 

Effective March 16th, Grossmont Health & Wellness is closed until further notice but offering advice nurse appointments via phone as well as referrals to community resources via email during regular business hours (Monday-Thursday: 9am - 5pm; Friday: 9am - 1pm).
 
IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING A MEDICAL OR MENTAL HEALTH EMERGENCY, PLEASE CALL 911.

 

5 WAYS TO PROTECT YOUR MENTAL HEALTH DURING SOCIAL DISTANCING.pdf

 

 




 

 
Last Updated: 03/16/2020

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The VET NET Ally Program is an education and awareness program that develops a network of faculty, staff, and administrators committed to creating a welcoming and supportive campus environment for military service members and veterans

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Mental Health Counseling
Building 60 Room 130
Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 0900-5:00 Friday 0900-1:00
Phone: 619-644-7192
Fax: 619 644 7025

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