Mental Health and Mindfulness
We promote a mindful campus
Free Mental Health Counseling
Free mental health counseling is available to students by appointment. Meet with licensed marriage and family therapists for one-on-one sessions Monday through Friday. Our team of therapist CAN listen and CAN help you to maintain a healthy balance of life, family, school and relationships. Call (951) 571-6103 or email email@example.com to get started. All counseling is kept highly confidential.
Therapy can be for everyone, whether you believe your problems are big or small.
Therapy and counseling can help you learn to manage academic stress, test anxiety, thoughts of self-harm or suicide, relationship challenges, trouble sleeping, agitation/anger, sexual identity and orientation, depression/anxiety, substance abuse, eating disorders, domestic violence, emotional crisis, rape, and difficulty adjusting to major life changes.
September is Suicide Prevention Month
Wellness Webinars and Support Groups
Mental Health and Wellness Webinars are wellness and life coaching online sessions hosted by MVC's Health Services team. Learn tips and strategies to build healthy relationships, decrease stress, succeed in college, eat healthy and more. Plus, community groups are available. Drop-ins welcome. Join anytime.
California Mentor Family Support Services
At The MENTOR Network our mission is to offer adults, children, and their families innovative, quality services and supports that lead to growth and independence, regardless of the physical, intellectual or behavioral challenges they face.
California MENTOR Family Support Services' mission is to create a system of services that provide children with complex conditions options for living in the community, supports for attaining independence, and opportunities to grow and develop personal connections in natural settings.
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK
Stress and Crisis Support
- Lifeline Chat: Online Emotional Support
- Lifeline Chat is a place to talk about problems and stress that may be difficult to talk about anywhere else... a place to find non-judgmental support and help through a difficult time. Lifeline Chat is a place to find information on mental health problems and services. It's a confidential, secure, and anonymous way of reaching out for help when you don't know where else to turn.
Community Crisis & Hotline
Phone: (760) 323-1875 (24 hours). The Community Crisis & Help line provides comprehensive education, information, referral, and direct assistance for individuals who seek services through a twenty-four (24) hour phone line, staffed by trained volunteers.
Moreno Valley College:
Phone: (951) 571-6103, or (951) 571-6147
Location: Parkside Complex (PSC) 6
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 8 am - 4 pm
Friday: 8 am - 12 pm
Phone: (951) 372-7046
Location: Wilfred J. Airey Library Building, Lower Level
Hours: Mondays & Thursdays 8 am - 7:30 pm
Tuesdays & Wednesdays 8 am - 4:30pm
Fridays: 8 am - 2 pm
Riverside City College:
Phone: (951)-222-8151 or Walk-in during hours.
Location: Bradshaw Building, Basement behind EOPS
Fall and Spring: Monday - Thursday: 8 am - 4:30 pm | Friday: 8 am - 12 pm
Winter and Summer: Monday through Thursday 8 am - 4:30 pm
Mental Health-Emergency Treatment Services (ETS) provides evaluation crisis intervention and referrals to patients experiencing psychiatric emergencies. Client may be referred to Inpatient Treatment Facility.
(951) 358-4881 (24 Hours)
9990 County Farm Road
Riverside, CA 92503 (see interactive map)
- Riverside Oficina Central de Riverside, Main: (951) 687-7090
- Inland Empire: (909) 825-4700
Drug and Substance Abuse
- Narcotics Anonymous (909) 795-0464 Spanish (888) 622-4672
- Cocaine Anonymous: Inland Empire (951) 359-3895
National Problem Gambling Helpline (800) 522-4700.
- Alternatives to Domestic Violence: (951) 683-0829
- Domestic Violence Advocacy Project (Legal Aid): (888) 805-6455, (800) 226-4257
Support, information, and resources are available to you if you have been a victim of rape, sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and/or stalking crimes or have friends, peers, or acquaintances who have been victimized.
All sexual assaults are considered very serious matters to Moreno Valley College and are given the highest priority for response. A survivor of rape or sexual assault on or off campus may obtain assistance by contacting campus police at (951) 222-8171 or Health Services at (951) 571-6103.
Alternatives to Domestic Violence
Rape Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN)
Riverside Area Rape Crisis
It's On Us
State Crime Victim's Compensation Program
Domestic Violence Advocacy Project (Legal Aid)
Victims of Crime Resource Center
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK
- Crisis Chat by the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
- Crisis Text Line
- The Alex Project [text ANSWER to 839863 or LISTEN to 741741]
- The Alex Project - Facebook Community Organization
- 10 Common Misconceptions About Suicide
- Brief Facts and Stats about Mental Health
- Suicide Prevention Awareness
- Coping with Suicide Loss
- Know the Signs
- GET the APP
- Multicultural Assistance:
- Diverse Communities
- Language Matters in Mental Health
- Korean Speaking Counselors 24-hour Crisis Line: 877-727-4747
- Vietnamese Speaking Counselors 22 hrs/week Crisis Line: 877-727-4747
- National Organization for People of Color Against Suicide
- Office of Minority Health
- Student Mental Health Programs: Training and Technical Assistance for California CC
- Mental Health Screening
- Each Mind Matters
- Active Minds: General Mental Health Resources
- Back to School Guide to Academic Success After Traumatic Brain Injury
- Critical Mental Health Resources for College Students
- Students with Disabilities
- Top 5 Mental Health Problems Facing College Students
- Mental Health America