Emergency and Crisis Assistance
- If you are experiencing a life threatening emergency while on campus, call 4311 from any campus phone or (818) 719-6450 from your cellular phone to reach the Campus Sheriff. If you are off-campus, dial 911.
- Please do not call 911 directly. The College Sheriff will contact, meet and escort responding 911 units to the appropriate location.
- Blue Emergency Phones are available throughout the campus.
On-campus personal counseling, crisis intervention, and referrals are available. Call the Student Health Center at extension 4270 or (818) 710-4270 or the Campus Sheriff at (818) 719-6450. You may also call 988 for any mental health emergency on or off campus.
Student can access Timelycare 24/7 , after hours, weekends and holidays.
Timelycare provides crisis intervention, scheduled counselling (up to 12 sessions per year) and basic needs services.
We are here for you
The Student Health Center is not open on weekends and holidays.
Please utilize local hospitals and urgent cares for after-hour care.
Student can access Timelycare 24/7 , after hours, weekends and holidays for any mental health concern.
Appointments are recommended to see all providers and the Psychologists in the health center.
Walk-ins are always welcome.
Providers are available during clinic hours for crisis intervention, injuries, assessment, health education, resources, for prescription and over the counter medications, supplies, and for any questions.
Students who experience dental trauma "a knocked out tooth" should keep the tooth moist in a cup of cold, whole milk or re-insert the tooth back into its socket, and seek immediate attention (within 30 minutes). The student should visit the nearest emergency room for immediate care to preserve the tooth.
Student who have engaged in unprotected sexual activity or has been a victim of sexual assault, can still prevent pregnancy and potential sexually transmitted infections. PEP medications can prevent HIV if started within 72 hours of sexual encounter. Antibiotics can prevent other sexually transmitted infection. If you have been exposed to potential infection through a sexual assault, or suspect you may have been assaulted while unconscious, contact Student Health Center at 818-710-4270 to speak to one of the providers regarding your options.
Pierce Student health center offers Plan B, birth control, health assessment, sexually transmitted infection screening, pap smears, pregnancy testing, and health education. These services are confidential.