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Health, Wellness and Safety

Your overall well-being is very important to us. If you need help, please reach out right away:

Issue What to do
Medical or safety emergency Call: 911
Mental health or personal crisis Call: Community crisis line at 520.622.6000
Other concerns and agency referrals Call: Community information & referral services within Arizona at 211

You may also call College police at 502.206-2700. 

Health care resources

First aid is available on all campuses at our Police Department offices. 

The on-campus Eastside Health Clinic is open to Pima students, staff, faculty, and the public. It is located on the East Campus and is operated by MHC Healthcare. Most major health plans and insurances are accepted. Sliding fees are available for those without insurance.

For dental care, our Dental Hygiene Clinic provides low-cost therapeutic and preventive services. Care is completed by Pima dental students under the supervision of licensed dentists and dental hygienists. Adults and children are welcome.

Breastfeeding and pumping rooms

Nursing mothers can make a reservation to use a lactation room found on Pima campuses.

If you are breastfeeding, find out more about lactation room procedures and how to make reservations.

Counseling and community referrals

College Counselors
PCC counselors can help you with personal issues and find community resources for assistance. There are counseling offices on all PCC campuses, and you may call or contact one online.

PCC Student Wellness Assistance Program
Pima cares about your wellness - from time management to personal issues, from childcare to finances.  Use the Student Wellness Assistance program to find online resources or connect to a counselor 24x7. 

» » Go to the MyPima Students > Student Resources page to get started.

Community Information and Referral Services
This Tucson organization acts as a public guide to community programs throughout Southern Arizona. For personal and family aid, call 1-800-352-3792.

ULifeline
ULifeline is an online resource for information on suicide prevention, drugs and mental health. 

WebTribes
If you or someone you know is faced with mental health issues, WebTribes is an online support destination. WebTribes is made up of social networking support communities.

PCC Alert

PCC's emergency notification system provides texts to the PCC community.  Sign up today.

Stay Safe!

The College Police website contains additional information about safety on- and off- campus

Affordable Care Act

Find information about enrollment, costs and coverage options at: Healthcare.gov or CuidadoDeSalud.gov or call 1-800-318-2596 (TTY 1-855-889-4325)

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