Healthy Web Resources

How do I know if someone needs help?

How to tell if you or a friend may need help? Strength is when we seek help; learn more about the signs or symptoms that may be reason for concern.

ActiveMinds.org

Where do I turn?

We welcome you to stop in and ask to see a nurse or mental health provider.

What can I do regarding concerns about abusive relationships?

If you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence or intimate partner violence, contact the Campus Advocacy Coordinator, Myisha Butler-Ibawi, at mbutler@ccssd.org for resources and assistance. Myisha is a confidential resource and any details relating to your incident will not be reported to the District without your consent.

Other resources include:

 

National Domestic Violence Hotline 24/7 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Center for Community Solutions 1-888-385-4657

Additional web resources in alphabetical order:

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
Alcohol, Substance & Drug Abuse

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Alternative Medicine

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Crisis Intervention 

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Eating Disorders

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Exercise & Fitness

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General Health

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Health Insurance

The new open enrollment period starts in October and runs through March 2014. the following sites are just a few that are currently present. Some sites will be state or government regulated and some sites are private for profit. We can only suggest that you will need to do your own research as to the plan that may work best for your needs.

We encourage students to use the government site, to run through the "see your options" section to help focus your search.

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Health Related Publications

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Injury Prevention
 

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LGBTQ 

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Mental Health

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Nutrition

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Sexual Assault

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Sexual Health

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STi/std

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Tobacco

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 VACCINATIONS

 

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Women's Health

      Up 2 Us

      #2-1-1 Breast Health

      HIV and Breastfeeding

      UC San Diego Women's Health

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