VVC is committed to student success.

We recognize that learning is a holistic process.

To support your learning, all students are encouraged to use available resources.




Defining Wellness:


"A conscious, self-directing and evolving process of achieving full potential.”

  • The National Wellness Institute


The following resources are available for FREE to all registered VVC students.

Health   Mental Health    Wellness    Basic Needs


CRISIS Resources

If you or someone you know is experiencing an immediate crisis, please seek help by contacting:

              ◊  Crisis Text Line (text COURAGE to 741741)

              ◊  The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (dial 800-273-8255)

              ◊  Emergency Services (dial 911)

              ◊  Campus Police (dial 760-245-4271, x.2555)







Wellness Central

– Free wellness resources available 24/7 on CANVAS and from link below

Your health and wellness are important; they are connected to your ability to succeed as a student.

Wellness Central includes information, resources, and self-assessments that allow you to explore different dimensions of wellness: Academic, Financial, Spiritual, Emotional, Social, and Physical.




Timely CARE /Talk CARE




– Free for registered students and their families

Download and use the app to gain access to:

◊  24/7 access to Medical and TalkNow professionals

◊  No-cost virtual visits

◊  Student-focused physicians and counselors

More information about Timely CARE  





Food Pantry, Housing Assistance, Transportation

“The PEAK” Food Pantry – daily food packs

SAC – upstairs, above RAMS Café

Monday – Friday   10am – 3pm    Student ID required (available from ASB office – around the corner)

CalFresh Registration Assistance available

Nutrition assistance program for eligible students that helps you stretch your monthly budget to purchase healthy and nutritious food.




Housing assistance is available for students who are homeless.

More information is available from the Financial .

Aid office in the One Stop.








Currently, parking fees are not required.

Free VVTA bus passes are available with your VVC ASB STUDENT ID – available in the SAC (upstairs in ASB office) with proof of registration.




Community Resources

        ◊  United Way Community Resource Hub (dial 211)

        ◊  IEHP (Inland Empire Health Plan – health, food, exercise, community resources) 866-228-4347

        ◊  Family Assistance Program (shelter from domestic violence) 760-949-4357 



State-wide California Community Colleges

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These resources are not intended to take the place of emergency care or professional care by a clinical provider such as a doctor, nurse practitioner, or physician’s assistant.