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  • Referral Services
  • Referral Services

    Pueblo Community College cares about students and that is why we offer our students an approach to their mental and emotional need through community partnerships we have developed over the years. Currently on the Pueblo campus we offer referral services that will address the issues and not ignore a student’s need. We believe in ongoing help for those who need it and that is why we utilize community advocates like Spanish Peaks or Health solutions. These services take a holistic approach to care. On campus we have one Navigator Trainer from Catholic Charities and a full-time physician available from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily. They are available for students if they desire a referral, or if they just need a moment to vent. We believe in solutions to life’s most difficult concerns and this is why we will work to assist our students with the professional care they deserve.

    Are you having a bad day, or just need someone to talk to? Referral and guidance services here at PCC are available to you Monday-Friday from 8 am- 5 pm. While we do not have certified counselors, PCC can offer referral and guidance services in your time of crisis. These individuals have years of experience working with a wide range of students from all walks of life. These services are offered to students who need ongoing counseling, mental health, and alcohol assistance.

    PCC Health Clinic

    You may contact our physician on the Pueblo campus in the PCC Health Clinic, located in Room 118 of the Medical Technology Building, or call 719.549.3315. The Health Clinic is open weekdays 8 am-4 pm (8-10 am on Thursdays). On the Fremont Campus, you may contact the Go!Zone. We also have Navigator Trainers on the Pueblo campus located in Room 241 of the Student Center. These offices provide a number of services, such as:

    Crisis Intervention

    Assistance is provided to students who are experiencing a crisis. Once the crisis has abated, we refer students to off-campus resources.

    Project ACCESS

    (Advancing Community Care; Enhancing Student Success)
    The PCC Pueblo Campus has partnered with Catholic Charities to offer assistance to students. In addition to an “Options 4 Change” class, Project ACCESS provides referrals to numerous community services. This is an exciting partnership that is a valuable resource for PCC students! Get in touch with Project ACCESS by calling 719.549.3080 Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    Drug and Alcohol Prevention Information

    PCC maintains drug prevention information and resources in cooperation with the referral sources in the community. We also have information concerning alcohol abuse prevention. These resources are available to all employees and students at all campuses. You can obtain information and confidential referrals by contacting the Chief Student Services Officer at 719.549.3080.