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CC Cares - Mental/Medical Health and Safety: General Mental/Medical Resources

Mental and Medical Health Resources for Cerro Coso Students

Coyote Telehealth

Coyote Telehealth

FREE Medical Healthcare for Students

Simply create your profile on www.CoyoteTelehealth.com!

To register:

  1. Go to CoyoteTelehealth.com. If you are on your phone, you'll be prompted to download the TimelyMD app.

  2. Click "Sign Up" as a first-time user. *Must use your .edu email address

  3. Follow the prompts to create your new username and password.

What is Coyote Telehealth?

Access to 24/7 medical and mental health support for all regularly admitted Cerro Coso students enrolled in the college

Who can use Coyote Telehealth?

Any regularly admitted Cerro Coso student enrolled in the college can use Coyote Telehealth.

What services are available?

24/7 Medical visits, TalkNow visits (24/7 mental health support), and Scheduled Counseling visits are available at no cost.

How do I log in?

Go to www.CoyoteTelehealth.com and follow the prompts. *Mobile users will be directed to download the app.

What can I be treated for?

Our physicians and counselors can treat/discuss a wide range of common conditions, and after talking to you, will decide on the best course of treatment. Some common conditions are:
Colds, Sinus Infection, Influenza (flu), Stress and Anxiety, Relationships, and Depression

How much does it cost?

There is no cost to regularly admitted Cerro Coso students enrolled in the college.

Can I get a prescription?

Yes, if the provider deems it clinically appropriate.

I'm under 18 years old. Can I access care?

Yes. Have your parent or guardian create an account through www.CoyoteTelehealth.com or the TimelyMD mobile app. Log in under your parent or guardian's account using their credentials. Once you select a service, select that the service is for "My Child," and add your information.

Visit www.CoyoteTelehealth.com for more information.

General Mental Health Resources

Cerro Coso Community College Counseling and ACCESS Services:

Kern Behavioral Health and Recovery Behavioral Services:

Black Mental Health Resources

Black and African American Communities and Mental Health

https://www.mhanational.org/issues/black-african-american-communities-and-mental-health

Black Girl In Om

https://www.blackgirlinom.com/

Self-Care- A DIY A How-To Just for You

https://shamelessmag.com/blog/entry/self-care-diy-how-just-you

Therapy for Black Men

https://therapyforblackmen.org/

Heal Haus

https://www.healhaus.com/

The Love Land Foundation

https://thelovelandfoundation.org/

Dive in Well

https://www.diveinwell.com/

Therapy for Black Girls

https://therapyforblackgirls.com/

Black Emotional and Mental Health- Beam

https://www.beam.community/

 

Project Roomkey

Project Roomkey

Project Roomkey is an initiative to secure hotel and motel rooms to protect homeless individuals from COVID-19.

State is securing thousands of isolation rooms in hotels and motels for extremely vulnerable individuals experiencing homelessness to help flatten the curve & preserve hospital capacity.

California is the first in the nation to secure FEMA approval for 75 percent federal cost-share for this life-saving mission & create a model for other states.

Visit this page to learn more!

Suicide Prevention

We recognize that these stressful, distressing times can escalate someone’s sense of hopelessness and helplessness.  Please consider the following resources if you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts or thoughts of self-harm.  We are HERE for you in addition to the resources below.  Please reach out and give us a chance to support you or someone you know.  This situation is TEMPORARY and we can help you through this difficult time.

The Lifeline is FREE, confidential, and always available. Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or visit www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org.

This a free 24-hour hotline. (Press 1 for a dedicated line for Veterans and their families. Para espanol, oprima 2.)

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline has TTY capability via one of our national call centers, which can be accessed by calling 1-800-799-4TTY (4889).

The Crisis Text Line offers free, 24/7 support. Text “EMM” to 741741 to text confidentially with a trained crisis counselor.