Health & Wellness Services

Salt Lake Community College Support Systems

Provides Health & Wellness services which enhance the physical, social, spiritual, intellectual and emotional well-being of the students, faculty and staff of SLCC. Health and Wellness Services provides education on a host of health issues and can refer students and staff to a variety of Health Resources.

Health & Wellness On-Campus Medical Clinics

Offer a full-range of serves including exams, prescriptions, pregnancy preventions items, flu shots, STI and pregnancy testing, and lab work for minimal fees. Each clinic employs a family nurse practitioner (FNP) and a medical assistant.

Health & Wellness Counseling Services

Provides services to help students with various issues including drug or alcohol abuse, domestic violence, depression, eating disorders, rape, suicidal thinking, stress management, and relationship problems. 
Counseling sessions with a Psychologist and/or Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW) are available to all SLCC students through Health & Wellness Counseling Services. 

Disability Resource Center (DRC)

Provides numerous services and programs for students with disabilities who need assistance with educational, physical, and/or program accommodations while pursuing and educations at Salt Lake Community College. Services are available at all SLCC sites. The DRC also is available for consultations, training and assistance to faculty and staff. To become eligible for services, 
students must attend an orientation, complete an applications for DRC and provide documentation regarding their disability. Services are approved on an individual basis and reevaluated periodically.

  • Redwood Campus, Student Center 244 (801) 957-4659,                                TTY (801) 957-4646
  • South City Campus (801) 957-4659

Disability Support Services

The office of Disability Support Services provides the same services as the Disability Resource Center for Skills Center students. 

  • South City Campus Room W132, (801) 957-3337, TTY (801) 957-4646

Public Safety 

Provides a full range of public safety services to the campus such as filing of crime reports, investigations, traffic accidents and all other incident requiring police assistance. It is a 24 hour a day police operation with full police power and statewide jurisdiction.

  • Redwood Campus Administration Building 150H, (801) 957-4615
  • Emergency TTY (801) 957-4404
  • South City Campus, Room W144, (801) 957-4615

TRiO

A federally-funded, equal opportunity programs assisting students to succeed in college and complete their educational goals. Services are limited to students who have low income, are first generation students in college, or student who have a physical or diagnosed learning disability. A few of the searches provided are tutoring, study skills and time management assistance, and referrals to campus and community resources.

  • Redwood Campus Portable Office #3, (801) 957-4089

General Salt Lake Community Resources

ADHD/Learning Disorders Assessment
  • Emma Mansour, Ph.D.
    Center for Human Potential - (801) 483-2447
  • Julia Jacobs, Ph.D.
    Shoreline Psycoholgy - (801) 285-0991
AIDS/HIV Information
  • AIDS Confidential InfoLine (801) 487-2100
  • AIDS Counseling and Info. Hotline 1-800-590-2437
  • American Red Cross (801) 323-7000
  • State Department of Health Bureau of HIV-AIDS  (Can provide anonymous testing) (801) 538-6096
  • HIV/AIDS Prevention & Services (801) 534-4572
  • National AIDS Hotline (English) 1-800-342-AIDS
  • (Spanish) 1-800-344-7432
  • National Association of People with AIDS (202) 347-1317
  • People With AIDS Coalition of Utah (801) 484-2205
  • Utah AIDS Foundation (801) 487-2323
  • Toll Free in Utah 1-800-FON-AIDS
Child Abuse / Neglect
  • Family Support Center (801) 487-7778, (801) 255-6881
  • Protective Services (24 hrs.) (801) 487-9811
Domestic Violence 
  • Blanding Safehouse (801) 678-3211
  • Center for Women and Children in Crisis (801) 377-5500
  • Citizens Against Physical and Sexual Abuse (801) 753-2500
  • Coleen Quigley Women's Center (801) 637-6850
  • Color Country Cottage Women's Crisis Center 1-800-953-3842
  • Domestic Peace Task Force (801) 647-9161
  • Domestic Violence Info Line 1-800-897-LINK
  • Legal Aid Society (801) 355-HELP or (801) 328-8849
  • New Horizon Crisis Center 1-800-343-6302
  • Office of Social Services (801) 673-9691
  • Project Sanctuary (801) 255-5501
  • Seekhaven (801) 259-2229
  • South Valley Sanctuary (801) 255-1095
  • Tooele Safehouse (801) 833-7300
  • Women in Jeopardy (YWCA) (801) 355-2804
  • Women's Crisis Center (801) 781-0743
  • YCC of Ogden/Northern Utah (801) 392-7273
  • YWCA (801) 734-2233
Eating Disorders
Financial Counseling
  • Community Action Program (CAP) (801) 359-2444
  • Consumer Credit Counseling Service (801) 566-0800
General Resources
LGBTQ
Medical Clinics
  • City/County Health Department (801) 468-2720
  • Maliheh Free Medical Clinic (801) 266-3700
  • Fourth Street Homeless Medical Clinic (801)364-0058
Community Health Centers
  • Central City (801) 539-8617
  • Copperview (801) 566-5494
  • Northwest (385) 328-5750
  • Oquirrh View (801) 964-6214
  • Health Clinics of Utah (formerly UMAP) (801) 468-0305
  • Indian Health Care Clinic (801) 534-4555
  • Planned Parenthood (801) 322-5571, (801) 973-9675

Medical Information and Physician Referral

  • Planned Parenthood (recorded messages) (801) 364-CALL
  • Utah Medical Association (801) 355-7477
  • DrugWatch.com

Mental Health / Counseling

  • Valley Mental Health (Salt Lake, Summit & Tooele counties) 1-888-949-4864
  • University Neuropsychiatric Institute - UNI (801) 583-2500
  • Intermountain Psychiatry and Counseling - Avenues (801) 408-8500
  • Intermountain Psychiatry and Counseling - Union Park (801) 233-4200
  • LDS Family Services - SLC (801) 487-0499
  • Highland Ridge Hospital (801) 569-2153
  • Utah Valley Regional Medical Center - Provo (801) 357-7525
  • McKay-Dee Hospital Center - Ogden (801) 387-2800
  • Davis Behavioral Health - Layton (801) 773-7060
  • Weber Human Services - Ogden (801) 625-3700
  • Wasatch Mental Health - Provo (801) 373-4766
  • United Way Information & Referral Services 2-1-1 or 1-888-9790
  • National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI) Utah (801) 323-9900
  • OptumHealth Salt Lake County - (877) 370-8953
  • Salt Lake County Division of Behavioral Health (385) 468-4707
  • Polizzi Clinic (801) 277-7740 

Mental Health Emergencies / Crisis Line

  • 24 Hour Crisis Line - Salt Lake County (801) 587-3000
  • 24 Hour Crisis Line - Utah County (801) 691-5433
  • 24 Hour Crisis Line - Weber County (801) 625-3700
  • 24 Hour Crisis Line - Davis County (801) 773-7060
  • 24 Hour Crisis Line - Summit County (435) 649-8347 or (800) 537-839
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273- TALK (8255)

Pregnancy / Pregnancy Prevention
(see also, MEDICAL CLINICS)
  • Baby Your Baby Hotline 1-800-826-9662
  • Catholic Community Services (801) 977-9119
  • First Way of Salt Lake City (801) 484-4616
  • Intermountain Nurse Midwifery Service (Free Pregnancy Testing) (801) 321-1440
  • Planned Parenthood (801) 322-5571, (801) 973-9675
Rape
  • Rape Recovery Center (801) 467-7273
  • Family Support Center (801) 255-6881
  • YWCA (801) 355-2804
  • Sexual Assault - "Not Alone" video
STI Clinics / Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • City/County Health Department
    • Kearns (801) 967-4424
    • Magna (801) 250-9682
    • Midvale (801) 255-7114
    • Salt Lake (801) 534-4666
    • South Salt Lake (801) 483-5455
  • National Herpes Hotline (919) 361-8488
  • Planned Parenthood (801) 322-5571, (801) 973-9675
  • STD's National Hotline 1-800-227-8922
Substance Abuse Counseling and Referral
  • AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) (801) 484-7871
  • Cocaine Anonymous (801) 493-7879
  • Narcotics Anonymous (801) 296-4044
  • Alcohol & Drug Abuse Clinic (U of Utah) (801) 581-6228
  • Cornerstone Counseling Services (801) 355-2846
  • Utah Alcoholism Foundation - House of Hope (801) 487-3276
  • Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake - (801) 486-4877
  • Veteran's Affairs Medical Center (801) 582-1565
  • Valley Mental Health - 1-888-949-4864
  • Salt Lake County Assessment and Referral Services (801) 532-1850

Support Groups

  • Call The Information and Referral Center for details about groups covering topics such as abuse, bereavement, co-dependency, divorce, health, parenting, and substance abuse at (801) 978-3333

Victim Compensation

  • Office of Crime Victim Reparations (801) 533-4000
Welfare and Family Services
  • For the nearest Workforce Services office (food stamps, financial assistance, Medicaid, emergency assistance, etc.), call (801) 468-0000. 
  • For nearest Child and Family Services office (Child and Adult Protective Services, foster care, etc.) call (801) 538-4100.