Health, Wellness and Safety
|Medical or safety emergency||Dial: 911|
|Mental health or personal crisis||Community-wide Crisis Line, 520-622-6000|
|Other concerns & agency referrals||Community Information & Referral Services
Within Arizona, dial: 211
Community Health Clinics
PCC’s Health Clinics, operated by Marana Health Center Healthcare, are open to the public as well as PCC students, staff and faculty. They accept most major health plans and welcome new patients. If you are without health insurance, sliding fees are available.
PCC’s Eastside Health Clinic provides primary care, preventive health services and laboratory testing at the PCC East Campus.
Dental Hygiene Clinic
Pima's Dental Hygiene Clinic provides low-cost therapeutic preventive dental services by PCC students under the supervision of licensed dentists and dental hygienists. Adults and children are welcome to set up appointments.
PCC employees and students who are nursing mothers can make a reservation to use a lactation room found on PCC campuses. Find out more about:
First aid is available on all campuses at our Department of Public Safety offices. You may contact campus police at 206-2700.
Counseling and Community Referrals
PCC counselors can help you with personal issues and find community resources for assistance. There are counseling offices on all PCC campuses, and you may call or contact one online.
Community Information and Referral Services
This Tucson organization acts as a public guide to community programs throughout Southern Arizona. For personal and family aid, call 1-800-352-3792.
ULifeline is an online resource for information on suicide prevention, drugs and mental health. Just select "Arizona", then "Pima Community College" to get information and contacts to help with the stresses of college life.
If you or someone you know is faced with mental health issues, WebTribes is an online support destination. WebTribes is made up of social networking support communities.