CSUSB Student Health
The Student Health Center remains dedicated to protecting your health and well-being. In the best interest of the health and safety of our campus community due to the current COVID-19 situation, we are operating remotely for the time being and have suspended in-person clinical and pharmacy services.
To schedule a medical appointment, for prescription refills or questions, or to request health education appointments or information, please call: (909) 537-5241. If you have an emergency that requires immediate police, medical, psychiatric or fire response, dial 911.
Phone messages are retrieved between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) and your message will be returned as soon as possible. If you are calling outside of these hours, you may leave a message and your call will be returned the next business day. You may also call (855) 262-5562 for our 24/7 non-emergency nurse advice line.
If you have an urgent health or psychiatric need, please go to urgent care or your nearest hospital emergency room. For locations, see the Emergencies and After Hours information on this website.
For up to date COVID-19 information, visit the CSUSB COVID-19 site, the CDC, or your local county’s Department of Public Health site.
The Student Health Center Staff would like you to know that we are committed to serving our students and we welcome your calls.
CSUSB Counseling and Psychological Services
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) will be providing all services through telephone or video conferencing this spring 2020, including virtual counseling, crisis services, workshops, and consultation and outreach to the campus community, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Please visit the CAPS website for more information or call the CAPS office at (909) 537-5040.
Check out the Therapy Groups available through CAPS
Check out the Health & Wellness Workshops
If you are in need of a disability-related accommodation to participate in our services, please contact Counseling and Psychological Services three working days in advance at (909) 537-5040
Counseling & Psychological Services
California State University, San Bernardino
Critical Hotline 211
The 211 critical hotline connects individuals in need to available community resources. Those impacted by the Coronavirus can dial 211 at any time during the day to research and receive assistance.
211 Los Angeles County (link)
Dial 211 or text COVID to 52211. Services the LA county
211 San Bernardino County (link)
Dial 211 or text your zip code to 898211. Services the SB County.
United Way of the Inland Valleys (link) – There are many resources offered by the United Way. They also take donations which are vital to their organization. These donations are used to help the public.
State of California Disability Insurance/Paid Family Leave
The State of California is waiving the one-week unpaid waiting period to receive disability or paid family leave benefits. If you have been exposed to the Coronavirus and must self-quarantine or you are taking care of a family member exposed to the virus, you may be eligible for these benefits. More info on the Coronavirus
Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County distributes food through 100 partners around the community. They also provide hand sanitizer, paper towels, and other hygiene products. For more information, call (909) 723-1500.
For a comprehensive list of food pantries in our region, visit Community Action Partnership.
Departments of Public Health
Medical Centers In and Around The Inland Empire
Pomona Valley Medical Center (Link)
Casa Colina Hospital (Link)
Chino Valley Medical Center (Link)
Western University (Link)
Kaiser Fontana (Link): Call 1-833-KP4CARE (1-833-574-2273)
Kaiser Ontario (Link): Call 1-833-KP4CARE (1-833-574-2273)
East Valley Community Health Center (Link): Call 909-620-8088
Mental Health Resources
During this time of uncertainty, we can forget to be mindful about our mental health. Be sure to take a few minutes from your stressful day to find mental peace. Clearing the mind of stress a few times a day will help you to reduce your stress. If you find that you need mental health services, please refer to the resources here for any additional help. Being healthy is not just a physical attribute, but a mental one as well.
Crisis Text Line
Text CRISIS to 741741 for free, confidential crisis counseling.
The National Suicide Prevention Hotline
(888) 628-9454 (Spanish)
The Trevor Project
The National Domestic Violence Hotline
Child Abuse Hotlines
San Bernardino County
Los Angeles County
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Guidance
County Mental Health Resources
San Bernardino County
East Valley (Fontana to Yucaipa): (909) 420-0560
West Valley (Rancho to Chino): (909) 535-1316
24/7 Helpline: (800) 854-7771