Mental Health Resources

SJCC Case Management Services​

Case Management Update:

Now offering remote case management services for currently enrolled SJCC students until the end of summer session (July 23).   

If you are a SJCC currently enrolled student, and want to schedule an appointment please contact the Case Manager directly via email or google voice (408) 780-8497.  

Case Management FAQ's

  • Do I have to pay to see the case manager?

Case management is free and available to currently enrolled SJCC students. 

  • How do I qualify for case management?

As long as you are a SJCC currently enrolled student you can access services.  

  • What is case management for?

Case management is designed to provide support to currently enrolled students who are experiencing distress in their lives. The case manager is a mental health professional who can support students with their mental health needs. 

  • Will anyone know that I am seeing the Case Manager?

Case management is confidential. 

  • I am interested in getting counseling/therapy.  Can the Case Manager help with this?

Yes, the case manager can provide a referral when appropriate to a SJCC mental health counselor and/or support with accessing counseling/therapy in the community.  

  • What can I expect in my first appointment with the Case Manager?

The first appointment will take from 45 minutes to an hour.  Services will be explained, and you can ask questions. The Case Manager will ask you questions to assess and get a good sense of what you may need support with.  The purpose of the 1st meeting is to try to identify  goal(s) of case management.  

  • I was enrolled in spring semester, but I am not enrolled in summer session.  Can I still schedule an appointment with the Case Manager?

No, only currently enrolled students can access services.  

Are you struggling to manage stress? Here are some tips:

  • Establish and implement a daily routine
  • Put limitations around news consumption
  • Access news from reputable sources
  • Maintain a healthy sleep schedule
  • Incorporate movement into everyday
  • Seek help & support when you need it
  • Have fun
  • Take care of yourself
  • Utilize a regular self-care/coping-skill routine to mitigate ongoing stress
  • Maintain contact with friends and family to avoid feeling isolated
  • Think about what you did to  help yourself in the past when you were struggling, and try to do that now. 

FREE activities to benefit mental health & overall wellness

  • Less than 5 minute meditations focused on stress relief, calming anxiety & restful sleep.  
  • Monterey Bay Aquarium has many guided meditation videos:

Sunset Evening Meditation 

Morning Meditation with the Moon Jellies

Morning Meditation with the Open Sea

Links to Community Resources:

Covid-19 related resources

Crisis Hotlines

Crisis Response & Immediate Help

1(800)704-0900 select option #2 
*Trained clinicians are available to respond to a mental health crisis, and to deescalate a crisis.
*Available to everyone in Santa Clara County

(408)885-7855 8 am-10 pm

*Walk-in outpatient for Santa Clara County residents experiencing a mental health crisis and need immediate help.

  • Services include: Psychiatric evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment; Phone consultation with licensed clinical staff; Brief Medication Management services up to fifty-nine (59) days; Appropriate referral to other community resources; Walk-in care for individuals who are experiencing a behavioral health crisis and need help.


COVID-19 Reputable sources



  • Please call the Santa Clara County Office of Supportive Housing (408)510-7600 to be put on the list for housing. As the county secures additional shelter beds people will be referred from this list. 
  • If you are between the ages of 13-25 please go to the Bill Wilson Center Drop-In Center located at 693 S. 2nd St. Services available include: 
      • Access to basic necessities such as food, clothing, personal care items, lockers, access to phone, and computer, access to showers, and washer and dryer.  
      • Connection to a Case Manager that can support with getting stable housing. 

Faculty & Staff:

The Case Manager is now available during summer session.  Please note services are only available to currently enrolled SJCC students.  

If any faculty members are interested in a student in a class presentation discussing mental health and wellness, and accessing SJCC mental health resources please email me directly. 

 Additional Mental Health Resources for Students, Faculty and Staff

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Now offering remote services for summer 


Summer Hours:

Tuesday and Thursday 

10:30 AM- 3:30 PM

Contact Information:

Elisse Reyna, LCSW

SJCC Case Manager

(408) 780-8497

  • When leaving a voice mail pleae state your name, student id, contact informaiton and best time to contact you.  

On Campus 


Student Center Health Clinic 
(1st floor, SC-109C)​

SJCC Supporting Page
San Jose City College