Mental Health Resources

SJCC Case Management Services​

Dear Students,

Due to campus closure in-person services are suspended.  Attempts are being made to transition to offer remote services.  Please check back for updates.  To contact me please email me at Elisse.Reyna@sjcc.ed, and I will respond during work hours.  Please note that I am not on-call for emergency services or crisis intervention.  If you are in crisis please see the resources listed below.  Thank you for your patience as we make this transition. 

Take Care,

Elisse Reyna

Case Manager

If you are in crisis including and need immediate attention please access the following:

Emergency Psychiatric Services (EPS): 408-885-6100
– Santa Clara County Mental Health services emergency evaluation services
820 Enborg Court, San Jose, CA 95128-2645

Mental Health Urgent Care: 408-885-7855

– Non-emergency psychiatric evaluation services. Accept people with Medi-Cal or no insurance
871 Enborg Lane,  San Jose, CA 95128-2645

Santa Clara County Mobile Crisis Team:

-The mobile crisis response team responds to individuals in crisis to address mental health symptoms and needs including those who are suicidal or at risk. 

1-800-704-0900 and select 2

**You can also call 911

Crisis Hotlines:

please contact the 24-Hour Crisis Hotline 1-855-278-4204 

 text "HELLO" to 741741 to be connected to the free, confidential 24/7 crisis text line.

Is there a cost associated with Case Management?

SJCC Case Management Services is a free and confidential support service offered to all currently enrolled students. This service is designed to support students who are experiencing some measure of distress in their lives. 

Some indicators that you would benefit from Case Management Services are if you are currently experiencing any of the following: 

How Do I Make an Appointment with the Case Manager or Make a Referral?

We are currently working on a plan to transition to provide remote services. Please continue to submit electronic referrals.  

Faculty & Staff

Submit an Electronic Referral: If you know of a student who would benefit from Case Management services, please submit a Person of Concern Form​ utilizing the online Maxient system. This is a more secure referral process than sending an email.​


Additional Mental Health Resources for Students, Faculty and Staff




Due to Campus Closure from 3/16/20-4/8/20 in-person Case Management services are suspended. 

Elisse Reyna, LCSW


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

SJCC Supporting Page
San Jose City College