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Mt. SAC Emergency Alert

Alert: Mt. SAC has Transitioned to Online Classes and Services (see www.mtsac.edu/online). Learn more about our COVID-19 response at www.mtsac.edu/health.

Campus Resources


On-Campus Resources

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      Financial Aid

      Aside from state and federal aid, Mt. SAC has other options to help finance your education. These include; Associated Students Book Scholarship, Emergency Book Loan, Extended Opportunity Programs and Support, and the Mt. SAC Scholarship Program. Contact for more information

       

      Career Center

      Career Services provide employment assistance and opportunities to Mt. SAC student and alumni. To accomplish this, they partner directly with local employers and help them find qualified candidates. They also offer a variety of services to assist Mt. SAC students and alumni including but not limited to exploring careers, acquiring employment skills, gaining experience, and gaining employment.

       

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      Shower Access

      DUE TO COVID-19, Campus is currently closed and unable to offer Shower Access. In accordance with AB 1995, shower access is provided for current Mt. SAC students. Showers are located in the Gym, Building 3, M-F from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please bring your own towel and toiletries. 

      Feminine Hygiene Products

      Health Center, 67B, and Health Center Satellite, 9E, distribute free feminine hygiene products for students in need. 

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      Student Health Center, 9E or 67B

      The Mt. SAC Health Center provides limited medical services, chiropractic services, and personal counseling for Mt. SAC Students. Please visit the website for more information. Please call or visit to make an appointment. Walk-in nurse visits available.

       

      Behavior and Wellness Team

      The Behavior & Wellness Team (B&WT) is a multidisciplinary campus team that guides the campus community in effectively assessing and addressing concerning and/or threatening behavior. The B&WT aims to assist students who may be experiencing an emotional problem or before their behavior reaches a potentially dangerous level. The team does not respond to emergency or crisis situations. For emergency that require an immediate response, call the Department of Police and Campus Safety at 909-274-4555 or 911.

      W: www.mtsac.edu/behavior-and-wellness

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      Bus Pass Program

      All students who are taking Mt. SAC college credit classes and have paid their student fees are entitled to a free Class Pass from Foothill Transit. The cost for the bus pass is included in your college fees, so all you have to do is pick yours up at the bookstore today. 

      The Class Pass is a reusable card that gives students unlimited access to Foothill Transit buses, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Students who attend in the Fall can use their Class Pass during the Winter intersession, and students who attend in the Spring can use their Class Pass during the Summer intersession. 

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      Dean of Student Services 

      For pressing situations or situations involving multiple Student Services areas (i.e., financial aid, counseling, etc.), please contact the Dean of Student Services Office, 9C. 

      • T: (909) 274-4525

Off-Campus Resources

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      East San Gabriel Valley Coalition for the Homeless

      Information on shelters, emergency assistance, transitional housing and health outreach. Please call for the latest information on shelters, and pick-up locations.

       

      Pacific Clinics Hope Drop-In Center

      Pacific Clinic's Hope Drop-In Center is a safe place for teens and young adults (ages 16-25) who are looking for support, healing and care. They provide immediate help and programs (such as free lunch, clothing, showers, laundry facilities, employment support, recreational area and computer center). They are open 7 days a week and transportation is available to and from the center. 

      • T:(626)337-3828 
      • A: 13001 Ramona Blvd. Suite I  Irwindale CA 91706
      • IG: @hope_dropin
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      Shower Access

      During COVID-19, changes have occured to the mobile shower locations in Los Angeles County. Currently there are 18 mobile shower locations in LA County. Below is the information for two sites closest to our Mt. SAC campus:

       1.  The Shower of Hope: 750 S. Santa Anita Ave. , South El Monte 91733. Showers every Tuesday from 10am to 4pm.

      2. The Shower of Hope: 3089 E. Huntington Dr., Irwindale 91706. Showers every Tuesday from 8:30am to 1:30pm.

      Additional mobile showers and handwashing locations in Los Angeles County can be found here.

      The Shower of Hope: You can also visit the Shower of Hope website here for more information regarding mobile shower access for those in need.      

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      Sowing Seeds for Life

      Sowing Seeds for Life (SSFL) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization incorporated in 2005 whose mission is to eliminate hunger. SSFL is a part of America’s Second Harvest whose mission is “feeding America’s hungry through a nationwide network of member food banks and engaging our country in the fight to end hunger in our local communities."

      Food distributions every 1st and 3rd Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

      1350 Arrow Hwy  La Verne, CA 91750 

      Los Angeles Regional Food Bank

      Food and other products are distributed to people in need through charitable agencies or directly through programs; conduct hunger education and awareness campaigns and advocate for public policies that alleviate hunger; and energize the community to get involved and support hunger relief. Contact for food distribution sites.

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      Los Angeles County America's Job Centers of California

      America’s Job Center of California  (AJCC) is your easy one-stop access to the state’s employment-related services. Explore the resources through this Web portal or visit a local center. They're located throughout the state to help employers find qualified workers and job seekers find good jobs. Employers can get help in posting job openings and recruiting candidates. Job seekers can get assistance in assessing skills, finding job opportunities and training, prepping a résumé, and much more.

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      Tri-City Wellness Center

      The Tri-City Wellness Center is a hub of community activities that promote recovery, resiliency, and wellness for people confronting mental health issues. Staff located at this site, including peer advocates, family members, clinical staff, and others, provide a range of culturally competent, person- and family centered groups, workshops and socialization activities designed to promote increasing independence and wellness for people of all ages. 

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      Mobile Shower & Hygiene Access:  

      During COVID-19, changes have occured to the mobile shower locations in LA county. Currently there are 18 mobile shower locations in LA County. Below is the information for two sites closest to our Mt. SAC Campus.

      • The Shower of Hope: offers shower access every TUESDAY from 10am-4pm located at 750 S. Santa Anita Ave. South El Monte 91733.
      • The Shower of Hope: offers shower access every TUESDAY from 8:30am-1:30pm located at 3090 Huntington Dr. Irwindale, 91010.

      Additional mobile showers and handwashing locations in Los Angeles County can be found here.

       

      Laundry Love Project, Pomona

      The Laundry Love Project in Pomona is a FREE Wash and Dry Program every 3rd Wednesday of the month, 6pm-8pm at Lucy's Laundry Mart. This is sponsored by St. Ambrose Claremont, St. John's La Verne, St. Mark's Upland, St. Paul's Pomona, Deanery 6 of the Episcopal Diocese of L.A, and Tri-City Mental Health Center.

       

      House of Ruth, Inc.: Assisting Families Victimized by Domestic Violence

      House of Ruth has been providing life-saving domestic violence services for residents of eastern Los Angeles and western San Bernardino counties. Participation in House of Ruth programming is open to all battered women, men, and their children.

       

      The San Grabriel Valley Consortium on Homelessness

      The San Gabriel Vally Consortium on Homelessness facilitates partnerships, educates the community and member agencies, and advocates for appropriate housing and services in the San Gabriel Valley. 

       

      211 LA County

      Dial 211 from anywhere in LA County and a friendly representative will assist you with connecting to comprehensive social services for Los Angeles County residents.

      211 SB County

      Dial 211 from anywhere in San Bernardino County and a friendly representative will assist you with connecting to comprehensive social services for Los Angeles County residents.

       

      Services Center for Independent Life (SCIL)

      SCIL seeks to empower all persons, with any disability, in their request for greater personal independence and to advocate for a barrier free society. Services include: advocacy, assistant technology coordination, benefits planning, deaf services, cross-disability peer counseling, housing information and resources, independent living skills, information and referral, personal care assistant referrals, and transitional services.