Due to the COVID-19 situation, many services are now available remotely. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to schedule an appointment to speak with a member of our staff and we will get back with you as quickly as possible.
We believe that everyone has a role in maintaining a safe campus environment. We support student success by offering presentations and awareness events to promote healthy relationships and educate students on important topics related to Violence Intervention & Prevention (V.I.P.).
Arizona Western College will not tolerate violence in any form against anyone and will take prompt action to eliminate any hostile environment and prevent its recurrence. We encourage you to report any incidents of violence, harassment, stalking, or sexual misconduct. Retaliation against any person who makes a good faith report or any other person who participates in the investigation of any such report is prohibited.
If you are on campus and need immediate assistance, you may call Campus Police directly (see number below) or use any of the emergency call boxes. If you are off campus and need immediate assistance, please call 911. The following resources are available to assist any individual impacted by interpersonal violence:
Emergency and After Hours Resource Numbers
|Campus Police||(928) 344-5555|
|Campus Police Dispatch||(928) 344-9500|
|Yuma Police Department||(928) 783-4421|
|Arizona Complete Health Crisis Line||1 (800) 495-6735|
|Community Interventions Associates||(928) 376-0026|
|Nurse Wise||1 (877) 613-2074|
|Amberly's Place||(928) 373-0849|
|US Suicide Prevention Lifeline||1 (800) 273-8255|
|Veteran's Crisis Line||1 (800) 273-8255|
|Crisis Chat Or Crisis Text Line||Text HOME to 741741|
|NDMDA Depression Hotline - Support Group||
1 (800) 826-3632
|Suicide Prevention Services Crisis Hotline||1 (800) 784-2433|
|Suicide Prevention Services Depression Hotline||(630) 482-9696|
|Child Abuse Hotline - Support & Information||1 (800) 422-4453|
|Crisis Help Line - For Any Kind of Crisis||1 (800) 233-4357|
|Domestic & Teen Dating Violence (En/Sp)||1 (800) 992-2600|
|Parental Stress Hotline - Help for Parents||1 (800) 632-8188|
|Runaway Hotline (All Calls are Confidential)||1 (800) 231-6946|
|Sexual Assault Hotline||1 (800) 223-5001|
|Suicide & Depression Hotline||1 (800) 999-9999|
|National Child Abuse Hotline||1 (800) 422-4453|
|National Domestic Violence Hotline||1 (800) 799-SAFE|
|National Domestic Violence Hotline (TDD)||1 (800) 787-3224|
|National Youth Crisis Hotline||1 (800) 448-4663|
|Safe Helpline||877 955-5247|
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is pleased to provide institutions of higher education and their surrounding communities with these resources to prevent drug abuse among college students. We are committed to promoting the importance of prevention and its role in helping ensure the health and safety of our nation’s colleges and universities.
Support for overcoming substance misuse tailored to you at https://startyourrecovery.org
Animal Therapy on College Campuses, helping students deal with stress and anxiety.
Tobacco Free College Campuses - resources, tools and support to keep students healthy at school.
Overcoming the Challenges of Higher Ed. - Veteran resources.
Self Help Resource Library
Live Life Well - We want to help you discover the essence of what it takes to lead a healthy, joyful lifestyle, and to help you embrace physical, spiritual, and emotional well-being.
Guide to Self Help Books - Your online bookstore for the best in self-help, self-improvement, and personal growth.
Self-Care and Wellness - Taking care of yourself so you can be your best!
UC Davis Self-Help Resource Library - Books, websites, and applications that are focused on health and wellness.
Online Mental Health Screening
Take the Test - Take the opportunity to fill out a brief self-assessment test for Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Alcohol or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Take the Screening - Mental Health Assessment - This screening tool evaluates whether you show symptoms of certain mental disorders. For the most part, the criteria used to determine whether you might be diagnosed with a disorder are taken from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5), which is the standard text used by mental health professionals.
Take the Test - Mental Health Assessment
If you have questions, are experiencing difficulty that is becoming hard to handle and feel that you need some assistance, if you are in crisis or if you just need someone to talk to, come see us. We can help you manage and be successful with resources, referrals, information, etc.
Give us a call at (928) 344-7602 or email the Health and Wellness Coordinator.