Health and Wellbeing

Center for Wellness & Wellbeing


Quick Mental Health Screening
Quick Mental Health Screening
COVID-19 Mental Health Resources
COVID-19 Mental Health Resources

In an Emergency 24/7

From any campus phone,
call 4300 or 911

From a mobile phone,
call SMC dispatch

If off-campus, call 911

The Center for Wellness and Wellbeing provides a range of psychological services to help enhance the overall personal wellbeing of SMC students.​​

Winter 2021 Hours (1/4 to 2/11)

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, appointments are offered only by phone or video to currently enrolled SMC students.

Monday - Thursday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
: Closed


  • Please leave a voicemail at 310-434-4503 or send an email to

24/7 Emotional Support: Call 800-691-6003

  • Students can call 800-691-6003 at any time for free in-the-moment support from a mental health clinician affiliated with the Center for Wellness & Wellbeing. 

  • Faculty and staff can also call this number to consult about students in crisis when the Center for Wellness & Wellbeing is closed.


Free Confidential, Short-Term Individual Counseling: Provided by licensed psychologists and advanced trainees under close supervision by the licensed staff.

Referral Services: Because our center provides short-term counseling, community referrals to appropriate agencies are offered for students in need of longer-term or more specialized services.

Crisis Intervention (walk-in services are not available remotely while campus is closed): Please use crisis resources: SMC 24/7 emotional support line, 800-691-6003; Suicide Prevention Lifeline ​800-273-​8255; Crisis Text Line​ (text COURAGE to 741741); or Department of Mental Health Help Line, 800-854-7771

Consultations: Our center offers faculty, staff, and administrators the opportunity to get assistance dealing with challenging students, difficult circumstances and disruptive situations involving students.

Workshops and Training: We offer a wide variety of workshops and training on topics such as stress management, test anxiety, mindfulness, healthy relationships, mental illness, suicide prevention, and substance use.