MJC Campus Resources
Pirates' Pantry- Available to all currently enrolled MJC students. The Pirates' Pantry offers two options for food pick up; Drive-thru or In-Person visits (walk-ins are welcome by availability). Items available: Food, hygiene products, bath and body items, household items and food vouchers.
FLOW- Learn how and when you can get a free lunch on Wednesday.
Health Services- Assists students with health-related concerns including: first-aid, illness prevention and wellness information, over-the-counter medications, pregnancy screenings, vaccines, blood pressure checks, mental health referrals, sexual health referrals, hemoglobin and glucose screenings, vision/color perception screenings, crisis Intervention (if it is an emergency, call 9-1-1 or the crisis phone/text line) and more.
Mental Health Therapy Appointments: 1-on-1, one-hour appointments with mental health providers. Students are eligible for up to 6 sessions per semester. Call Health Services to schedule: (209) 575-6038 or (209) 575-6281
PirateCare- Offers free mental health support from a mobile device or computer. TalkNow is available 24/7 and unlimited. You can also schedule up to 12 free counseling visits with a licensed provider.
Lactation Rooms- Clean, private & safe lactation rooms for mothers to nurse, or pump milk while on campus. Each room contains a comfortable chair, table, sink, and electrical outlets for use.
Prime Shine Pirate Express Shuttle Schedule- Need a ride between MJC campuses? Students ride for free!
Bus Pass- Find out how you can ride the Modesto MAX Bus or Stanislaus County START Bus for free!
Basic Needs Resources- Access to shower & laundry facilities; food & housing insecurity support
2-1-1 of Stanislaus County- Connecting Stanislaus County residents to current health and human service information including food, housing, transportation, crisis services, etc
Access from AT&T- Low cost internet for low income customers
Center for Human Services serves children, individuals and families in Stanislaus County through six core program areas: Mental Health Services, Shelter Services, Youth Services, School Based Services, Substance Abuse Treatment and Family Resource Centers.
CVOC- Central Valley Opportunity Center- Energy Assistance- provides one payment per year to utility companies for low-income customers.
Interfaith Ministries- Helps individuals in need of food, clothing and other humanitarian services
MID CARES- Discount on your monthly MID bill
PG&E CARE Program- Discount on monthly utility bill
Women's Haven Center- serving all survivors of domestic violence, sexual abuse, and human trafficking.
Valley Mountain Regional Center (VMRC)- Free diagnosis and assessment services available to any person suspected of having developmental disability, such as intellectual disability, epilepsy, or autism