Emotional Support and Well-being Services

Through our onsite Community Advising Network (CAN) counselor, we provide ways to support your mental health and wellness.

CAN Counseling

Tracy Thomas, CAN Counselor, is available to see students. She offers mental health and wellness resources. In collaboration with Student Health and Counseling Services, Tracy brings a wealth of experience in providing students with comfort and support. 

"In the Native American Community, we're mostly reliant on going to family members or elders, or count on our spirituality for assistance when we're having troubles. But sometimes it just doesn't quite help with the things people might be dealing with. I'm here as a support system. I am here to help you, to talk with you in an open-minded, non-judgemental, confidential space." - Tracy Thomas, LMFT to NAASSC and the SRRC. 

Wellness Wednesdays

Led by CAN Counselor Tracy Thomas, Wellness Wednesdays provide an opportunity for students to gather virtually to decompress in a judgement-free zone.  During these gatherings, students can vent and de-stress, build a support network, and learn how to self-advocate. 

Wellness Wednesdays occur every other Wednesday at 3pm for Winter Quarter 2021. 

Zoom ID: 956 4641 1416  |  Password: 852378

Crisis Support

Students in crisis with an immediate need for support may contact the free, 24/7 Crisis Text Line by texting RELATE to 741741. 

The Yolo Country 24-hour suicide prevention line can be contacted for free at 530-756-5000.