For care beyond the scope of the Student Health & Wellness Office or when the Student Health & Wellness Office is closed, there are several extended-hour prompt cares & hospitals within miles of the campus.

The cost of services at off-campus facilities is the responsibility of the student. Therefore, it is important that all students have health insurance that provides coverage in your area.

Mercy Medical Center
2175 Rosaline Ave
Redding, CA 96001

Shasta Regional Medical Center
1100 Butte Street
Redding, CA 96001

Pulse Urgent Care
100 E. Cypress Avenue
Redding, CA 96002

Hilltop Medical Clinics
1093 Hilltop Drive
Redding, CA 96003

Churn Creek Healthcare (Medi-Cal & Partnership Health Plans Only)
3184 Churn Creek Road
Redding, CA 96002

Campus Resources

Whether you are a first year or a returning student, Shasta College Student Services will provide you with comprehensive support to assist you in achieving your educational goals.

CampusWell Digital Health Magazine

A free online magazine subscription covering a variety of college health issues. Including: sleep, nutrition, physical activity, stress, sexual health, alcohol, colds, allergies, the flu and more.

Community Resources & Other Helpful Information

For information on reproductive health, STI screening, HOPE van, Hill Country Clinic, and much more!

Coping Resources & Information

Dealing with disasters, loss, pandemics, and traumatic events

Current Health Events

We encourage all members of the Shasta College community to take the necessary safety precautions to protect their health.

Military & Veteran Support Resources

​Supportive resources for active and veteran military.

Naloxone (Narcan) Resources & Information

Opioid Overdoses & Deaths are on the Rise! If you are concerned about yours or a loved one’s substance use there is help!

Sexual Assault / Domestic Violence Prevention​

SHASTA CARES: Campus Advocacy, Resources and Education for Safety: Shasta CARES is a collaboration dedicated to uprooting interpersonal violence in our diverse community.

6 Dimensions of Wellness

To learn more about the 6 Dimensions of Wellness - Academic, Emotional, Financial, Physical, Social, and Spiritual visit this Canvas page.

UCLA Stand for All Program

The Student Health & Wellness Office is collaborating with UCLA to offer a FREE online course to learn self-care skills for mental wellness. Learn self-care & build mental wellness.