Health & Wellness

Student Health and Wellness Resource Center

The Student Health & Wellness Resource Center (HWRC) seeks to provide services that educate students about a variety of wellness-related topics and give them access to resources that promote a healthy lifestyle.  The HWRC also employs a comprehensive wellness perspective, addressing mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical concerns of students.  Below you will find links to some of the many services and resources that the HWRC provides.  If you have any questions or if you would like to speak with MaRanda Soliz, your Resource Navigator, please email, 541-278-5158, or click here to schedule an appointment.

Request Food:  Please select the “The Food Den Request” below.  This is a food order form.  Food will be put in a box and we will contact you to set up a pick-up time.   If you would like to come in person and choose which items to bring home (essentially go shopping in the Den) please email to set up a time to do this.

Looking for COVID-19 Information? Visit our COVID-19 Information Page.

Protect yourself from a fentanyl overdose

  • Counterfeit pills laced with fentanyl are flooding the Pacific Northwest. In just one year, Oregon saw a 74% increase in fentanyl-related deaths.
  • Don’t take any pill that you do not directly get from your doctor or pharmacist. Pills received from friends or purchased online or from social media are not safe. 
  • Fentanyl is tasteless, odorless, and too small to see with the naked eye. It’s extremely potent. An amount the size of two grains of sand is enough to cause a fatal overdose. 
  • In Oregon, fentanyl is most commonly seen in blue, greenish, or pale colored counterfeit fills. There may be other colors. These pills may be marked as “M30”. 

Know the Signs of a Fentanyl Overdose

Pinpoint pupils, slow, shallow, or no breathing, gurling or snoring, difficult to wake up or can’t wake, extreme drowsiness, cold and clammy skin. 

Immediately call 9-1-1 if a person is found unconscious or an overdose is suspected. 


Take Care of your Mind.

BetterMynd Teletherapy for Students

Get the help that you need with Teletherapy. BMCC has partnered with BetterMynd to bring teletherapy sessions to you. To get started register at

What is BetterMynd?

BetterMynd is a teletherapy platform for college students that aims to increase accessibility to mental health services and reduce stigma surrounding mental distress in college students.

How does BetterMynd work?

You can access free teletherapy using BetterMynd. All sessions are conducted online, so you can speak to a counselor wherever you feel comfortable.

How do I get started?

Register for an account, take a short survey, and you will be matched with counselors based on your needs. You will then select your counselor of choice and schedule your teletherapy session.

Virtual Counseling: From the privacy of your phone or computer.

Personalized Care: Counselors are matched based on your needs.

Extended Hours: Sessions are available during days, nights, and weekends.


Information about a variety of rehab and therapy services and resources 


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