Turn on more accessible mode
Turn off more accessible mode
Back To Top
Hero With Call To Action Buttons
Mental Health Counseling Services
College of the Sequoias Student Health Center is committed to the mental and emotional well-being of all our students. We offer free, short term, confidential counseling in a safe, judgement free environment. Our mental health services are provided by licensed professionals and graduate level counseling interns. Mental Health counseling is available to currently enrolled COS students on all 3 campuses.
If you are in immediate crisis, and need help for yourself or someone else, please contact one of the following resources:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 for free, confidential help, 24 hours a day
Emergency response -911
Tulare Co. Crisis Hotline at 1-800-320-1616
*If for any reason our college mental health providers are unable to meet a student's needs referral information and community resources will be given.
CTA Button Background Image1
Free Online Mental Health Screening
CTA Button Background Image2
Kognito At-Risk Training
CTA Button Background Image3
Health and Wellness Zoom Room
Accordion With Images
CTA Tile Background Image1
CTA Tile Foreground Image1
CTA Tile Background Image2
CTA Tile Foreground Image2
CTA Tile Background Image3
CTA Tile Foreground Image3
915 S. Mooney Blvd., Visalia, CA. 93277
Hanford Educational Center
925 13th Ave., Hanford, CA. 93230
Tulare College Center
4999 East Bardsley Avenue, Tulare, CA. 93274
the following message before continuing to the Noncredit application! If you complete this
be able to register for a credit course.
Noncredit classes are NOT degree applicable, CSU/UC transferable, or credit certificate applicable.
If you want to be able to take credit classes, please go to the
credit application here
Noncredit applications serve our English as a Second Language (ESL) community among other specialized noncredit certificates. Upon completion of your noncredit course(s) a certificate is awarded.
Click here to continue to the Noncredit Application