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COVID-19 Response Center at YC

Updated regularly with the College's approach to the health and safety of all students, employees, and visitors

Brief COVID-19 Updates

Updated June 24, 2020

For the health and safety of students, faculty, staff and the college community, Yavapai College has announced that all classes and services will only be offered online for rest of the spring semester (May 10, 2020). Classes and services will remain online through the summer semester.

While these resources may be categorized by students and employees, we hope you view and explore any of the resources that interest you.

Eight Dimensions of Wellness - Yavapai College

Student Wellbeing Tips #14: Emotional Dimension: July 13 - July 17

Student Wellbeing Tips #13: Physical Dimension: July 4 - July 10

Student Wellbeing Tips #12: Financial Dimension: June 27-July 3

Student Wellbeing Tips #11: Occupational Dimension: June 22-26

Student Wellbeing Tips #10: Environmental Dimension: June 15-19


Student Wellbeing Tips #9: Social Dimension: June 8-12

Student Wellbeing Tips #8: Spiritual Dimension: June 1-5

Student Wellbeing Tips #7: Intellectual Dimension May 25-29

Student Wellbeing Tips #6: Emotional Dimension May 18-22

Student Wellbeing Tips Week 5: May 11-19

Student Wellbeing Tips Week 4: May 4-8

Student Wellbeing Tips Week 3: April 27-May 1

Employee Wellbeing

If you are in need of support, feeling overwhelmed, or just want to talk, these Warm Lines are available to provide non-judgmental and confidential telephone services.

Warm Line staff are certified in Peer Support Training, and experienced in discussion and support related to a broad range of issues surrounding wellness and recovery.

NAZCARE (1-888-404-5530) sponsors a statewide Warm Line that callers can utilize from the hours of 11:00am − 10:30pm seven days a week. Trained Warm Line Mentor staff offer callers active listening skills, coping skills when requested, and make referrals to resources and crisis services to cities and counties throughout Arizona.

TEEN LIFELINE (602-248-8336 or 800-248-8336) trained peer counselors are available from Noon-9pm. Peer Counselors provide a connection of hope for teens in crisis.

Resources, Internet, Food, Emergency Funds

Telecommuting / Working Remote

Families First Coronavirus Response Act

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Employment Resources

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Covid-19 Video Series

YC professors sharing intelligent insights and perspectives