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  • Free Cold Medicine at Student Health Center
    When students are feeling sick, they can visit the Student Health Center free of charge and ask for cold medicine. The Student Health Center also provides a variety of other services to students for free or at a greatly reduced cost. For more information, visit the Student Health Center website.
  • Campus Food Pantries
    The college has a centrally located food pantry in the Campus Center and a mobile food pantry, which visits the campus twice a month during the fall and spring semester.
    • approximately 250 people are served during each visit
    • approximately 30 pounds of food per person is provided
    The food pantry is open to all students. Donations are welcome. For more information, contact Dunia Valladares by phoning (626) 852-6452 or emailing
  • Use of Campus Showers
    Currently enrolled students can use the college shower facilities from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday during all academic terms (except school holidays). Showers in PE 102B are available for men and showers in PE 136 are available for women.
  • Student Support Grant Funding Request​​
    The Student Support Grant Fund was created to provide eligible students facing short-term, non-reoccurring financial struggles with a one-time grant. In order to ensure that the greatest number of students in need receive assistance, recipients are only eligible for one student support grant funding during their time at Citrus College.
    Fill out and submit the form online - Student Support Grant Funding Request​​
  • What I Need (WIN) Mobile App
    Download the WIN app on your phone to connect to resources near you. View real-time availability of shelter, food, crisis, and drop-in centers.
  • auntbertha
    Search for free or reduced-cost services like medical care, food, job training, and more through
  • CalFresh
    CalFresh is a federally funded nutrition assistance program providing students with funds for fresh food! CalFresh funds are accepted at grocery stores, many farmers' markets, Trader Joe's, etc. Apply now by going to
  • WhyHunger Hotline
    Get access to food pantries, soup kitchens, summer meal sites, and more by calling (800) 5-Hungry or text your zip code to (800) 548-6479.
  • 211 Directory
    This is a free and confidential service that connects people with resources such as food, clothing, shelter, counseling, free legal advice, or medical care in their local area. Simply dial 211 from any phone.
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    (800) 273 - TALK (8255)
  • 24-hour Crisis/Suicide Prevention Hotline for LGBTQ
    (866) 488-7386
  • National Immigrant Justice Center Services
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