ENLACE Resources

ENLACE Resources

 

ENLACE Resources

 

Campus and community resources to address student needs.

1. CCC Counseling Services  

A licensed professional counselor is available for short-term personal counseling. Students with more serious or chronic needs may be referred to community counseling agencies. 

Services provided*: Contact Student services for more information. (575)769-4020. 

  • Self-Esteem Development 
  • Personal Goal Setting 
  • Stress Management 
  • Conflict Resolution 
  • Relationship Issues
  • Grief Recovery
  • Establishing Values
  • Setting Personal Priorities

 

2. Lactation Room  

A private, quiet room for mothers to nurse their children or conveniently pump breast milk. Available to staff members and students, this space has a refrigerator, tables, outlets, and a sink nearby to clean their supplies. 

Location: Phase 1 Office Room 141 

 

3. Campus Cabinet  

Clovis Community College strives to support our students through all aspects of their lives. According to the Map the Meal Gap report by Feeding America, New Mexico ranks as the second highest food-insecurity rate for youth in the nation. To combat this obstacle, CCC has created the Campus Cabinet.

Distributions are currently offered once a month. Updates from the campus cabinet and distribution dates will be sent to student email addresses.

  • If you need emergency assistance, please contact the Department of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

 

Location: Cyber Café (Next to Allied Health and the Library)

 

4. Special Services  

Clovis Community College offers all students an equal opportunity for education. Our Special Services Office assists students with disabilities and/or a disabling condition.

Any student with a disability or special need can come to our office for an individual consultation. It is important to note that disability services are handled differently at the post-secondary level than in high school and that students need to self-identify to be eligible for services and accommodations. Special Services Office staff will help determine what services will best support each student.

Contact Info:

https://www.clovis.edu/advising/specialservices.aspx

Email: academic.advising@clovis.edu
Call: 575.769.4020

 

5. Adult Education  

(Includes High School Equivalent Education and ESL Classes)

The Adult Education program at Clovis Community College provides free, convenient courses to assist adult learners in achieving their educational and vocational goals. We offer morning and evening classes to prepare students for taking a High School Equivalency Exam, such as the GED® or HiSet®, and morning and evening English (ESL) classes to help students learn and master English.

Outside of these courses, we also provide computer classes, preparation for the USCIS Naturalization Interview, and work skills training. Our courses are free, student-centered, and designed for adult learners. For more information about our High School Equivalency and English as a Second Language classes.

For more information stop by or contact.
Center for Student Success: Room 171
Email: css@clovis.edu
Phone: 575.769.4095

1. Arise: Sexual Assault Services and Child Advocacy Center

Victim Advocacy, SANE Examinations, Counseling, Support Groups, Mental Health Wellness Clinic, Legal Advocacy, Resource Referral. Provides FREE confidential services. Provides medication to prevent sexually transmitted infections & pregnancy. Supports and assists survivors in the healing process. Provides expert testimony to aid in the prosecution process.

  • Advocacy
  • Counseling 
  • SANE Program (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner) 
  • Child Advocacy 
Clovis Location:

408 N. Norris Street
Clovis, NM 88101
Phone: 575.226.7263

Portales Location:

801 W. 18th Street
Portales, NM 88130
Phone: 575.226.7263

 

2. Mental Health Resources, NM 

Victim Advocacy, SANE Examinations, Counseling, Support Groups, Mental Health Wellness Clinic, Legal Advocacy, Resource Referral. Provides FREE confidential services. Provides medication to prevent sexually transmitted infections & pregnancy. Supports and assists survivors in the healing process. Provides expert testimony to aid in the prosecution process.

  • Crisis Services 
  • Outpatient Clinic services 
  • Group Therapy Services 
  • Comprehensive Community Support Services 
  • Supported Employment and Housing
Clovis Location:
1100 W 21st St,
Clovis, NM 88101
Portales Location:
300 E. 1st Street

Portales, NM 88130
Phone: 575.359.1221

 

3. The Trevor Project: Supporting LGBTQ+ Youth

The Trevor Project provides 24/7 crisis support services to LGBTQ young people. Text, chat, or call anytime to reach a trained counselor.

Call: 1.866.488.7386

Text: Start to 678678

Chat: www.thetrevorproject.org/webchat

 

4. 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

If you’re thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, the Lifeline network is available 24/7 across the United States.

Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: Help available for English and Spanish speakers.

Call or text 988

Lifeline Options For Deaf + Hard of Hearing

For TTY Users: Use your preferred relay service or dial 711 then 988.

1. NM Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) 

Provides healthy food, nutrition education, nursing support, and connections to community supports for New Mexican families. 

Clovis Location:
1216 Cameo St.
Clovis, NM, 88101  

 

 

2. New Mexico Human Services Department 

Request assistance for the following: 

  • Food 
  • Income Support 
  • Child Support 
  • Payment Relief 
  • Career Services 
Clovis Location:
3316 N Main St. Suite A,
Clovis, NM, 88101 

 

3. Emergency Rental Assistance Program 

Assists New Mexicans with rent and utility payments. 

Phone: 1.833.485.1334

Web Address: https://www.renthelpnm.org/ 

 

4. New Mexico Immigrant Law Center 

Specializes in serving immigrant communities with legal services, advocacy, and education. 

Phone: 505.247.1023 

Web Address:  https://www.nmilc.org/?locale=en 

 

5. United We Dream 

Provides undocu-friendly healthcare resources, and legal resources for DACA students and immigrants.  

Web Address: https://unitedwedream.org/ 

 

6. United Way of Eastern New Mexico 2-1-1 

211 provides unmatched, critical services -- 211 is a vital service leveraged by millions of people across North America. Every day, clients contact 211 to access:

  • Free and confidential crisis and emergency counseling
  • Disaster assistance
  • Food
  • Health care and insurance assistance
  • Stable housing and utility payment assistance
  • Tax Help
  • Employment services
  • Veteran services
  • Childcare and family services

 

Call 211 or 1-575-769-2103

 

 

Resources
Contact Info

For more information about CCC's Department of ENLACE, please contact:

Marisela Jimenez
ENLACE Manager
575.769.4046
jimenezm@clovis.edu

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