FACULTY GUIDE TO

STUDENT SERVICES

AND PROGRAMS AT

DE ANZA COLLEGE
 

 

De Anza College

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMPILED BY

JUDY HUBBARD

VERONICA ACEVEDO AVILA

 

CONTENTS LOCATION
   
De Anza Campus Map   
Campus Directory  
   
Common Referral Questions  
   
Campus Security Lower level Hinson Campus Center
   
Career Center/Career Counseling OTI-3
   
Child Development Southside of Parking Lot E
Computer Application and Office Systems Department (CAOS) ATC-203
Computer Writing Lab ATC-102 &103 
Cooperative Education/ Work Experience OTI-3
Counseling  Administration Building
Counseling for Students with Psychological Disabilities Administration Bldg. Rm. 8U
Cupertino Community Center 10185 N. Stelling Rd. Cupertino, CA
DSS (Disabled Student Services) Seminar 2A
   
EDC (Educational Diagnostic Center) Learning Center West 110
   
EOPS (Extended Opportunity Program and Services) Lower level Hinson Campus Center
   
Financial Aid   Lower level Hinson Campus Center
   
Health Office Services Lower level Hinson Campus Center
   
Honors Program L-13A
   
International Students M-1
   
Learning Center Central Campus
   
Math Performance Success Administration Bldg. Rm. 8C
   
Open Media Lab Learning Center West, bottom floor
   
OTI (Occupational Training Institute) OTI-1&2
   
Puente Program Administration Bldg. Rm. 8B
   
College Readiness Program Learning Center West 138
   
Skills Center L-47
   
SLAMS (Student Leadership Academic Mentoring for Success) S-33B
   
STARS (Student Transfer Academic and Retention Services) M-2
   
Student Activities Lower level Hinson Campus Center
   
Transfer Center M-3
   
Tutorial Center L-47 & E-36
   
Community Service Information List  
   
Hotlines  
   
Libraries  
   
   

 

De Anza Campus Map [click to view]

 

De Anza Campus Directory  [click to view]

 

 

Back To Top of Document Common Referral Questions:

 

This manual is a quick reference guide for faculty who have students whose concerns, issues or problems that go beyond the instructor’s role, knowledge, time availability, or area of expertise.  It is divided into two major categories: 

 

Students with Life Management/Emotional Problems

 

• Disruptive student in class?

Refer to campus security

          Refer to students with psychological disabilities

         

• Student in crisis?

Refer to severe emotional problems

Refer to traumatic experiences such as rape, abuse, harassment, stalking etc.

          Refer to health problems

          Refer to childcare emergencies

          Refer to high stress level

          Refer to lost their jobs

          Refer to financial aid

Refer to money for books

          Refer to page 13 and/or page 30 for students who have lost their homes

Refer to grief counseling

 

• Students lack life/ study management skills?

          Refer to page 11 and/or page 32 for students who need time/life management workshops

 

• Medical Emergencies?

Refer to campus security emergency procedures

Refer to free or low cost medical and dental community facilities

 

 

Students with Academic Problems

 

• Students with ESL problems in class not designed for ESL?

Refer to page 9 and/or page 26 for information about software for additional ESL instruction

          Refer to Tutorial Center and its use

          Refer to Skills Offerings

         

 

• Students say they don’t have access to computers?

Refer to pages 8 and/or page 23 for computer availability, times and locations on campus

 

• Student doesn’t know how to keyboard?

          Refer to CAOS classes

 

• Student may have learning disabilities?

          Refer to The Educational Diagnostic Center

 

• Student lacks information about careers?

Refer to The Career Center

 

• Student lacks information about which classes to choose to transfer?

          Refer to The Transfer Center

 

• Non ESL students having problems with vocabulary/grammar Skills

Refer to Skills Classes

 

• Students fail classes then cannot get into course to repeat it?

         

          Refer to re-taking the Placement Test

Refer to page 8 and/or page 27 for information about alternative courses such as CAOS, Skills

 

   

Back To Top of Document Program: Campus Security

 

1.  Whom does your program serve?

 

The most important indicator that students need services immediately is that the students are either injured or have harmed someone else. 
Do not call off-campus police!  Let campus police handle all emergency procedures.

 

Other indicators:

 

·        Students who have safety concerns

·        Students who have legal questions

·        Students who are seriously disrupting class

·        Students who are having domestic violence problems

·        Students who fear they may have been involved in a crime

·        Students who have been locked out of their cars

·        Students who have lost or found something

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        Security escorts to cars

·        Battery jumps and lock-outs

·        Emergency services for students who are a harm to self and others

·        Enforcement of restraining orders

·        Issuing of warnings/ counseling to people who are hassling students

·        Handling of petty theft, car vandalism, and car accidents

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

Call:

            X 5555 for regular business

 

          X 8911 for emergencies

                        Campus Security location:  Lower level, Hinson Campus Center

Hours:  7 AM – midnight, seven days a week, 365 days a year

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

“We will be going through big changes in the next 18 months, adding more officers and services.

 We are committed to working through student problems before they escalate and we involve police only if necessary.”

 

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Career Center/Career Counseling

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

The program serves students and community members who need information about current and future jobs and careers. 

 

·        Students who need assistance in choosing a college major/career (undecided students)

·        Students who feel pressure from parents to choose a career that is not their own choice

·        Students who need individual career counseling

·        Faculty and staff who are considering a job search or a job change

·        Students who are entering into a job search process

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        Career Center tours

·        Resume workshops

·        Interview workshops

·        Job and internship informational workshops

·        Job search workshops

·        Bi-annual job fair

·        Individual career counseling

·        4 unit Career Life Planning class

·        Eureka software (easy to use tool that helps students explore all aspects of various professions, including major selection, salary range, necessary educational experience, job availability)

·        Discover software, career assessment and occupational information program

·        Job listings/Job board

·        Job search web site (http://www.deanza.edu/careercenter)

·        Career library, including career explanation books, top jobs in the area, job search information

·        Free phones, computers, fax machines, copy machines to aid in student/staff job search

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

For general Career Center help, walk in. No appointment necessary

 

For an appointment with the Career Counselor, Rob Clem, call 864-5711.

 

                        Career Center location:  OTI 3 (Between the Planetarium and Parking Lot E)

                        Contact person for faculty: Cindy Lister (864-5716)

                        Contact number for students: 864-5711

Hours:  M-Tues-TH  8:30 – 4:00,  Wed 10am-7pm, F 8:30 – 3:00

Web site:  http://www.deanza.edu/careercenter

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

Cindy Lister, Career Center Coordinator and/or Rob Clem, Counselor and Instructor are available to make classroom presentations.

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Child Development

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

The program serves only De Anza students and part- and full- time faculty and staff who need child care for their children from 8 months to five years of age.  More preference is given to full-time or part-time students and to low-income rather than high-income students.

 

In particular this program is ideal for:

·        Students who find it difficult to complete courses because of child care problems

·        Faculty and staff with young children

·        Low-income families who need child care in order to continue their education

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        Child care for students, faculty, and staff during working hours (no evenings)

·        Sliding scale for all children

·        Care for infants and toddlers

·        Subsidized fees for low-income students

·        Parental participation in childcare

·        Guaranteed childcare for as long as parents are enrolled and children are under the age of five

·        A childcare facility which provides training for ECE teachers/childcare providers

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

a.  Go to the De Anza website and click on Child Care Center and fill out a simple application form or

b.  Go to the Child Care Center and apply in person 

c.  Schedule an intake meeting with a Child Care Staff member

d.  Note your placement on a waiting list to wait for the next available slot

 

                        Child Care Center location:  south side of Parking Lot E

Contact person for faculty:        Joanne O’Neill, 864-8891 (for infant/toddler 8 months to 2 and 1/2 years)

Debbie Zavotnick, 864-8876 (for pre-school 2 1/2 to 5 years)

                        Contact number for students:  864-8876

Hours:  M-TH  7:15 – 4:30,   F 7:15 – 2:30

Web site:  http://www.deanza.edu/child/divhome.html

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

We would like to be able to serve all children, but we are unfortunately limited as to space. You will not have to be on a waiting list for long.

 

  

 

Back To Top of Document Computer Applications and Office Systems Department (CAOS)

  

This is not a description of this entire program. The information below is simply for students who are unable to complete instructor’s assignments because they do not know how to use a computer or keyboard. 

 

            Course description:

70AA - Elementary Keyboarding 1- IBM (1.5 units)

Development of basic typewriting/keyboarding skills and techniques using a computer.

   

·        Students may register through administration or on-line or come to ATC 203

·        This course is a self-paced course for students who do not know how to keyboard

·        Orientation is required

·        Students will use a text COLLEGE KEYBOARDING, KEYBOARDING COURSE and Student Handbook for Elementary Keyboarding I

·        Students also need a headset with a 1/8” connector plug 

 

                        CAOS Location: ATC 203

Faculty contact: Carol Wilson, 864-5446

                        Student Contact: 864-8390

                       

  

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Computer Writing Lab

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

All students who are currently enrolled in Language Arts or foreign language classes

·        Students who need computer access

·        Students who don’t know how to do internet research

·        Students who have occasional computer related questions

·        Students who need to set up email

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

·        ESL software (ATC 103):

Corner Stone Reading Comprehension level B

Corner Stone Reading Comprehension level C

Developing Critical Thinking & Reading Skills (level 5-8)

Developing Critical Thinking & Reading Skills (level 8-11)

Easy Writer (editing)

Electronic Writers Reference Handbook

English in Action--All Stars  (listening focus)

Ultimate Speed Reader (in Excel High School)

Ultimate Speed Reader (in Excel Middle School)

Fish Trek (articles)

Grammar 3D

Longman Dictionary of American English

Longman Preparation Course for the TOEFL Test

Mind Lines (grammar game)

New Dynamic English Pro (multi-media, all skills)

Pronunciation in American English

Pronunciation Power 1 and 2

Tell Me More Pro Pack I (multi-media, all skills)

Tell Me More Pro Pack II (multi-media, all skills)

Tense Buster 2001

Vocabulary Builder (instructors create vocabulary exercises)

·        Software for Mandarin and Spanish

·        Both Mac and PC computers with adjustable computer tables for wheelchair accessibility

·        Free printing and free scanner with character recognition

·        Internet access, including library web page resources

·        Microsoft Office, which includes Word, Excel and PowerPoint

·        Open lab times, variable hours between 8:30am to 9pm

·        Special faculty area

·        Disks for $1 each

·        CD ROM and DVD; no movies  or games allowed

 

                        Computer Writing Lab location:  ATC 102 and103

                        Contact person for faculty and students: George Hein, 864-8387

Hours:  M - TH  8:30 A.M. – 9:00 P.M., F 8:30 A.M. – 3:30 P.M.

Closed weekends

Summer hours: M – TH 8:30 A.M.- 3:30 P.M. and 5:00 P.M. – 9:00 PM

 

 

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

Students enjoy doing homework and getting their questions answered. It’s a comfortable atmosphere.

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Cooperative Education/Work Experience

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

The most basic requirement is that the program serves only students who work a minimum 50 hours per quarter at a job for profit or a volunteer position in a non-profit organization.

 

·        Any employed student who needs to take a quarter off from classes but still wants to earn units

·        Working students who need units to make up a full-time load for insurance and financial aid

·        Working students on probation

·        Working students with a family

·        Working students who want to explore career options

·        Working students who would like to improve their G.P.A.

 

Appropriate for students in the following programs or majors:

·        Auto apprentice students

·        Job core students

·        NASA internships

·        Manufacturing/Design students

·        STARS students

·        International students

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students? 

Three programs:

            1.  General program:          for students who have jobs not related to major or career

            2.  Occupational program:  for students whose jobs are related to their majors or careers

            3.  Alternate:                       for working students who need a quarter off and need units

 

·        Meeting with an instructor at least once during the quarter to create objectives for course and job

·        Opportunities to do career research

·        Academic advising

·        Cooperative education course which appears to students’ advantage on official transcripts

·        Up to four units per quarter. Up to 24 total units which are CSU transferable

·        Exploration of possible new jobs or advancement within present jobs

·        Improvement of self-management and organizational skills

·        Opportunities for employee recognition and self growth

 

3.     What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

a.  Students need to complete a CO-OP Application. Application available on-line at http://www.deanza.edu/cooperative/proginfo.html

b.  Students attend an orientation

c.   Students register on site through 3rd week of the quarter

 

                        Cooperative Education location:  OTI 3

                        Contact person for faculty: Carmen Pereida  (864-5841)

                        Contact number for students:  864-8223

Hours:  M, T, Th  8:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.,   W  10:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M., F 8:30 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.

Web site: http://www.deanza.edu/cooperative/proginfo.html

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Counseling

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

The most basic requirement is that the program serves students who are having academic, career or personal problems or questions.

·        Students in personal crises such as rape or fear of harm to self and others

·        Students who feel they have been sexually harassed or unfairly treated by instructors

·        Students who need academic advising

·        Students who want transfer information about specific institutions across the country

·        Students who need information about guaranteed transfer admission agreements

·        Students who need career advising

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

Courses

·        Orientation to College (COUNS 100)

·        College Success (COUNS 57)

·        Life Skills for Higher Education (HUMA 57)

·        Career Life Planning (CLP 70)

·        Human Sexuality (HUMA 10)

·        Stress management (HUMA 50)

·        Mind Over Math (HUMA 56)

·        Orientation to Financial Aid (COUNS 120)

 

Counseling and Advising (Walk-In or By Appointment)

·        Crisis counseling

·        Academic advising

·        Personal counseling

·        Counseling for students on probation

·        Counseling for undecided students

·        Transfer information

·        Classroom visits

·        Classroom workshops (on a somewhat limited basis according to counselor availability)

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the resource?

 

a. Students can schedule an appointment by calling or waling in.  (If the student agrees, it sometimes helps to walk the student over to lend support)  

b. Students in crisis can be referred to counseling for an immediate appointment

c. Students can also come in to see a counselor on a walk-in basis

 

                        Counseling location: Counseling Section, Administration Building

                        Contact person for faculty:  Veronica Acevedo Avila (864-5652)

                        Contact number for students: 864-5400

General counseling hours:  M - TH  8:00 A.M. – 8:30 P.M.,   F 8:00 A.M. – 4:00 A.M.

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

Instructional faculty should view counseling as a partnership to help them support students before, during, and after their courses at De Anza.

 

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Psychological Disabilities Counselor

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

·        Students with an identified psychological disability

·        Faculty/staff members who need to consult about  disruptive and troubled students

·        Students who may need a referral to disabled student services because of a perceived psychological disability

·        Students who have an immediate crisis because of emotional turmoil

·        Students who are at risk of harming themselves or others

·        Students who are demonstrating inappropriate behavior that seems emotionally or psychologically based

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        Faculty/staff consultations about psychologically or emotionally disabled students

·        Community resource information and on- and off-campus referrals for students who need ongoing mental health treatment

·        One on one counseling for students for:

Crisis

Academics

DSS students with psychological disabilities

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

a.  Students can call and make their own appointments upon referral by faculty members

b.  Faculty can call and get information for students or themselves

c.  In crisis situations, it can be helpful for faculty/staff to walk students over but only if the students wish to be walked over.  It is not advisable to escort a reluctant student to a counselor for psychological disabilities!  Please remember that students are sensitive and vulnerable about these issues.

 

Psychological disabilities counselor location:  Administration Bldg., Counseling Center Room 8U

                        Contact person for faculty and students:  Laurel Torres (864-8781)

                        Contact number for students: 864-8781

Hours:  Mon 2:00 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.    Tues – Th  9:30 A.M.– 5:30 P.M.

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

There is a campus safety manual in every division office. If you need more comprehensive information on disruptive students and campus safety measures, be sure to consult it.

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Cupertino Community Center Services

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

·        All Cupertino, West San Jose, Los Gatos and Saratoga residents who are experiencing stress, mental health issues and/or financial difficulties (low income), etc.

·        All registered De Anza students who are unable to be served by their community outreach programs/services as agreed upon by De Anza College

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        One-time only emergency funds, up to $800.00

·        Legal services

·        Housing, shelter information

·        Childcare

·        Food (local residents can pick up groceries as part of the center’s free services)

·        Holiday programs such as baskets of groceries and toys for Christmas, Easter and other holidays

·        Shelter - particularly important service for battered women, also men’s shelter, limited help for homeless individuals

·        Health services, such as eye glasses and assistance with prescription medication

·        Counseling, typically at $5 per visit

·        Vouchers for clothing and shoes (center also offers a “Back to School” shopping spree for children ages 6-12 years old)

·        Gas vouchers and bus passes

·        Car repairs

·        Educational training and work training

·        Job listings

·        Emergency hotlines

·        Drug Abuse information

·        Senior citizen information

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

Residents must fill out an intake form which includes income compared to expenses.

 

Cupertino Community Center location:  10185 N. Stelling Road. (across from De Anza College)

Contact person for faculty: Barbara Jones, Director of Emergency Services (408) 255-8033

                        Contact number for students: (408) 255-8033

                        Food connection: (408) 266-8950

Hours:  M-F 8:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. and 1:00 P.M. – 5:00 P.M.

Closed every Tuesday from 12 P.M. – 2:00 P.M.

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

People from the Center speak Cantonese, Mandarin and Vietnamese. Also, donations are welcomed.

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Disabled Student Services

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

·        Students with documented physical disabilities such as blindness, hearing impairment, mobility impairment, speech disorders ( If the student’s disability is not officially diagnosed, DSS will refer the student to Laurel Torres, De Anza’s psychological disabilities counselor, to refer and get verification.)

·        Students with documented psychological disabilities such as mental illness, developmental disability, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Tourette syndrome

·        Students with temporary physical disabilities such as broken legs or head traumas

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        Referral for all necessary outside community resources including government assisted living, medical aid, financial aid for technology

·        Assistance with priority registration from start to finish of the quarter

·        Disability management counseling, helping with schedules, academic advising, parking, escort services, shuttle services

·        Arrangement for note-takers

·        Placement and other testing accommodations

·        Rehabilitation plans

·        Special arrangements for tutorial center

·        Working with instructors to provide DSS students with equal access

·        Providing sign interpreters, closed caption technology, and assisted listening devices

·        Transcription services for visually impaired students (large print and Braille)

·        Electronic texts

·        Institutional memberships for various professional organizations for learning disabled and blind students

·        Alternate media specialist

·        Classes:  Assisted tech training, computer access, sign language

·        Disabled Student Services Club 

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

a.  Students need to fill out a verification form and submit all documented medical verification. It can be faxed, mailed or brought in

b.  Students must attend an orientation meeting (offered once a month)

c.  Students must go through an intake procedure so that program goals can be identified

 

                        DSS location:  Seminar 2A

                        Contact person for faculty:

                                    Benita Rashall:   (864-8959)

Donna Bradshaw, for deaf and hard of hearing (864-8755)

                        Contact number for students:  864-8407

Hours:  M - F 8:30 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

If students ask for accommodations, they must be provided by law.

 

DSS is voluntary.  STUDENTS CAN AND DO REFUSE TO USE SERVICES, AND THAT CHOICE MUST BE RESPECTED.

 

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Educational Diagnostic Center

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

·        Students with a documented learning disability such as dyslexia, ADD, ADHD

·        Students who think they may have a learning disability and who wish to explore the possibility

·        Students who say they are carefully reading the homework but who feel frustrated because they do not remember what they read

·        Students who feel frustrated because they spend a lot of time studying but receive poor grades on tests or papers

·        Students who make frequent but inconsistent spelling errors and/or students who frequently leave key words out of sentences

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

·        Classroom visits

·        Priority registration and registration assistance

·        Extra counseling for disability

·        Test accommodations

·        Specialized tutoring

·        Technology training

·        Assessment for learning disabilities

·        Transition from De Anza to career or ongoing education assistance

·        Employment development and support

·        Americans with Disabilities Act information

·        Guidance Classes (Language Arts Related):

Guidance 101 (Introduction to Disabilities)

Guidance 102 (Student Success Strategies)

Guidance 104 (Spelling and Decoding)

Guidance 107 (Basic Grammar and Writing)

Guidance 118 and 119 (Tutorial Lab and group)

·        Special Education Classes:

Special Ed 134 (Vocational Assessment)

Special Ed 135 (Assessing Career Choices)

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

a.  All students should attend informational meetings to find out about the program

b. Students without verification will be tested.  Testing takes approximately 6 hours, spread out over several days

c. Students with verification will need to provide it and then they will be signed up right away

                        EDC location:  Learning Center West 110

                        Contact person for faculty: Polly Waathiq (864-8475)

                        Contact number for students:  864-8839

Hours:  M-F  8:30  A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

The program runs during the summer.

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

Students with learning disabilities may be sensitive about them.  They sometimes do not want to avail themselves of EDC services. It is important to remember that this is their right and that no one should try to force them as forcing can have adverse effects.

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOPS)

 

1.  Whom does your program serve?

 

This program is limited to students who meet the following criteria:

·        Economically and academically disadvantaged students who are not eligible for EWRT 1A and Math 105 and

·        Students who receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) or

·        Students who are single heads of households and receive TANF (government assistance)

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        Referrals to community resources and on-campus resources

·        Academic advising/counseling

·        Grants

·        Assistance with book costs

·        Assistance with bus passes

·        Gas cards

·        Priority registration

·        Assistance with the financial aid process

·        CARE program for single heads of households with children (childcare up to 100%)

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

a.  Fill out application

b.  Staff member will do intake interview to determine eligibility

c.  Once in program, student must maintain a 2.0 GPA with minimum of nine quarter unit, and are required to meet with an EOPS counselor
     at least once per quarter

 

                        EOPS location:  Lower level Hinson Campus Center

                        Contact person for faculty:  George Robles (864-8952)

                        Contact number for students:  864-8950

Hours:  M-TH  8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.,   F 8:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

Summer hours: M – Th 8:00 A.M. – 5 P.M.

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

“EOPS means extended opportunities and we really want to support students in any way we can.”

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Financial Aid

 

1.  Whom does your program serve?

 

Financial Aid is for low, middle or upper income students who are citizens or permanent residents. Special focus is on low-income students.

 

Other ideal characteristics:

 

·        Work study students

·        Non work study students

·        Students interested and in need of scholarships (scholarships are based on need, academic and/or service)

·        Students who need assistance with books

·        Any student with transportation and living expense difficulty (home equity is not considered)

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        Scholarship board

·        Financial Aid board

·        Selection group for scholarships (decision made in spring quarter)

·        Book contingency fund, a one-time only service which gives students $100 for books for that quarter

·        Book loans during the first weeks of the quarter (must be paid back within 30-40 days)

·        Leadership Opportunity Award (LOA) scholarship of $20,000 for transfer to UC Santa Cruz

·        Grants

·        Loans

·        Scholarships

·        Class presentations

·        Class: Counseling 120, Financial Aid

·        Board of Governors Waivers (BOGW), state pays tuition and registration for low income students who are California residents

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

a.  Students must fill out FAFSA (financial aid forms from the federal government)

b.  Students must fill out scholarships applications

 

                        Financial Aid location:  Lower level Hinson Campus Center

                        Contact person for faculty: Cindy Castillo (864-8403)

                        Contact number for students:  864-8718

Hours:  M - TH  7:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M.,   F 7:00 A.M. –  4:30 P.M.

Web site:  http://www.deanza.edu/financialaid (under student services)

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

“De Anza’s financial website is a great comprehensive resource and referral for students.”

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Health Services

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

Every student pays $9 per quarter for services, and all students are eligible for health services.

Ideal for students who:

·        need advice about birth control

·        fear they may have sexually transmitted diseases (STD)

·        need general health information

·        need over-the-counter medications such as aspirin, cold remedies, pain relievers

·        have medical emergencies

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

·        Immunizations

·        Over the counter medications (decongestants, cough drops, pain relievers, antacids)

·        Condoms

·        Emergency contraception (morning after pill)

·        Flu shots

·        Free pregnancy tests

·        TB tests

·        Birth control clinic

·        Ice packs, Band-Aids, ace bandages

·        Student/team accident insurance with $100 deductible

·        Information about health insurance

·        Smoking cessation clinics

·        Drug abuse information

·        Newsletter, A SU SALUD

·        Resource/referral to community health clinics

·        A room to lie down in if the students are ill

·        Pamphlets and other written information about a variety of health topics

 

3.     What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

a.  Walk-in  

b.  Make an appointment

            Health Services location:  Lower level Hinson Campus Center

                        Contact person for faculty: Mary Jo Kane (864-8903)

                        Contact number for students:  864-8732

Hours:  M - TH  8:00 A.M. – 8:30 P.M.,   F 8:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

IF YOU HAVE A MEDICAL EMERGENCY PLEASE CALL CAMPUS SECURITY FIRST AT EXT.5555.
DO NOT EVER CALL 911.
DE ANZA EMERGENCY SERVICES ARE TRAINED TO HANDLE ALL EMERGENCY SERVICES IN THE MOST
EFFICIENT WAY POSSIBLE.

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Honors

 

1 Whom does your program serve? 

·        Students with a GPA of 3.3 or better in high school OR an SAT verbal score of 610 or higher OR students who have taken 15
transferable De Anza units and have a GPA of 3.3

 

Other ideal characteristics:

·        Students can write a coherent essay

·        Students can demonstrate that they have critical thinking skills

·        Students have strong interest in their own education

·        Students have an SAT verbal score of 610

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

·        Inclusion in a community of students with an exceptional devotion to learning and succeeding

·        Peer mentors

·        Priority registration

·        College visits

·        Lecture series

·        Honors retreat

·        Student and faculty newsletter

·        Counseling and transfer guidance

·        Course planning and scheduling

·        Smaller class sizes

·        Community service component including mentoring, tutoring, counseling and outreach

·        Two-unit seminars

·        College application essays and honors anthology

·        Field trip to lectures and plays

·        Cash prizes for winners of an essay contest

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

a.  Students must fill out a complete application which includes the following:

·        Transcripts

·        Academic letter of reference

·        One five hundred word essay and two shorter essays

·        Personal interview

b. Honors Coordinator and Natasha Joplin will review materials and respond within two weeks

 

                        Honors location:  L 13A

                        Contact person for faculty: Natasha Joplin (864-5405) and Honors Coordinator (864-8833)

                        Contact number for students: Natasha Joplin (864-5405) and Honors Coordinator (864-8833)

Hours:  Mon/Wed. 1:00 P.M. – 3:30 P.M. and Tues/Th 10:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

“Faculty referrals are invited and welcomed.”

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  International Student Programs

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

·        Prospective international students who plan to study at De Anza

·        Students with F-1 student visa (students must maintain 12 units with a GPA above 2.0 or they will lose their status)

·        Students who have INS questions

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        Personal counseling

·        Academic Advising

·        Workshops:

·        Career

·        Transfer

·        Co-op

·        Housing and transportation

·        Tax

·        Bank accounts

·        Immigration

·        Cross Cultural adjustment

·        Brown bag lunches with faculty

·        Graduation celebration

·        Advice about INS rules, regulation and paperwork

·        International student health insurance

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

1.  Pick up application (also be available on-line)

2. Turn in application packet which includes

            TOEFL score, minimum of 500

            Personal essay

            Proof of cash assets equaling at least $13,538

            Transcripts from native country translated into English

3. I-20 AB will be issued and taken to US Consulate prior to applying for student visa, which is a process that takes at least two-three weeks

 

                        International Student Office location:  M-1(near Staff Parking lot A)

                        Contact person for faculty: Mark Fu (864-8831) or Alicia Cortez (864-8365)

                        Contact number for students:  (408) 864-8826

Hours:  M-F  9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

Our multi-lingual counselors and staff are committed to serving our international students and creating an inviting environment. Most of our international students are very hard working; this may be one reason the transfer rate among them is one of the highest.

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Learning Center

 

1.  Whom does your program serve?

 

·        All members of the community, especially useful for homebound students such as distance learning students and single parents.

·        Students who are failing classes, panicking because of papers that are due, lacking information about how to cite sources or uncertain about how to incorporate research into their work.

·        Students who need information about colleges to which they may wish to transfer

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        Access to internet without student ID.

·        Computer use with printers (12 prints for one dollar)

·        Library internet lab

·        Classroom visits

·        Instructions to students on how to research a particular assignment

·        Databases (including but not limited to):

·        Info Track

·        Library Searches Magazines

·        Full text articles

·        Literature

·        Library Research classes

·        LCEN 50 World Web Searching

·        LCEN 51 Business Resources on the World Wide Web

·        LCEN 53 Advanced Internet Search Skills

·        Inter-library loan

·        International and national college catalogs

·        Instructional testing

·        Reserve books

 

3.                     Learning Center location: central campus

                        Contact person for faculty: Jim McCarthy (864-8454)

                        Contact number for students:  Annette Stiles (864-8313)

Hours:  M-TH  7:30 A.M. – 9:00 P.M.,   F 7:30 A.M. –  4 P.M., Sat. 9:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.

Web site:  http://www.deanza.edu/library/index.html

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

A great place for students who do not have computers at home.

 

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Math Performance Success

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

Registered De Anza students who have demonstrated past difficulty with mathematics.

 

Signs:

·        Failure in past math courses

·        Difficulty with math in high school

·        Diagnosed learning disability

·        Any other math related issue

 
 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        The program helps students pass Math 101, Math 105 and either Math 10 or 11 or 51 (the transferable math courses to the state university system)

·        Students receive extra instruction because they are in the classroom 10 hours per week instead of five hours per week

·        Students are taught by instructors who specialize in working with targeted populations

·        In class tutoring is available as part of every class session

·        Daily group work is incorporated in each class session

·        Out of class tutoring is available

·        Counselors attend class on daily basis and work closely with students outside of the classroom

·        Guest speakers visit class; these speakers are minorities and women who are successful professionals in math related fields

·        There are field trips to universities to which students wish to transfer

 

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

a.  Students need to attend a fall or spring orientation

b.  Students also need to fill out an application and be willing to make a one year commitment which begins each fall quarter with Math 101

If students cannot attend the orientation, then they may contact Herminio Hernando, Counselor with MPS.

 

Math Performance Success location: Administration Bldg. Counseling Center Room 8C

            Contact person for faculty: Herminio Hernando (864-8851)

            Contact number for students: 864-8851

Hours:  will vary, please call number above
 

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

The program has a high success rate. Students pass their math courses, which include the transferable level math course. Anxiety and stress are typically reduced for math/science subjects as well as other subjects.

 

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Open Media Lab

 

1.  Whom does your program serve?

 

The most basic requirement is that the program serves only students who are enrolled in De Anza classes.

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        Access to both PC and Mac computers, 90 computers for students to use

·        Printing available at 7’ per page

·        Software: Word, Windows and Excel

·        Internet access available on all computers

·        TV monitors with VCR, VHS and 8 mm

·        Audio stations to review tapes

·        Reserve items

·        Scanner

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

  Student must present a DASB card to check out any items including computers

 

Open Media Lab location:  Learning Center West (LCW) bottom floor

            Contact person for faculty: Alicia Rivera (864-8581)

            Contact number for students:  864-8494

Hours:  M - TH  7:30 A.M. – 9:00 P.M., F 7:30 A.M. – 4:00 P.M., Sat. 9:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.

Summer hours: M - TH 7:30 A.M. - 7:30 P.M.

 

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Occupational Training Institute (OTI)

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

The most basic requirement is that the program serves only CAL WORKS participants; the students must be on government assistance.

 

Other ideal characteristics:

·        Single parents

·        Victims of domestic violence with children

·        Families in financial crisis

·        Refugees

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        18 to 24 months of training that leads to a certificate or degree and a job

·        Priority registration

·        Tutoring and mentoring

·        100% childcare on or off campus

·        Transportation, including county and Valley Transit Authority, vans and cars (48 rides or 6 months)

·        Car repairs

·        $20 gas vouchers, twice per quarter

·        Utility bills paid

·        Clothes through City Teams non-profit agency

·        DASB funds for books and school materials

·        Free dental services

·        Counseling services

·        Free mental health services

·        Outside medical referrals

·        75%-25% program, employers pay 75% of salary

·        Placement in jobs which are career related

·        Recreation for families

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

Students who are on government assistance and CAL WORKS should contact OTI to get involved in the program.

(Students are encouraged to go to the local County Office to find out about government assistance eligibility)

                       

            OTI location:  OTI 1 and 2

            Contact person for faculty: Willie Mae Ogilvie (864-8266)

            Contact number for students:  Carlita Alamban (864-8457)

Hours:  M - F  8:30 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.

Web site:  http://www.deanza.edu/oti

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

If we aren’t the right resource for you, we’ll help you find the one that is!

 

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Puente

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

Students who are eligible for EWRT 100B and planning on transferring as well as being interested in learning about Latino and Chicano literature are eligible for the program.

 

Ideal for students who are:

·        First generation to go to college

·        Students who are having problems navigating the institutional bureaucracy

·        Students who may be insecure about their writing skills

 

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        A counselor who will be their counselor for as long as they’re at De Anza

·        A mentor from the community

·        The same English teacher all year long (three quarters)

·        Support for any potential impediments that might interfere with their success at De Anza such as financial, psychological and academic problems

·        University field trips

·        Presentations for support services on campus

·        Social events for students and their families

·        Coordination with Transfer Center, EOPS and SLAMS to make access easier for students

·        Information about INS questions

 

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

a.  An interested student should meet with Patty Guitron, the Puente Co-coordinator and counselor

b. She/he should fill out application packet

c. Once accepted, she/he will be enrolled in the Puente classes  (HUMA 57 and EWRT 100B/160) 

 

                        Puente location:  Administration Bldg., Counseling Center, Room 8B

                        Contact person for faculty: Patty Guitron (864-8731)

                        Contact number for students:  same

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

Puente is part of a statewide program that is on most community college campuses. It has been around for twenty years and the success of Puente students is proven. 

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Readiness Program

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

The most basic requirement is that the program serves students who do not test in at the transfer level in reading, writing and ESL. The program also offers some electives for ESL students who want and need additional support.

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        Co-requisite classes for students who are in developmental reading, English composition and ESL

·        ESL 115, which is a computer lab writing and composition skills course of 1 unit

·        ESL 191, which is Ellis (interactive computer software for ESL students), open entry/open exit audio/oral listing comprehension

·        ESL 136, grammar/writing (low level ESL)

·        ESL 164, grammar/writing

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

a.  Students register for most classes through the regular registration process

b.  Ellis students arrange for orientation through Learning Center Room  138, and after that work hours are on their own

 

                        Readiness location:  Learning Center West Room 138

                        Contact person for faculty: Sharon Sunico (864-8981)

                        Contact number for students:  864-8912

Hours:  M - TH  8:30 A.M. – 9:30 P.M., F 9:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

Students enjoy Ellis because they can repeat it as often as they want or need to.

 

  

Back To Top of Document Program:  Skills Center

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

·        Students who need to improve spelling, work on grammar, need help with math

·        Students who have academic problems but are self motivated

·        Re-entry students who want to gain confidence before enrolling in regular classes

·        Students enrolled in targeted classes that have skills adjuncts

·        Students who need units for INS or financial aid

·        Students who have not yet taken placement tests and want to practice skills before taking the tests

 

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        Adjunct classes: classes such as ECON 1, SOC 1 have a skills 132 adjunct component

Small groups of three-ten who work on integration of study skills (note-taking, time management, vocabulary) with course content, plus four self-paced study skills labs or workshops.  One hour weekly study groups with tutor

·        Self-paced skills (1/2 unit, repeatable up to six times), flexible hours, 12 hours total in L47

Reading, vocabulary, math, algebra, writing, spelling, grammar skills

·        Classroom visits from Skills Lab Coordinator

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

For non-adjunct courses:

 

a. Students register for 1/2 unit

b. Students are tested and then given a list of assignments

c. Students have a conference with the instructor at beginning and end of quarter

 

For adjunct course (Skills 132):

 

a.  Skills staff come to targeted content classes during the first week of classes to coordinate registration.

 

                        Skills location:  L-47

                        Contact person for faculty: Diana Alves de Lima (864-8485)

                        Contact number for students: Jeannie Kastelic  (864-8253)

Hours:  M/T 8:30 A.M. – 7:00 P.M., W/TH 8:30 A.M. - 5:30 P.M., F 8:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. (noon)

Summer hours: M - Th 8:00 A.M.- 5:00 P.M.

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

We are open to instructor requests.

We now have limited on-line tutoring.

We need help recruiting tutors!

 

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program: Student Leadership Academic Mentoring For Success (SLAMS)

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

The most basic requirement is that the program serves only students who are undecided about majors and/or career goals.

 

Other ideal characteristics:

·        First generation college students who are undecided about a career goal or major

·        Students who are on academic probation

·        Students who need program and peer support

·        Students who are struggling academically

·        Students who feel lonely and disconnected from the college community

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        Priority registration for students with 36 units or fewer

·        Counseling and academic advising

·        Special tutors for math and English

·        Peer advising/ mentoring

·        University tours

·        Study groups

·        Individual education plan

·        Computer and internet access

·        Links to Career Center

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

a.  Students go to SLAMS office and fill out an application form.

b.  They then sign a contract which spells out their commitment.

c.  They get an orientation packet and a tour of the facilities.

d.  They are assigned a peer mentor.

 

                        SLAMS location:  S33B

                        Contact person for faculty:  Rob Mieso (864-8835) or Howard Irvin (864-5870)

                        Contact number for students:  864-8207

Hours:  M - TH  8:30 A.M. – 4:30 A.M., F 9:00 A.M – 3:00 P.M.

Web site:  http://www.deanza.edu/slams

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

The students form such a strong community in this program that the program has an 80% retention rate.

 

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Students Transfer Academic and Retention Services (STARS)

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

·        This program recruits its own students directly from high schools.  It is not available for students who are already enrolled at De Anza.

·        The High School students must declare transfer as their goal, be in good academic standing and be representative of groups of students who historically have had low rates of transfers, such as Latinos, Chicanos, Filipinos, Native Americans and African-Americans, although the program is open to all students. 

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        24 hour orientation over the course of one week that deals with college readiness skills with emphasis on overcoming barriers to success at De Anza

·        Representatives from different transfer institutions who talk to the students about their own transfer process

·        Counseling and academic advising

·        Peer advising and mentoring

·        Scholarships

·        Academic skills workshops

·        Peer and faculty tutoring

·        Leadership training and opportunities

·        Faculty/staff/student luncheon

·        Open house (in October) and other social events

·        Campus tours

·        Assistance with educational planning and registration.

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

Fill out an application at a local high school

 

                        STARS location:  M-2

                        Contact person for faculty: Marion Winters  (864-8739)

                        Contact number for students: Thelma Redmond (864-5667) or

Shireen Gallardo  (864-5778)

Hours:  M - TH  8:30 A.M. – 5:30 P.M., F 8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

STARS has a 90% transfer rate.

STARS is here to channel students’ pathways and help them navigate the system.

           

 

  

Back To Top of Document Program:  Student Activities

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

·        All the people in the community especially students

·        Particularly good for students who need roommates, legal advice, students looking for interaction with similar students, students who need a safety net, and students who need campus involvement outside the classroom

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        Attorney Ron Goularte, who provides free legal aid Monday and Wednesday 2:00 P.M. – 4:00 PM

·        Discount tickets to various attractions, such as Marine World

·        Housing board

·        Connections for band performances

·        DASB scholarships

·        Clubs: 45 clubs provide social interaction, information

·        Close interaction with student government

Student trustee position (district board member, an excellent opportunity to gain lifelong leadership and communication skills)

·        Inter-club council

·        Campus food drive

·        Student rights services programs

·        Posting of flyers on campus

·        De Anza Campus flea-market

·        Organization of various ethnic theme activity months

·        Eyeglass drive

·        Cell phones for victims of domestic violence

·        Classroom visits by LaDonna Yumori Kaku

·        Information and advice about how to start a new club

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

Student should contact Student Activities:
 

                        Student Activities location:  Lower level of the Hinson Campus Center

                        Contact person for faculty: LaDonna Yumori-Kaku (864-8692)

                        Contact number for students: 864-8756

Hours:  M - TH  8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.,  F 8:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

 

 

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Transfer Center

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

·        All registered De Anza students

·        Especially appropriate for underrepresented populations

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        Extensive collection of transfer resources including UC, CSU catalogs, curriculum guides and assistance in articulation information

·        Quick drop-in advising for questions related to transferable De Anza courses

·        Workshops taught by various university admission counselors

·        Workshops about general education requirements, guaranteed admissions agreements, and how to fill out an application

·        Referral to counseling

·        Luncheon to introduce students to college and university representatives

·        Transfer Day: various university representatives come to De Anza College to talk about their programs

·        Appointments/drop-in advising with visiting university representatives. Schedule is published monthly

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

No formal process, but students are welcome to drop by.

 

                        Transfer Center location:  M-3

                        Contact person for faculty: Shirley Kawazoe (854-8552)

                        Contact number for students: 864-8841

Hours:  M 9:00 A.M. – 7:30 P.M.,  Tues - Th 9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.,  Fri 9:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.

Summer hours: M - TH 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.

 

4.  Any other important information about your program?

 

“We are a fun group! University reps and students always feel like they want to come back!”

 

  

 

Back To Top of Document Program:  Tutorial

 

1.  Whom does your program serve? 

 

·        All registered De Anza students

·        Primarily English/ESL/accounting/math/science/CIS/social science/languages

·        Students who are failing classes or who are having trouble with their courses, or who just need more confidence or support

·        Particularly good for ESL students who are having difficulty with grammar

 

2.  What are the services that are available to your students?

 

·        Free tutoring of up to two hours per week (students in special programs will receive more tutoring if necessary, as will students who are recommended by a counselor)

·        Drop-in tutoring for writing, ESL, accounting, math/science and computer science courses

 

3.  What is the process for getting the student involved in the program?

 

Students should come to room L-47 or E-36 (for math/science tutoring) and fill out an application with their class schedule information. The student’s instructor must sign the application and write down areas he/she recommends or will require for the student.

 

                        Tutorial Center location:  L-47 and E-36 (math/science only)

                        Contact person for faculty: Diana Alves de Lima (864-8485)

                        Contact number for students: 864-8682

Hours:  M - TH 8:30 A.M. – 7:00 P.M.,  F 8:30 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.

Web site: http://www.deanza.edu/tutorial 

 

 

 

Back To Top of Document Community Services Information List

 

There is a comprehensive Community Services Directory in the Financial Aid Office, providing more details and addresses as well as service fees.

 

1,             Stanford University Medical  Center                 8.            Columbia San Jose Medical Center

                300 Pasteur Drive                                                                 675 E. Santa Clara Street

                Stanford, CA 94305                                                              San Jose, CA 95112

                (650) 723-2300                                                                       408) 998-3212

 

2.             Lucile Salter Packard                                            9.            Regional Medical Hospital

                Children’s Hospital Stanford                                             225 N. Jackson Avenue                                     

                725 Welch Road                                                                   San Jose, CA 95116                                            

                Palo Alto, CA 94304                                                            (408) 259-5000

                (650) 497-8000                                                                      

 

3.             Veterans Affairs Medical Center                       10.           Good Samaritan Hospital

                3801 Miranda Avenue                                                         2425 Samaritan Drive                                          

                 Palo Alto, CA 94304                                                           San Jose, CA 95124            

                (650) 493-5000                                                                       (408) 559-2011

 

4.             El Camino Hospital                                              11.           Community Hospital of Los Gatos

                2500 Grant Road                                                                   Saratoga Rehabilitation Center

                Mountain View, CA 94040                                                  815 Pollard Road

                (650) 940-7000                                                                       Los Gatos, CA 95030

                El Camino Auxiliary                                                             (408) 378-6131

                (650) 940-7214


5.              Kaiser Permanente Medical Center                  12.            Mission Oaks Hospital

900 Kiely Boulevard                                                            15891 Los Gatos-Almaden Road

Santa Clara, CA 95051                                                         Los Gatos, CA 95032

408) 236-6400                                                                        (408) 559-2011

 

6.             O’Connor Hospital                                              13.           Kaiser Permanente Santa Teresa Medical Center  

                2105 Forrest Avenue                                                           250 Hospital Parkway

                San Jose, CA 95128                                                             San Jose, CA 95119

                (408) 947-2500                                                                      (408) 972-7000

 

7.             Santa Clara Valley Medical Center                    14.           Saint Louise Hospital

                751 S. Bascom Avenue                                                       9400 No Name Uno

                San Jose, CA 95128                                                             Gilroy, CA 95020

                (408) 885-5000                                                                       (408) 848-2000

 

 

 

 

  

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AIDS

 

Center for Disease Control – National HIV/AIDS Hotline……………..  (800) 34N        

Northern California AIDS Hotline (English/Spanish/Filipino)…………      (800) FOR-AIDS

Filipino AIDS Hotline (English/Spanish/Filipino……………………….      (800) FIL-AIDS

AIDS Hotline for Hearing Impaired/TDD………………………………  (415) 864-6606

 

Alcohol/Drug Abuse

 

Alcoholics Anonymous………………………………………………….  (408) 374-8511

Gateway (Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital Systems)…………..   (800) 488-9919

Narcotics Anonymous……………………………………………………(408) 998-4200

Santa Clara Valley Alcohol and Drug Resource Alliance (NCADD)…    (408) 267-4357

 

Anti-Hate/Discrimination

 

Anti-Hate Line (CONTACT)……………………………………………………              (408) 279-0111

 

Children/Youth

General

ABUSE  (Reporting Telephone Numbers):

                Central County…………………………………………………………             (408) 299-2071

                North County…………………………………………………………..             (650) 493-1186

                South County…………………………………………………………..             (408) 683-0601

Gay Youth Hotline ……………………………………………………………..                (800) 246-7743

Warm Line/Home Alone (general help and counseling for children)…………          (408) 279-0303

Crisis/Runaway:

Alum Rock Counseling Center………………………………………………….             (408) 294-0579

California Missing Children Hotline……………………………………………             (800) 222-3463

Community Solutions……………………………………………………………              (408) 683-4118

National Runaway Switchboard…………………………………………………            (800) 621-4000

Social Advocates for Youth (Case Say)………………………………………..             (650) 961-2622

Teen Line…………………………………………………………………………              (650) 327-3333

Vanished Children’s Alliance National Sighting line………………………….            (800) VANISHED

 

Crisis/Help

 

Alliance for the Mentally III………………………………………………….                  (408) 280-7264

CONTACT Telephone Ministry………………………………………………                (408) 279-8228

Suicide and Crisis:

                Central County………………………………………………………                 (408) 279-3312

                South County…………………………………………………                           (408) 683-2482

ACCESS (Santa Clara County Mental Health Dept. evaluation and referral..            (408) 704-0900

 

Disabled   

 

Crisis Line for the Handicapped…………………………………………………            (800) 426-4263
 

Domestic Violence

La Isla Pacifica (Community Solutions)………………………………………                (408) 683-4118

Next Door Solutions for Domestic Violence………………………………….               (408) 279-2962

Support Network for Battered Women………………………………………..               (650) 940-7850


Employment     

 Job Keepr………………………………………………………………………                 (408) 297-5437

 

Home Shelter

Shelter Bed Hotline…………………………………………………………….                 (800) 7-SHELTER

 

Literacy

Literacy Alliance for the South Bay……………………………………………              (408) 453-6711

 

Parents

Parental Stress Hotline (CONTACT)……………………………………………            (408) 279-8228

Parental Stress Hotline………….………………………………………………..             (650) 327-3333

 

Poison

Poison Control Center…………………………………………………………….            (800) 662-9886

Poison Control Regional………………………………………………………….            (800) 876-4766

 

Rape Crisis

Community Solutions, South County……………………………………………           (408) 779-2115

YWCA, Mid-Peninsula…………………………………………………………               (650) 493-RAPE

YWCA, Santa Clara Valley……………………………………………………                 (408) 287-3000

 

Sexual Abuse/Incest                              

Giaretto  Institute ……………………………………………………………….               (408) 453-7616

 

Victims of Violence

Victim/Witness Assistance………………………………………………………            (408) 295-2656

 

 

 

 

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Los Gatos Public Library

 110 E. Main Street, Los Gatos, California 95030……………………………..               (408) 354-6891

 

Mountain View Public Library

Literacy program, bookmobile, and outreach delivery services available.

585 Franklin Street, Mountain View, California 94041……………………….               (650) 903-6887

 

Palo Alto City Libraries

Outreach delivery service: Operation Homebound…………………………….           (650) 329-2562

Main Library

1213 Newell Road, Palo Alto, California 94303………………………………                (650) 329-2436

Lucie Stern Children’s Library

1276 Harriet, Palo Alto, California 94301……………………………………..                (650) 329-2134

College Terrace

2300 Wellesley, Palo Alto, California 94306…………………………………                (650) 329 2298

Downtown

270 Forest Avenue, Palo Alto, California 94301………………………………              (650) 329-2641

Mitchell Park

3700 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, California 94303………………………….               (650) 329 2586

Terman Park

661 Arastradero Road, Palo Alto, California 94306……………………………             (650) 329-2606

 

San Jose Public Libraries

Adult Literacy program: Partners in Reading…………………………………..            (408) 277-3230

Bookmobile and outreach delivery services available

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (Main Library)

180 W San Carlos Street, San Jose, California 95113………………………….             (408) 277-4846

Almaden

6455 Camden Avenue, San Jose, California 95120……………………………..            (408) 268-7600

Allviso

5050 N. First Street, Alviso, California 95022………………………………….              (408) 263-3626

Berryessa

3311 Noble Avenue, San Jose, California 95132……………………………….            (408) 272-3554

Biblioteca Latino Americana

921 S. First street, San Jose, California 95110………………………………….             (408) 294-1237

Calabazas

1230 Blaney Avenue, San Jose, California 95129………………………………            (408) 996-1535

Cambrian

1780 Hillsdale Avenue, San Jose, California 95124……………………………             (408) 269-5062

East San Jose Carnegie

1102 E. Santa Clara Street, San Jose, California 95116………………………..              (408) 998-2069

Educational Park

1770 Educational Park Drive, San Jose, California 95133……………………..             (408) 272-3662

Joyce Ellington Brance Library (Empire)

491 E. Empire Street, San Jose, California 95112……………………………..                (408) 286-5627

Evergreen

2635 Aborn Road, San Jose, California, 95121………………………………                (408) 238-4433

Hillview

2255 Ocala Avenue, San Jose, California 95122..…………………………….               (408) 272-3100

Pearl Avenue

4270 Pearl Avenue, San Jose, California 95136………………………………..            (408) 265-7833

Rosegarden

1580 Naglee Avenue, San Jose, California 95126………………………………            (408) 998-1611

Santa Teresa

290 International Circle, San Jose, California 95119………………………….               (408) 281-1878

Seven Trees

3597 Cas Drive, San Jose, California 95111…………………………………..                (408) 629-4535

West Valley

1234 San Tomas Aquino Road, San Jose, California 95117………………….              (408) 244-4747

Willow Glen

1157 Minnesota Avenue, San Jose, California 95125…………………………             (408) 998-2022

 

Santa Clara City Libraries

Literacy Program, bookmobile, and home delivery services available.

Central

2635 Homestead Road, Santa Clara, California 95051 …………………..         (408) 984-3097

Mission

1098 Lexington Street, Santa Clara, California 95050…………………………              (408) 984-3154

 

Santa Clara County Libraries

Literacy program, bookmobile, and home delivery services available.

Administration

1095 N. Seventh Street, San Jose, California 95112….……………………….              (408) 293-2326

Alum Rock

75  S. White Road, San Jose, California 95127………………………………..               (408) 251-1280

Campbell

77 Harrison Avenue, Campbell 95008…………………………………………..              (408) 866-1991

Cupertino

10400 Torre Avenue, Cupertino, California 95014…………………………….             (408) 446-1677

Gilroy

7387 Rosanna Street, Gilroy, California 95020…………………………………             (408) 842-8297

Los Altos

13  S. San Antonio Road, Los Altos, California 94022…………………………           (408) 948-7683

Milpitas

40 N. Milpitas Boulevard, Milpitas, California 95035………………………….            (408) 262-1171

Morgan Hill

17575 Peak Avenue, Morgan hill, California 95037…………………………….            (408) 779-3196

Saratoga

13650 Saratoga Avenue, Saratoga, California 95070……………………………          (408) 867-6126

Woodland

1975 Grant road, Los Altos, California 94024……………………………………           (650) 969-6030

 

Sunnyvale Public Library

Literacy program and home delivery services available.

Bookmobile………………………………………………………………………               (408) 730-7312

Main Library

665 W. Olive Avenue, Sunnyvale, California 94086………………………….              (408) 730-7300

SCI3 (Patent Information Clearinghouse)

465 S. Mathilda Avenue, Suite 300, Sunnyvale, California 94086……………            (408) 739-7290      

                               

Medical and Consumer Health Libraries

Stanford University Libraries

The Health Library

2B Stanford Shopping Center, Palo Alto, California 94304……………….                   (650) 725-8400

                                or………………………………………………………….                    (800)295-5177

The LaVerne Wilson Health Library

Stanford University Hospital, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94304         (650) 725-8100

Avenidas Health Library (Senior Coordinating Council of Palo Alto)

450 Bryant Street, Palo Alto, California 94301………………………………….             (650)327-2811

 


 

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