The program provides support to the most essential resources required to thrive as a student, which includes access to nutritious food, stable housing, and wellness resources.
The support program provides wraparound services to eligible CalWORKs students. To be eligible, students must be receiving TANF/cash aid. The program collaborates with the Stanislaus County Community Services Agency to provide a seamless process and support services including priority registration, counseling, work study opportunities, grants, etc.
Available to all currently enrolled MJC students. The Pirates' Pantry offers two options for food pick up; Drive-thru or In-Person visits (walk-ins are welcome by availability). Items available: Food, hygiene products, bath and body items, household items and food vouchers.
Learn how and when you can get a free lunch on Wednesday.
Assists students with health-related concerns including: first-aid, illness prevention and wellness information, over-the-counter medications, pregnancy screenings, vaccines, blood pressure checks, mental health referrals, sexual health referrals, hemoglobin and glucose screenings, vision/color perception screenings, crisis Intervention (if it is an emergency, call 9-1-1 or the crisis phone/text line) and more.
1-on-1, one-hour appointments with mental health providers. Students are eligible for up to 6 sessions per semester. Call Health Services to schedule: (209) 575-6038 or (209) 575-6281
Offers free mental health support from a mobile device or computer. TalkNow is available 24/7 and unlimited. You can also schedule up to 12 free counseling visits with a licensed provider.
Clean, private & safe lactation rooms for mothers to nurse, or pump milk while on campus. Each room contains a comfortable chair, table, sink, and electrical outlets for use.
Need a ride between MJC campuses? Students ride for free!
Find out how you can ride the Modesto MAX Bus or Stanislaus County START Bus for free!
Mobile Hygiene - Bringing hot showers, underwear, socks and hygiene kits with 2 buses 4 days a week to the under served, homeless and working poor. Restoring Relationships - Engaging with the lost and broken is key to restoring the hope so desperately lost in today’s society. Mobile Laundry - Meeting the next much-needed step out of the cycle of poverty because clean bodies need clean clothes.
Discover the kind of support that exists for college students facing homelessness and get the information you need to start your journey towards higher education.
United Samaritans Foundation’s mission is to deliver food to people in need in Stanislaus County, and to facilitate the provision of services to assist them in a transition to a better quality of life.
Feeding our community through partnerships. Working together to solve hunger in California. Counties served: Stanislaus, San Joaquin, Merced, Calaveras, Alpine, Mariposa, Tuolumne, and Amador.
Connecting Stanislaus County residents to current health and human service information including food, housing, transportation, crisis services, etc
Low cost internet for low income customers
Center for Human Services
Serves children, individuals and families in Stanislaus County through six core program areas: Mental Health Services, Shelter Services, Youth Services, School Based Services, Substance Abuse Treatment and Family Resource Centers.
Central Valley Opportunity Center- Energy Assistance- provides one payment per year to utility companies for low-income customers.
Helps individuals in need of food, clothing and other humanitarian services
Discount on your monthly MID bill
Discount on monthly utility bill
serving all survivors of domestic violence, sexual abuse, and human trafficking.
Free diagnosis and assessment services available to any person suspected of having developmental disability, such as intellectual disability, epilepsy, or autism