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Health and Well-being

When your mind and body are healthy, you can be a stronger student. Stay healthy and get adequate rest, nutrition and exercise. Keep a growth mindset during your alternative learning experience. Use these resources to support your learning and health.

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Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

During CLC's COVID-19-related campus closing, CAPS provides individual psychotherapy, consultation, identification of alternative resources and initial assessment services to CLC students over the phone. To request a phone appointment, please leave a message at 847-543-2032. CAPS staff will get back to you within 24 hours. The call may be coming from a “private” or “blocked” number, so please make sure your phone is set to accept those types of calls. If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911 or go to the closest emergency room.


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Health Center

The CLC Health Center oversees the COVID-19 Concerns Team, a group of health professionals dedicated to responding to student, staff and faculty questions and concerns related to the COVID-19 coronavirus. The team also verifies reported information, notifying the appropriate local and state officials in cases of possible or known exposure to the COVID-19 virus. If you have questions or need assistance, contact a CLC Health Center nurse by leaving a voicemail at 847-543-2064 or email mgrace@clcillinois.edu. A nurse will contact you within 12 hours.

For concerns related to your health and COVID-19, email the COVID-19 Concerns Team at covid19concerns@clcillinois.edu.


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SHARE Market and Food Pantries

Although the SHARE Market is closed, there are still resources available. There are many other food pantries around Lake County (PDF) that may be able to assist you.


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211 Lake County

211 Lake County is a 24-hour free information and referral helpline. It’s designed to reduce time and frustration by acting as a central access point to the health and human services in Lake County. Choose one of these options for help:

  • Call 211. Speak with a live, highly trained expert navigator who will lead you to the help you need. All calls are confidential. Accessible 24/7. 150+ languages.
  • Text your zip code to 898211. An expert navigator will lead you to the help you need. All texts are confidential. Accessible 24/7. English and Spanish.
  • Visit www.211lakecounty.org