For the 2018-2019 school year, Cloud County Community College, Concordia campus, has partnered with Cloud County Health Center (CCHC) to provide documented students of the College (presenting a current student identification card) with continued basic health services, at no charge. *

These services will be provided at the outpatient clinic of CCHC. The address is:
Cloud County Health Center
1100 Highland Drive
Concordia, KS 66901

Students should take the elevator to the 3rd floor. Check in for an appointment is done directly upon exiting the elevator.
Clinic hours are Monday - Friday: 8:30 am - 6:00 pm

*Please note the following:
Student health services at the CCHC clinic shall not include emergency services, and emergency needs will still be directed to the Emergency Department at CCHC in compliance with CCHC's obligations under federal and state laws.

When indicated, flu tests, strep throat tests, laboratory or x-ray may be ordered through CCHC. Students are responsible for payment of these services as well as for any prescription medications ordered from the pharmacy of the student's choice.

If students have questions about these health services or need transportation to CCHC clinic, please contact the Information Center.


An advocate from DVACK is on campus every Tuesday.DVACK Advocate
A DVACK advocate will be available to provide free support services to students and faculty on the Cloud County Community College campus in the Student Health Center on Tuesdays, from 9 am-2 pm. The Student Health Center is located above the gym in UG 308. In circumstances when advocates have client-related conflicts, and advocate might not be available on campus. Individuals needing support may also call the local DVACK office at 785.243.4349 or visit the office at 336 W. 5th Street, Concordia,  to speak with an advocate.
The Domestic Violence Association of Central Kansas serves survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, teen dating violence and elder abuse. DVACK is the only accredited domestic violence and sexual assault agency in its 10 county service area providing services to Saline, Dickinson, Ellsworth, Ottawa, Jewell, Cloud, Lincoln, Republic, Washington, and Mitchell counties. DVACK works from a victim centered approach providing direct support and trauma informed services. All services are absolutely voluntary, free, and confidential. A few of the services that are available include:  emotional support, crisis intervention and counseling, safety planning, advocacy, information/referrals, support groups, safe shelter, and assistance with protection orders.

Counseling services available on campus with Pawnee Mental Health ServicesPawnee Mental Health Services, in partnership with Cloud County Community College, is here to meet the needs of students with counseling and wellness services. Pawnee is a licensed community mental health center and substance use treatment facility and has been helping clients in our service area for over 61 years.