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Get Help accessing basic needs like food, housing and other emergency resources.

In 2020, The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice survey found that 48% of GRCC students experienced at least one form of basic needs insecurity.  We are here to address that. 

Let us help remove barriers to basic needs

We sometimes face obstacles that can get in the way of achieving our goals. Your success is extremely important and we're here to help you access resources to ensure you have basic needs so that your school experience is a successful one.

Are you concerned about another student?

If you're concerned a student may be experiencing food, housing or funding insecurity, please let us know. 

Faculty can reach out on behalf of a student through Early Alert, located on Blackboard.

Staff, students and the general public can reach out on behalf of a student through the Behavioral Intervention Team report form.

If you have any concerns or questions, comments or ideas, let us know!