Health and Service HomeBase
Programs that focus on the health of the mind and body, and prepare students to work in jobs serving the public, such as police, fire, and public health.
What is a HomeBase?
The Health and Service HomeBase pathway community in a one-stop hub of support for ARC students in the programs below. You'll find counseling appointments, students studying similar majors, a place to hang out/study/belong and your personalized Success Team. You can find your HomeBase at the College and on Canvas.
What is a Success Team?
Your Success Team includes assigned Counselors, Coaches, Faculty and Peer Mentors.
Who is available to help?
Your HomeBase Coach is your first point of contact. They can answer questions, help you register for classes, share strategies for college success and coach you all the way to your goal!
For questions, please contact the HomeBase Coach. If this is your first year in college, please contact the First Year Experience (FYE) Coach.
- (916) 484-8577
- HomeBase Coach: Tim Reilly
- First Year Experience (FYE) Coach: TBD
- HomeBase Clerk: Jayda Preyer
- Counselors: Kim Queen, Lydia Delgado, Lori Rasor, Katy Herman, Jane Adams, Michelle Kientz
- Faculty Liaison: Jana Gonsalves
- Location: Health and Education: Room 715
- Monday: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
- Tuesday: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
- Wednesday: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
- Thursday: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
- Friday Remote Services
Health and Service Programs
Administration of Justice
Learn the prevention, discovery, control, and treatment of crimes, and prepare for the administration of justice field.
ARC's Dance program offers a diverse line-up of courses, including ballet, modern dance, ballroom dance, hip hop, and more.
Take intensive training courses for a certificate or an associate degree. Instructors are experienced members of the fire service.
Funeral Service Education
Gain employment as funeral directors and embalmers. Courses include biology, funeral service management, and embalming.
A broad study in biological and physical sciences for transfer and continuing studies in upper division science courses.
Get a career providing services for the elderly and prepare to transfer for a BA in gerontology at a four-year institution.
Bilingual students can prepare for effective language interpretation and cultural brokering in the healthcare setting.
Examine terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, intelligence analysis, natural disasters, negotiations, and conflict resolution.
Become a paraprofessional aide with agencies such as correctional institutions, welfare, mental health, schools, and childcare centers.
Kinesiology and Athletics
Take a wide variety of courses that improve physical fitness, sports skills, and dance performance abilities.
Nursing and Allied Health
Take general education and nursing courses with related lab experience in local health agencies. Work to become a registered nurse.
Nutrition and Foods
Apply nutrition principles to improve health and quality of life. Prepare for transfer programs such as dietetics and health sciences.
Classroom, clinical, and field internship training prepares paramedics to assess and treat a wide variety of medical emergencies.
ARC's recreation program offers an associate degree that provides training for an entry-level career in the field of recreation and leisure services. Our program explores the many career fields in recreation, including public service, private recreation, outdoor recreation, and leadership positions.
Become a CA licensed registered respiratory therapist and learn diagnostic procedures, treatment, and patient management.
Sacramento Regional Public Safety Training Center
Receive high-quality, entry-level and advanced in-service training and educational programs for public safety personnel.
Learn to assist speech-language pathologists in treating communication disorders including articulation, voice, fluency, and hearing.
Prepare for entry-level positions with integrated coursework in American Sign Language (ASL) and ASL-English interpretation.
Early Childhood Education
The earliest years of life are critical to building a foundation for lifelong learning. Young children need settings in which they can learn and explore in a nurturing and educationally rich environment, with teachers who understand how to foster their social, emotional and cognitive development.
Want to be a teacher? Get your two-year AA/AA-T degree. Includes two field experience courses working with credentialed teachers.
We are approved by the American Bar Association and have been preparing students for entry-level jobs in law for over 30 years.