Campus Assist List
Up to $2,000 grant available to currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate a financial crisis affecting access to housing, food, medical or mental health care. Prior to applying, any and all case-specific, University interventions should be utilized first (e.g., fee deadline extensions, payment plans, rent deferment, emergency loans, emergency meals).
Summary of mental health counseling services available to students, faculty and staff.
Educational services helping students to make informed, empowered decisions to promote their individual health and wellness. Services include consultations on the topics of alcohol, tobacco, other drugs, sexual health, nutrition, mental health awareness and wellness. Free, anonymous and confidential HIV testing. Free condoms.
Public/private partnership web project portal for individuals, families and social service agencies concerned with community mental health services, substance use treatment programs and help for people with developmental disabilities. Orange County resource for individuals, families and agencies concerned with behavioral health. Information about services, laws, related news, as well as communication tools and other features. Searchable by category, agency name or keyword.
Live chat available. Telephone and online support for anyone seeking information or linkage to OC Health Care Agency's Behavioral Health Services. Assists callers in the navigation of the county's Behavioral Health System through information, referral and linkage directly to programs that meet the needs of callers.
Confidential, anonymous source of information for persons seeking treatment facilities for substance abuse/addiction or mental health problems.
Free, confidential, 24/7 treatment referral routing service in English and Spanish for individuals and family members facing substance abuse and mental health issues. Referrals to local treatment facilities, support groups and community-based organizations.
Meetings for those affected by excessive drinking of someone close. Searchable meeting directory for times and locations in Orange County.
Meetings for those who want to stop drinking. Includes national website and free literature. Searchable meeting directory for times and locations in Orange County.
Outpatient drug and alcohol treatment. AA meetings, DUI program, dual diagnosis. Does not accept private insurance. Programs offered in English and Spanish.
Wide variety of help for those seeking an alcohol and/or drug treatment program. Programs are based on the 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and are gender-specific. Treatment activities include individual therapy, specialty groups, fitness, educational lectures and group therapy.
Meetings for those who have a desire to stop using cocaine and other mind-altering substances. Searchable meeting directory for times and locations in Orange County.
Inpatient medical detoxification and group therapy.
All levels of alcohol and drug detox and rehab treatment programs providing a full continuum of care, including detox, primary rehab, extended care, outpatient treatment, alternative sentencing, recovery homes and sober living in Orange County.
24-hour helpline providing information and offering support to anyone seeking recovery from crystal meth addiction. Not a crisis hotline.
Medical model alcohol and drug treatment program. Detoxification, inpatient, day care, outpatient and tracks for males and females. 12-step oriented, with strong family involvement and long-term supportive aftercare. Free consultation and assessment. Accepts most insurances. No dual-diagnosis unless stabilized.
12-step program meeting information for addicts recovering from marijuana addiction in District 5 Orange County.
Affordable mental health and recovery counseling, life skills education and supportive services to women and families. Specializes in substance abuse, domestic violence, anger management, grief and general counseling. Groups offered. Men's individual and group counseling also available.
Comprehensive treatment for adults with chemical dependency, located in an accredited acute care hospital. Highly structured programs including medical detoxification, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, family program and alumni program.
Meeting information for twelve-step program for families and friends of drug abusers.
Meeting information for local twelve-step self-help recovering program for addicts who want to overcome their addiction to drugs.
Residential social model recovery program serving women suffering from addictions. Individual and group therapy, family treatment and children services, after care and follow-up.
Programs for mood disorders, eating disorders, chemical dependency and duel diagnosis. Day treatment/partial hospitalization program, intensive outpatient program and other outpatient services. Covered by most insurances (HMO, PPO).
Residential and outpatient treatment program based on behavioral modification for drug abuse. Fees may be paid through insurance benefits with co-pay determined by insurance plans, Medi-Cal and Drug Medi-Cal for low-income clients, government contracts for qualifying individuals without the ability to pay, and self-pay with a sliding fee scale based on income.
Comprehensive inpatient and outpatient chemical dependency recovery program for adolescents ages 12-17 and adults. Free assessments for non-urgent cases. Medically monitored 30-day program includes individual, family and group counseling, and heavy 12-step involvement. Accepts most insurances. Initial consultations are free and confidential.
Treatment for psychiatric and/or chemical dependency. Treatment includes medical supervision and medication management by a psychiatrist as well as patient education and treatment related to psychiatric symptoms and/or substance dependence. Individual, group, and family therapy is also part of treatment.
Daily meetings on campus. Monday-Friday 12:00PM-1:00PM.
Network of recovering lawyers, law students and judges dedicated to assisting others within the legal profession who are suffering from alcohol and substance abuse problems.
Offers intensive outpatient treatment for adult and adolescent addictions.
Mental health providers on campus maintain a database of community providers (psychotherapists, psychiatrists and community clinics) who can provide services to our students. You can apply to be part of our referral database by creating an account and completing an application. Please allow approximately 30 minutes to complete the form in full; there is no option to save in-progress.
Therapists on our list must meet minimal qualifications, including having active California licensure (i.e., clinical psychology, MFT or LCSW) and proof of malpractice insurance. Submission of your information does not guarantee inclusion on our database. Submissions must be reviewed and approved by the Campus Social Worker.
One-stop resource for comprehensive research-based information on issues related to alcohol abuse and binge drinking among college students provided by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA).
Publications on alcohol abuse, such as pamphlets, brochures, fact sheets, posters and professional education materials. Research information such as statistics and conference information.
Education resources and materials on drugs of abuse, curriculum guides, research and funding information, and publications for medical and health professionals, researchers, parents and teachers, as well as students and young adults.
Provides free substance abuse literature. Information often offered in several languages. SAMHSA has educational brochures, pamphlets and posters that can be easily ordered by mail or downloaded.