Campus Assist List
12.6 miles from UCI campus
Consultation, on- and off-campus resource assistance, and case management for students dealing with academic, financial, medical, mental or other personal issues or crises. Also serves as the designated office responsible for coordination in response to a student death.
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).
4079 Mesa Road (in Parking Lot 5)
Student-initiated effort promotiong equitable access to basic needs. Food panty providing free basic emergency food supplies, consulstative services, workshops and resource information.
Comprehensive outpatient clinic staffed with licensed primary care physicians, dentists, a physician assistant, registered nurse practitioners and registered nurses. Medical specialists from various disciplines including dermatology, orthopedics/sports medicine, gynecology, internal medicine, ENT, and psychiatry provide on-site consultation on a regular basis. Also offers basic radiology and clinical laboratory services, insurance consultation, on-site pharmacy, psychiatric services, eye clinic and dental clinic. Available to all registered UCI students. Students insured by UC SHIP (Student Health Insurance Plan) must be seen here first for referrals. For insurance plan and contact information, visit https://shc.uci.edu/insurance/.
On-campus psychiatric services. Covered by and billed to the Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP). Mental or emotional illness or learning disorders that may benefit from psychiatric diagnosis and treatment include depression, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, social phobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, schizophrenia, posttraumatic stress disorder, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and personality disorders.
680 California Avenue
The Anteater Recreation Center offers many opportunities to learn and participate in recreational activities. Aside from its impressive gym facilities and many group fitness classes already available to all currently enrolled students, the ARC also offers additional, convenient services for additional fees, such as personal training; fitness testing; classes like cooking, swim, yoga, CPR, dance, martial arts, sailing, SCUBA, and surfing; and private lessons in tennis, golf or swim. Campus Recreation also oversees the campus’ club sports and intramurals teams.
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.
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Emergency Department: Level 2 Trauma Center
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Emergency Department: Level 1 Trauma Center
7 days/week 8:00AM-8:00PM
605 West Santa Ana Boulevard
Disability insurance benefits provide partial wage replacement to eligible workers unable to work because of a medical or physical illness or injury (non-work related), which prevents them from performing their regular or customary work (including pregnancy). SDI benefits generally last a year. Eligibility includes being unable to do your regular work for at least eight days and having earned at least $300 from which SDI deductions were withheld. Online application available.
California's Medicaid health care program. Program and application information about state health care programs for children and adults with limited income and resources. (California state program administered by Orange County.)
Program for low-income individuals who do not have Medi-Cal. Safety-net program for county residents between 19-64 years of age with income from 138% up to 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) who do not have any other health coverage to pay for their urgent medical needs. Provides necessary urgent, emergency medical services and follow-up care to protect the patient from the loss of life or limb, prevent significant disability or serious deterioration of health. (Orange County program.)
Community health center providing primary health care services, including general medicine, pediatrics, women’s health, family planning, dentistry, vision/optometry, Behavioral Health Services, health screenings, preventative care and health education. Open Tuesday-Friday 8:00AM-5:00PM and Saturday 8:00AM-4:30PM.
Food pantry on the first and third Saturday of the month. Free grocery bag of food, and fresh vegetables and fruits when available. Free articles of clothing, shoes, baby food, diapers and toiletries also provided subject to availability. More information: http://serve-the-people.com/what-we-do/foodpantry.html
Health center providing high-quality, comprehensive safety net services to the OC community. Services include medical care, dental care, behavioral health and social services at eight health centers, as well as mobile units. Comprehensive social services include case management, food pantry and emergency financial assistance.
Food pantry: Monday-Friday 8:00AM-4:30PM at SOS Community Health Center, 1550 Superior Ave, Costa Mesa. Bags are filled with fresh produce, meats, dairy products, breads and assorted canned goods.
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.
Provides supplemental food, nutrition education, breastfeeding support and help finding health care and other community services for low- to moderate-income pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum people, and infants/children up to age 5 who are at nutritional risk. The purpose of WIC is to prevent health problems and to improve the health of program participants during critical times of growth and development. (California state program administered by Orange County.)
Consortium of safety net providers and partners creating free and low-cost, quality health care for vulnerable and underserved populations.
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This program provided by the Council on Aging offers unbiased individualized counseling, community outreach, and public education about Medicare and other related health insurance topics. Trained staff and volunteers can help with better understanding benefits, how the health care system works and acquiring services.
Free clinic working to meet the healthcare needs of low-income and uninsured Southern Californians. Services include dental care, diagnostic imaging, health fairs, mental health counseling, optometry, specialty care, pedicatric care and primary care.
Services for LGBT individuals and families in Los Angeles. Health services including primary care, HIV/STD prevention and treatment, individual and group mental health counseling. Social services support for youth, transgender individuals, legal services, senior services, support groups.
Online resource for programs providing assistance to those unable to afford medications and healthcare costs. Information on prescription assistance programs, coupons, drug discount cards, scholarships and government programs.
Information and phone numbers to Orange County public health clinics and community clinics offering free and low-cost services.
Information on the Adult Emergency Dental Clinic, Children's Dental Clinic and Ryan White HIV/AIDS Dental Program.
Free service helps qualifying patients without prescription drug coverage get the medicines they need for free or nearly free. Single point-of-access to more than 475 public and private programs.
Prescription assistance program offered at Walmart Pharmacies. Provides generic drugs at $4 for a 30-day supply and $10 for a 90-day supply.
Fitness, recreational, youth and after-school programs. Provides before and after-school care, sports programs, mentoring and supportive programs for school age children and developmentally delayed clients. Fitness training and adult sports. Financial assistance available for those who are eligible.