Campus Assist List
Los Angeles County Domestic Violence Safety Plan Hotline
Online chat option available. Advocates available 24/7 to talk confidentially with anyone seeking resources or information.
Free and confidential support services to members of the UCI community impacted by sexual assault, relationship abuse, family violence and/or stalking. Includes consultation, advocacy and referrals to community agencies, individual and group counseling, trainings and workshops and campus-wide prevention programming. Resources and information on developing and maintaining healthy relationships, sexual assault, personal safety and gender issues.
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).
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Provided by ComPsych GuidanceResources. Free and confidential support, resources and information to employees and dependants for personal and work-life issues (e.g, interpersonal, financial, mental health). Staffed by experienced master's and doctoral level clinicians. Available 24/7. Help with problem identification, assessment and referral to treatment providers and community resources.
Mental health care consultative services and support to resolve behavioral health issues. Primary crisis intervention resource to facilitate and coordinate appropriate resources. Time-limited case management for individual employees.
Complainint support and navigation services for employees who have or may desire to bring forth complaints of alleged conduct that violates UC policy on sexual violence and sexual harassment.
Summary of mental health counseling services available to students, faculty and staff.
Responsible for University compliance with federal and state laws and UC policies and procedures regarding discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment and sex offenses. OEOD works to promote and integrate the principles of equal opportunity, affirmative action, nondiscrimination and inclusive excellence at UCI.
For any individual or family in a domestic violence situation seeking shelter.
Emergency shelters, transitional and permanent housing. Specialized programs and services available in over 70 languages.
52-bed shelter for abused women and their children, including teenage males.
Available both to individuals and families. Welcomes survivors of any gender, their children, and their pets. Includes emergency motel stays, short-term shelter and long-term housing placements.
(Select Center for Children and Families in the left menu.) Sliding-scale services including counseling for children, families and adults. Parenting classes and psycho-educational support groups also available. Legal advocacy provided through scheduled legal clinics. Choose Center for Children and Families in the left menu for location and phone number information.
Sliding-scale counseling services available to children, families, couples, men and women. Psycho-educational, therapeutic and support groups also available. Bilingual services available.
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.
341 The City Dr, Room 705
Support and assistance to those experiencing domestic or family violence in applying for a temporary restraining order, exploring options for safe housing, accessing counseling services and during criminal justice system proceedings. Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00AM-4:00PM (Closed 12:00PM-12:30PM).
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.