Campus Assist List
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.
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.
Free mental health support services available to all enrolled students. Services include individual counseling, couples counseling, group counseling, urgent care, crisis response, consultation and outreach programming.
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).
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.
Summary of mental health counseling services available to students, faculty and staff.
Free online behavioral health self-help modules.
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.
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.
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.
Low-cost mental health services and psychological testing to individuals with no health insurance. Fees for psychotherapy range from $5 to $50 dollars, based on the household monthly income. Sessions usually last 50 minutes.
Center for Fulfilling Solutions
Court-approved perpetrator program for domestic violence, juvenile anger management program, licensed therapist for general counseling.
Faith-based individual, family, couples, child and adolescent counseling for child abuse, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, divorce recovery, gambling, smoking addictions, sexual addictions, grief, life stage adjustments, personality disorders, substance abuse and parenting. Does not accept insurance. Reduced-fee services available.
232 West Main St, Suite 101, Tustin
Psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, biofeedback and education services for children, youth, adults, couples and families. Specialization in marital discord, anger management, anxiety/phobias, sexual abuse issues, stress and pain management, substance abuse, eating disorders, sexual identity issues, domestic violence and bereavement. Sliding-fee scale. Accepts some HMOs.
501 West Palm Ave
Marriage and family therapy trainees offer quality and affordable mental health care for individual, couples and families. Sliding-fee scale.
Master’s-level trainees offer individual, couples and group therapy, psychological testing, substance abuse and domestic violence treatment and educational seminars. Sliding-fee scale.
Inpatient medical detoxification and group therapy.
Offers individual, family, play, group and marital therapies for patients and their families to learn to cope with the feelings surroundingt he diagnosis, treatment and side effects of cancer. Services are individualized according to needs of each patient. Accepts most insurance, private pay, sliding-fee scale. No one turned away for lack of funds.
Free, short-term counseling services to neighboring communities. Services focus on individuals of low-income status with no health insurance coverage. Individuals with severe psychiatric disorders will be referred out. Also offers workshops and groups.
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.
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.
27700 Medical Center Rd, Mission Viejo
Comprehensive treatment for adults with chemical dependency due to alcohol, prescription medication, or illegal substances in an accredited acute care hospital with specially trained staff and exceptional medical leadership.
Residential social model recovery program serving women suffering from addictions. Individual and group therapy, family treatment and children services, after care and follow-up.
Acceptance through Compassionate Care, Empowerment and Positive Transformation. Community-based mental health and supportive services to individuals struggling with or identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex or questioning, and the people important in their lives. Services include short-term individual and family counseling, resource and service linkage, social support groups and free trainings for the community and healthcare professionals.
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).
Mental health services for adults with severe and persistent mental illness. Psychiatric evaluation, case management, psychosocial rehabilitation, individual therapy, group therapy, family/couples therapy, crisis intervention, vocational counseling, substance abuse groups, mental health groups and drop-in services. Services Medi-Cal recipients only.
Mental health care for individual, couples and families by Master’s-level trainees. Fees based on a sliding scale.
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.
Comprehensive mental health services for children and adults, including inpatient hospitalization as well as outpatient and emergency psychiatry.
Monday-Thursday 8:00AM-8:30PM and Friday-Saturday 8:00AM-4:30PM. Center services include individual/group and family counseling, substance abuse assessment and referral, and employment referral for veterans and servicemembers.
Monday-Thursday 8:00AM-8:00PM and Friday 8:00AM-4:30PM. Center services include individual/group and family counseling, substance abuse assessment and referral, and employment referral for veterans and servicemembers.
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.