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Below we have compiled a menu of campus resources, peer resources, online/phone/text resources, and community resources.

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1. Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) 310-825-0768

  • Provides individual therapy, group therapy, wellness skills groups, and psychiatry services
  • Provides 24/7 consultation to concerned staff, faculty, and students

2. Campus Assault Resources and Education (CARE)

  • Provides support, consultation, advocacy for student survivors of sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking
  • Provides trauma-informed yoga for student survivors

3. Campus and Student Resilience provides two programs:

  • Depression Grand Challenge: students may participate in internet-based cognitive-behavioral therapy (iCBT) program for depression and anxiety; may be helpful to students with language barrier or reluctant to meet with a therapist.
  • Resilience Peer Network (students may also be connected with Resilience Peers following completion of the above survey)

4. UCLA Psychology Clinic 310-825-2305

  • Provides low-fee individual and group psychotherapy (e.g., CBT group), as well as diagnostic assessments

5. Collegiate Recovery Program

  • Provides individual support and weekly recovery meetings for students who are in recovery from substance use or other addictive behaviors

6. ASHE smoking cessation program 310-825-4073

7. Research opportunities

  • Students may receive treatment and/or assessment through various research projects on campus

8. Other campus partners:

  • See full list
  • UCLA Case Managers: Can assist distressed students with various domains (academic, housing, economic)

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1. Peer Counselors: Get involved in students groups and associations - Find out more about it at SOLE!.

2. PEERS Friendship Program: Provides social skills therapy/training for students with social skills deficits (evidence based practice for autism spectrum)

phone counseling

Online / Phone / Text

1. CAPS has a list of online resources and apps

2. National suicide prevention line provides 24/7, free and confidential support

3. Mindfulness resources

community counseling


For students who might prefer longer-term or regular therapy than what is available at CAPS.

CAPS Community Provider Database