We know this is a difficult time for many people. In light of that, we have compiled a list of resources offered by UCLA to students.
A full list of resources including on campus, online/phone, peer, and community services for addiction recovery, sexual assault, financial aid, therapy, and more can be found at https://www.internationalcenter.ucla.edu/resources/menu#campus
Further resource are available at https://wwwcounseling.ucla.edu/resources/campus-partners
1. Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
• Provides individual therapy, group therapy, wellness skills groups, and psychiatry services
• Provides 24/7 consultation to concerned staff, faculty, and students as well as emergency intervention services
2. Campus and Student Resilience provides two programs
Depression Grand Challenge: Students may participate in 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 the completion of the above survey
3. UCLA Psychology Clinic
Provides low-fee individual psychotherapy (e.g., CBT group), as well as diagnostic assessments
4. Peer Counseling
GRIT Peer Coaching: The GRIT Peer-to-Peer Coaching program is committed to the development and well-being of the whole student. GRIT stands for guidance, resilience, integrity and transformation. In this program, UCLA students receive individualized support from trained peer coaches, with the aims of enhancing overall well-being and improving academic and personal success by utilizing various strategies for empowerment.
UCLA Peer Counseling Program: Peer counseling program being run in conjunction with the Neuromodulation Division of the Semel Institute. Peer counselors are provided with didactic training around listening skills and empathic responding and work under the weekly supervision of a faculty advisor. Services are confidential and are available to students experiencing personal difficulties, hardships and challenges.
Contact: Lydia Nguyen @ 310-825-0248 or
5. WAZO Connect
WAZO Connect is a student organization at UCLA that aims to improve mental health on college campuses. It offers all students in need with a personal mentor for 6 weeks and bi-weekly wellness activities.
6. National suicide prevention line provides 24/7 and confidential support
Call 1800-273-TALK (8255); or Text 741741
7. For further hotline number world wide please see these websites
8. LiveHealth Online
LiveHealth Online offers online video appointments (telemedicine) with an Anthem network provider when The Ashe Center is closed.
LiveHealth Online provides access to U.S. board-certified doctors 24/7/365 via phone or online video consults for urgent, non-Emergency medical assistance, including the ability to write prescriptions. LiveHealth Online provides behavioral health services as well. If follow up care is required after a consult, the student must obtain a referral from the Ashe Center prior to seeking care outside of the Ashe Center.
9. Beit T’shuvah offers resources and services for anyone dealing with addition
All information comes from the links listed and attached to the individual resources.
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