UCI CARE - Campus Assault Resources and Education

  • On-campus resource, located on the 3rd floor of the Student Center, around to the right after exiting the elevator
  • Will walk over to meet with the student in-person
  • Provides confidential services: identifying options for reporting and medical treatment, peer services,group counseling and, emotional support

Waymakers (formerly Community Service Programs, Inc.) 24-hour hotline

  • Community resource, available 24 hours over the phone
  • Provides confidential services including options for reporting and medical treatment, emergency and victim witness funding, advocacy

UCI Counseling Center

  • On-campus resource, located in Student Services 1, across Ring Road from Starbucks
  • Counselors available to provide emotional support
  • Student can walk over to meet with someone for a "same-day" appointment

UCI Disability Services Center

  • Voice: (949) 824‑7494 or TTY: (949) 824‑6272
  • 100 Disability Services Center, Building 313, Irvine CA 92697-5250
  • https://dsc.uci.edu/

If you have disability-related needs and wish to request reasonable accommodations, please let our office know know and we will connect you to the Disability Services Center (DSC), or contact DSC at Voice: (949) 824-7494 or TTY: (949) 824-6272 or in person at 100 Disability Services Center, Building 313, Irvine, CA 92697-5250.

 

Hear My Voice!

An online resource to educate and engage people in the LGBTQ community to create safe and health relationships and to connect victims of abuse to help and legal services in their community.

UCI Wellness - Employee Assistance Program

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a free, confidential benefit that can help address personal  or work-related issues faced by UCI faculty, staff, retirees and dependents at both the UCI Campus and UC Irvine Health. This service, staffed by experienced clinicians, is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A Guidance Resource Professional will help with problem identification, assessment and referral to treatment providers and community resources.
As of July 1, 2015, this program is administered by ComPsych Guidance Resources.

Suicide is Preventable

An online resource for help and support.