ON CAMPUS RESOURCEs
UC Police Department (UCPD)
Los Angeles Suicide Prevention Center
- 1-800-656-HOPE (1-800-656-4673)
Mental Health Resources On Campus
- Wazo Connect is a student organization that aims to improve mental health on university campuses through peer mentorship and wellness activities. They serve as a complement to CAPS and other mental health groups on campus to provide the best support for students who are feeling lonely and stressed.
- The GRIT 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.
- The RISE Center is a wellness hub dedicated to the UCLA community to promote self-care, connection, and thriving. RISE is located in Lu Valle Commons basement, (underneath the food court) in the area of North Campus.
- Guided meditations: https://risecenter.ucla.edu/virtual-library/guided-meditations-audio
- Mental health worksheets: https://risecenter.ucla.edu/virtual-library/handouts-and-worksheets
- They offer a COVID-19 Care Package that includes resources and tools designed to lift moods and ease anxiety and depression.
- Website: https://standtogether.ucla.edu
- COVID-19 Resource Guide: https://standtogether.ucla.edu/resource-guide/
- Their MindWell pod aims to promote wellbeing, resilience, social connectedness, and creative achievement throughout the UCLA community.
- Website: https://mindwell.healthy.ucla.edu
- MindWell Blog: https://mindwell.healthy.ucla.edu/blog/
- List of mental health programs and activities on campus: https://mindwell.healthy.ucla.edu/programs-activities/
- The mission of the Mindful Awareness Research Center (MARC) is to disseminate mindful awareness across the lifespan through education and research.
- Free guided meditations: https://www.uclahealth.org/marc/patients
- The Resilience Peer Network (RPN) is a collective of UCLA undergraduate and graduate students trained to support fellow students. Resilience Peers are trained in active listening and empathic responding; boundaries, privacy, and ethics; applied positive psychology principles and resilience skills; motivational support to reinforce evidence-based treatment for stress, depression, and anxiety; and mindfulness approaches to resilience.
- Website: https://www.resilience.ucla.edu/resilience-peer-network/rpn
- This program is free and anonymous. It is intended to help determine whether you should seek help from a mental health professional.
- Website: https://screening.mentalhealthscreening.org/hyho
- They offer a mindful movement and meditation course that teaches several effective stress management tools.
- Wellness Audios: https://fitwell.recreation.ucla.edu/programs/bruin-mindfit