Mental Health

Campus

Community Advising Network

WRRC: Maia Huang, MFT, Women Center and LGBTRC’s Community Counselor

Community Counselors assist all students, including those from diverse and vulnerable populations, in achieving their academic goal and addressing obstacles and areas of concern related to personal, social academic and career choices, family issues and other stress factors such as financial and work-school balance.

Stop by the Women's Center in North Hall or call 752 2727 for an appointment or email her at mhuang@shcs.ucdavis.edu.
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Counseling and Psychological Services

CAPS provides a variety of services including one-on-one counseling and group therapy, as well as a variety of educational workshops and discussions throughout the year.

24 Hour Phone Response: (530) 752-0871

Specific Support Groups offered through CAPS. If you are interested in participating in any of the groups, please call CAPS at (530) 752-0871 or come to 219 North Hall to schedule an intake or group screening appointment.

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Lavender Connection

This group is a support group for undergraduate and graduate students who are looking for a safe and confidential space to discuss issues related to being LGBTQ.

The group will provide a supportive and affirming environment where students can share common experiences and increase their sense of understanding regarding their own sexual identity, relationships with others, and sense of empowerment. All gender identities welcome!

Sistah-to-Sistah

This group is specifically tailored to address the needs and issues salient to African American/ Black women. The purpose is to initiate community, education, and support for African American /Black women who are students at UCD.


Latina Group

This is a growth oriented support group for Latinas. We will explore how we do relationships by looking into yourself, others, and the group as-a-whole. This group also aims at providing a space to affirm and express our roots and culture.

Healing Through Connections: Graduate Student Therapy Group

This is a process-oriented group that provides a safe and confidential space for graduate students to receive support and to gain perspective and insight into themselves and their relationships.

Pregnant Student Support Group

Are you a pregnant student who would like to meet other pregnant students in order to share thoughts, feelings and ideas about the physical and emotional experiences of your pregnancy? This group is open to all pregnant Undergrad and Grad students.

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The House, Peer Counseling

The House is a drop-in and phone counseling service, open weekdays 8am to 5pm. Students can talk to another student about personal and academic problems. 752-2790.

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Academic & Staff Assistance Program (ASAP)

Offer confidential mental health supportive services and referral to UC Davis faculty and staff, and their immediate family members.
530-752-2727

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Local

Yolo Co. Mental Health Crisis Services

(530) 757-5530

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Suicide Prevention and Crisis Services of Yolo County

24 Hour Crisis Line 530 756 5000 (Davis)
530 666 8515 (Woodland)

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Feminist Therapy Associates

FREE phone consultation (up to half an hour). You will have a chance to ask questions, find out more about how therapy can help you, and set up your first appointment.
510-527-5662

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Family Service Agency

YFSA's core services include professional counseling in both English and Spanish for children, families, couples, and individuals coping with issues such as marital difficulties, parent/child conflict, depression, anxiety, the effects of trauma and abuse, custody and divorce, and grief and loss.

Sliding Fee Scale based on monthly gross income.
530-662-2211

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The Effort Clinic, Sacramento, CA

The purpose of The Effort is to transform and improve lives by offering an integrated continuum of mental health care, addictions treatment, and health care services for individuals, families, and the community in the Sacramento region.

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African American Mental Health Directory

The African American Mental Health Providers comprises multi-disciplined psychotherapists.

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Mental Health Services of Sacramento County

Adult Access Team: 916 875 1055
Children's Access Team: 916 875 9980
EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Call 875-1000
CA Relay Service: 711 or go directly to the Sacramento County Mental Health Treatment

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Yolo Community Care Continuum

YCCC program encourages increased levels of independent living. All programs are based in community settings and follow the tenets of social rehabilitation.
(530) 758-2160

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The Trevor Helpline, You are Not Alone

A Free and confidential suicide prevention helpline for Gay and questioning youth that offers hope and someone to talk to 24/7
866 4 U TREVOR

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