Health & Wellness

Heath & Wellness

Q. I am not well and need immediate attention. Where do I go?

 
  • UC Davis Student Health & Counseling Services (SHCS): https://shcs.ucdavis.edu/
    This site is the main hub for UC Davis student health and counseling services. Students are provided information surrounding: medical care, counseling, wellness, urgent Care, insurance coverage and other resources and services available to them.
  • Student Support Case Managers in Office of Student Support and Judicial Affairs (OSSJA): https://ossja.ucdavis.edu/case-management-student-support. Case Managers assist students who are struggling with a range of life issues. They help to connect students with a variety of resources and they work closely with academic advisors, Student Health and Counseling Services, Students of Concern Response Team, Aggie Compass, hospitals, and a variety of other campus and local/regional support services.

 

Q. I am being harassed or bullied. Where can I find help?

 
  • Center for Advocacy Resources & Education (CARE): https://care.ucdavis.edu
    CARE is dedicated to reducing the incidence of sexual violence, including sexual assault sexual harassment, domestic/dating violence and stalking in the campus community. CARE serves the students, faculty, and staff of the University, at both the Davis campus and Sacramento campus. Our philosophy is that through education we can prevent these forms of violence.
  • Harassment and Discrimination Assistance and Prevention Program: https://hdapp.ucdavis.edu/
    Supports the University’s commitment to a discrimination-free work and learning environment by educating the campus community about the issues, assisting individuals and campus units to resolve conflicts and complaints related to harassment, discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual violence, hate and bias. Also serves as the central office for receiving reports and maintaining records of these types of complaints.
  • Report Hate and Bias: http://reporthateandbias.ucdavis.edu/report/index.html
    If you believe you have witnessed, or that you have been a target of, discrimination, harassment, or a hate- or bias-motivated incident on campus or while participating in a University-sponsored activity, you can make a report at this site.
  • Office of Student Support and Judicial Affairs (OSSJA): https://ossja.ucdavis.edu/social-misconduct and https://ossja.ucdavis.edu/rights-grievances
    Report misconduct, including social misconduct, such as hazing, harassment, theft, vandalism, noise violations, and violations of alcohol/drug policies. Also provides information about student rights and grievances. Not sure where to start when you have a grievance? OSSJA is a good place to start.
  • Office of the Ombuds: https://ombuds.ucdavis.edu
    Provides confidential, independent, impartial, and informal problem-solving and conflict management resources for all members of the UC Davis and UC Davis Health campus communities.
  • Police Accountability Board: http://pab.ucdavis.edu
    The Police Accountability Board develops and promotes accountability, trust and communication between the campus community and the UC Davis Police Department. Any person who feels they may have been directly affected by UC Davis police misconduct may file a complaint.

 

Q. I am stressed and/or depressed and need help. Where do I go?

 
  • UC Davis Student Health & Counseling Services (SHCS): https://shcs.ucdavis.edu/
    This site is the main hub for UC Davis student health and counseling services. Students are provided information surrounding: medical care, counseling, wellness, urgent Care, insurance coverage and other resources and services available to them. The direct link to the Counseling Services site is here.
  • Mental Health Crisis Consultation Services: Call 530.752.0871. Text “RELATE” to 741741 for free, 24/7 confidential texting with a trained Crisis Counselor. In emergencies call 911 or go to the nearest hospital or emergency room.

Remember – it’s OK to not feel OK. UC Davis resources are here to support you.

 

Q. How can I get my prescriptions filled?

 
  • UC Davis Student Health & Counseling Services (SHCS): https://shcs.ucdavis.edu/. This site is the main hub for UC Davis student health and counseling services. Students are provided information surrounding: medical care, counseling, wellness, urgent Care, insurance coverage and other resources and services available to them. A direct link to the SHCS Pharmacy is here.

 

Q. How can I find a doctor?

 
  • UC Davis Student Health & Counseling Services (SHCS): https://shcs.ucdavis.edu/
    This site is the main hub for UC Davis student health and counseling services. Students are provided information surrounding: medical care, counseling, wellness, urgent Care, insurance coverage and other resources and services available to them.

 

Q. I’m having difficulty affording groceries or accessing sufficient food to eat every day.  Where can I find resources and support?

 
  • Aggie Compass: Nutritious Food Resources: https://aggiecompass.ucdavis.edu/food-security
    Aggie Compass provides information about resources for fresh produce and information to buy the food you need. Many students face these challenges during college, and it’s healthy to seek support. For general information about basic needs resources, link to the Aggie Compass home page here: https://aggiecompass.ucdavis.edu 

 

Q. I want to try to eat healthier. Where can I find resources and support?

 

 

Q. I want to exercise more, what are my options?

 

 

Q. Where can I find more information about family support resources like childcare?

 

 

Q. Where can I find information about work-life balance?

 
  • Worklife & Wellness – UC Davis: https://worklife-wellness.ucdavis.edu/departments/worklife-wellness
    This site provides access to resources for creating a balance between work-life and wellness. You will find information on family care, community support, breastfeeding support, workplace flexibility, events, work-life for academics and much more.

 

Q. What other wellness resources are available in Davis?

 

 

Q. Are there campus resources for alcohol and substance abuse, addiction, or dependency?