What's New at CAPS (updated 9/23/20)

CAPS will be closed Wednesday 09/23/2020 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. If experiencing an emergency, please call 911. For any other questions, please leave a voicemail at (310) 825-0768 and Front Desk will return your call when we open. 
In a time of physical distancing and a worldwide response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to witness the pandemic of racism and hate taking the lives of Black, Brown, and Queer people.  The murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and Tony McDade; the skewed media and social media coverage;  the Zoom-bombing for the purpose of spewing racist, sexist, and homophobic speech are the most recent examples of long-standing systematic racial injustice and oppression. The strain our communities is further compounded by the many losses brought on by COVID-19.  There is an individual and collective toll on us all due to the accumulation of these events and many communities of color and their allies have been pushed to their breaking points.   We are in the midst of a collective grief response, as demonstrated by the anger we see reflected in the protests and cries for justice in the cities across the country.  The loss of life, of agency, and of connection can feel overwhelming.  

These collective traumas have very real psychological consequences, such as depression, anxiety, post-traumatic disorder, and the exacerbation of other underlying mental health and substance abuse issues. We also recognize the particular impact witnessing these traumatic events has on members of our Black and African-American community. By sharing and acknowledging our grief and hurt we can each help each other bear the pain and emotional weight.  Take the time to check on those you care about, take the time to care for yourself, and reach out if you need support or assistance supporting someone else. Please call CAPS 24/7 if you are in distress at 310 825-0768. 

For a list of Resources for Diversity Trainings, click here.
To watch a video with our Executive Director, Dr. Nicole Green, titled Processing Racial Trauma, click here
 Please click here for a list of Resources offered by the UCLA RISE Program, and here for information on a Community Care Space for/by Student Activists of Color


CAPS is committed to supporting your health, healing, and hope,
especially during this challenging time.
CAPS is open during regular business hours,
providing all services through telehealth*.
24/7 crisis support is always available by phone at 310-825-0768

All registered UCLA students are eligible for our
services. In response to COVID-19,
CAPS is suspending session limits for both NONSHIP and SHIP students until Fall

*Office phones are answered Mondays through Fridays 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. For other hours, please refer to tabs below.

Make an Initial Appointment

Triage Hours:
Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

1. Call 310-825-0768

2. You will receive a same-day triage assessment through a telehealth appointment. 

3. Your triage clinician will assess your needs and discuss treatment options with you. 

For more information on how to prepare for your appointment, please click here

Ongoing Treatment

Appointment Hours:
Monday - Thursday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

To schedule a follow up appointment, call our front desk staff at 310-825-0768 or contact your provider directly via a secure message through your Ashe Patient Portal. All appointments will be provided via telehealth.

Therapy Appointments:

- Therapists can continue treatment with students who are currently residing in California. 

- Please consult with your clinician about ongoing treatment options if you are currently out of state. 

Psychiatry Services:

- Psychiatry services are available by referral from your CAPS clinician. 

- Please consult with your psychiatrist about ongoing treatment options if you are currently out of state. 

Group Therapy:

- Selected groups will be offered through a Zoom telehealth platform that meets strict HIPAA privacy guidelines. 

- Students must be residing in California.

- Please consult with your CAPS clinician or call 310-825-0768 if you are interested in joining a group. 

- Click here to view our Summer 2020 Group Brochure

For Students in treatment at Behavioral Health Services (BHS):

- BHS remains open and will continue to provide services to their clients. 

- Call BHS at 310-825-1452 to schedule appointments. 

- BHS will continue to accept new referrals from CAPS as clinically indicated (students cannot self refer). 

Concerned about a Bruin

Please visit this section of our website for more information. 

- UCLA Case Managers

- Meet the Case Managers

Resources Regarding COVID-19

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