Emergency Resources on Campus

CARE Advocates

CARE (Campus Assault Resources & Education) is a safe place for UCLA students who are victims or survivors of sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, stalking, and sexual harassment to get support, consultation, and counseling services. 

CARE Advocates are available to support and advocate for UCLA student victims or survivors. They can assist students in finding resources and navigating reporting options. CARE Advocates can also assist students in receiving campus accommodations. You can get help from CARE Advocates without formally reporting an assault. 

For more information, visit CARE Program

To contact a CARE Advocate, 
call: (310) 206-2465
or email: advocate@careprogram.ucla.edu

Consultation and Response Team (CRT)

UCLA believes that students' well-being and safety are paramount to academic success. We share the responsibility of responding when a student's health or safety is at risk by reporting these concerns to the appropriate offices and referring students to campus resources. UCLA's Consultation & Response Team (CRT) is a group of professional staff members charged with responding to reports of students who may be in distress. This team is comprised of representatives from key campus departments, such as The College, Dean of Students, Counseling and Psychological Services, Residential Life, and the UCLA Police Department.

Case Managers are available to meet directly with students or advise campus constituents on how to work with students in distress. Please email CRTeam@ucla.edu with your request and someone will get back to you during business hours. Case Managers do not maintain 24 hour access to email or phone. 

If you need an immediate response after hours or on weekends please call UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services 24 hour access line (310) 825-0768 or call the UCPD 24 hour dispatch line at (310) 825-1491 or dial 911 for your local police. 

Economic Crisis Response Team (ECRT)

The Economic Crisis Response Team (ECRT) provides support and guidance to students who have self-identified, or are identified by UCLA faculty or staff, as experiencing a financial crisis that impacts their academic success at UCLA. We aim to efficiently, compassionately and discreetly:

​1. Provide a seamless and individualized response to UCLA students in extraordinary financial crisis. 

2. Develop proposals for actions to examine (and revise, when appropriate) university policies and office protocols in order to improve students' ability to manage their financial situations and avoid economic crisis. 

If you are in financial distress, contact the Economic Crisis Response Team (ECRT) via email at ecr@saonet.ucla.edu or via phone at (310) 206-1189

Local Emergency Rooms

 

Sexual Harassment/Sexual Violence

University of California Notice of Nondiscrimination

The University of California and UCLA CAPS are committed to the principle of treating each community member with respect and dignity. 

Across all of its locations, including clinical settings, the University prohibits discrimination and harassment (including sexual assault and other forms of sexual harassment). UCLA CAPS provides equal opportunities for all client/patients, applicants, employees, trainees, and students regardless of sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, or other legally protected characteristics. For more on the University's commitment to integrity, accountability and respect for all members of our community, please see the University's Statement of Ethical Values and Standards of Ethical Conduct. 

Patients - How to Report Sexual Harassment

If you have experienced sexual harassment please report it. To speak with a Title IX officer, please call (310) 206-3417. Reports, inquiries and questions can also be directed to the Title IX Office at titleix@conet.ucla.edu

The UCLA Title IX Office tries to protect people's privacy, while also fulfilling its obligations to respond appropriately to all reports it receives. In some situations, certain laws and University policies may require disclosure of reports to others, such as other University officials, licensing boards, law enforcement, or other agencies. If you are unsure if you want to file a report, we recommend contacting one of the following confidential resources first for advice and support:

These offices are not required to report instances of sexual harassment to the University. 

The University reviews all reports of sexual harassment in accordance with the University's Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy and other applicable policies. 

See additional reporting options available to you.

To Provide General Feedback about Your Patient Care Experience:

UCLA CAPS is interested in hearing about your overall care experience. To provide general feedback about your visit or experience with a CAPS provider, or to communicate any complaint about unprofessional conduct, please contact the CAPS Director of Quality Programs at 310-825-0768 or email feedback@caps.ucla.edu

To Obtain Your Medical Records

You may obtain a copy of your medical records in person or by mail. Detailed instructions are here

Reporting Obligations of UC Personnel

All University employees are responsible for creating and maintaining the safe, supportive and respectful environment that our patients and colleagues expect and deserve. Additionally, under some circumstances, UCLA CAPS staff members are required by University policy to immediately report possible sexual harassment to the Title IX office. For more information about your responsibility to report sexual harassment as a member of the UC community, click here

Additional methods to report sexual misconduct

The following University offices also accept reports of sexual misconduct:

If you would prefer to file a complaint with an outside agency instead of, or in addition to, a complaint with the University, your can file a civil rights complaint with any of the following:

  • Medical Board Of California: https://www.mbc.ca.gov/Breeze/Complaints.aspx (this site will allow you to file a complaint about any California-licensed physician or midwife
  • California Department of Consumer Affairs: https://www.dca.ca.gov/consumers/complaints/consumer.shtml (this site will allow you to access the websites to file complaints about any health professional licensed in the State of California)
  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights: The Office for Civil Rights works to ensure equal access to education and through enforcement of civil right protections on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex discrimination, disability and age. 
  • California Department of Public Health's Center for Health Care Quality (CHCQ): The CHCQ Licensing and Certification Program at the California Department of Public Health has regulatory oversight of licensed and certified health care facilities and of certain types of health care professionals. CHCQ also investigates consumer complaints against the facilities and professionals within its purview.
  • California Department of Fair Employment and Housing  (DFEH): DFEH will investigate a failure by an employer to comply with sexual harassment prevention training and education requirements, and incidents of discrimination in employment, business and other services. 
    • File a complaint electronically: https://www.dfeh.ca.gov/
    • File a complaint by mail: 2218 Kausen Drive, Suite 100, Elk Grove CA 95758
    • File a complaint by phone: (800) 884-1684 (voice), 800-700-2320 (TTY) or California's Relay Service at 711

Suicide Prevention

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
If you are having thoughts of suicide, please call (800) 273-TALK (8255) or chat online now. 

American Association of Suicidology
Resources and information about suicide prevention and suicide survivors.

American Foundation of Suicide Prevention
Resources and information about suicide prevention and suicide survivors.

Survivors After Suicide
Bereavement support services for survivors of suicide. 

Survivors of Suicide Attempt (SOSA) Support Group
8-week support group for those who have attempted suicide, either recently or in the past. Participants must be at least 18 years of age and residents of Los Angeles or Orange County.

UCLA Police Department (UCPD)

For emergencies and crimes in progress, dial 9-1-1.

If your matter is not an emergency but you would like an officer to respond to a particular location, dial UCPD dispatch at (310) 825-1491.

Anonymous Reporting Line: (310) 794-5824, to report crimes anonymously.

UCLA Police Department serves over 75,000 faculty, staff and students in Los Angeles. Services include police services, records unit, Community Service Officers (CSOs), and alarm services. 

UCPD is located at 601 Westwood Plaza.