MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS
Need to talk to a counselor? Contact CAPS (Student Health and Counseling Services) – (530) 752-2349
- CAN Counselors (Community Advisory Network)
- Meet our counselors
- NOTICE: Counseling Services are by appointment only. For immediate mental health crisis assistance:
- Call to schedule an appointment in Acute Care at the Student Health and Wellness Center – (530) 752-2349
- After-hours assistance by phone (follow the prompts) – (530) 752-2349
- Yolo County Suicide Prevention (available 24 hours every day) – (530) 756-5000
SEXUAL ASSAULT AND HARASSMENT
Looking for a confidential resource to deal with sexual assault, sexual harassment, domestic/dating violence, and stalking? Contact:
- CARE (Center for Advocacy Resources and Education) – (530) 752-3299
- WRRC (Women’s Resources and Research Center) – (530) 752-3372
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and Asexual Resources Center – (530) 752-2452
- For a printable list of confidential resources click here
For NON-confidential resources (meaning that reporting will lead to a formal investigation) please contact:
- Looking for a confidential, independent, impartial, and informal problem-solving and conflict management resource? Contact UCD Office of the Ombuds – (530) 219-6750
- Prefer to talk to a faculty member? Contact the Associate Dean for Graduate Students, J.P. Delplanque (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Looking to get advice from the UC Student-Workers Union? Contact a Davis union officer (email@example.com) – (510) 549-3863
- Want to put the university on notice? File a Whistleblower Report.
The GSA offers free legal consultations for graduate students. Contact Attorney Ava Landers with subject line “Legal Services for Graduate Students” to schedule your consultation.
Also see: the UC Davis School of Law currently operates five clinics: the Immigration Law Clinic, the Civil Rights Clinic, the Prison Law Clinic, the Family Protection and Legal Assistance Clinic, and the Aoki Social Justice Clinic.