ACHA-NCHA Resources Page

National College Health Assessment Resources 

Do you want to find out more information about health and well-being resources available to you on campus and in the Davis community? The following are some of the many departments and resources available to you on campus, and may link you to resources in the community.

Each Aggie Matters

eachaggiematters.ucdavis.edu

Each Aggie Matters is UC Davis' Mental Health Movement uniting the campus community in an open and affirming dialogue about mental health. Please visit the Each Aggie Matters website for more information on where to go for mental health resources in and around campus!

Crisis Text Line

eachaggiematters.ucdavis.edu/crisistextline

Crisis Text Line is a 24/7, free, anonymous and immediate texting resource available to any student who needs support from a trained crisis counselor. To start a conversation, text the keyword "RELATE" to 741741.

Safe Party

safeparty.ucdavis.edu

Safe Party is a great resource for party throwers and goers to find safe rides home, blood alcohol concentration charts, and how to help a friend in an emergency.

Aggie Compass Basic Needs Center

aggiecompass.ucdavis.edu

The Aggie Compass is a comfortable space for students to build community and learn about basic needs resources, pick up fresh fruit and vegetables, and receive CalFresh enrollment assistance. Aggie Compass' mission is to provide students with access to basic needs resources that help alleviate the chronic stress resulting from constant efforts to find and afford nutritious food, stable housing, and financial assistance. Aggie Compass frees students to find a true home at UC Davis, achieve academically, get involved with the campus community, and graduate.

Harassment & Discrimination Assistance and Prevention Program

hdapp.ucdavis.edu

The Harassment & Discrimination Assistance and Prevention Program (HDAPP) at UC Davis supports the University's commitment to a harassment and discrimination-free work and learning environment for all members of the UC Davis and UC Davis Health campuses by:

  • Preventing harassment and discrimination from occurring at UC Davis and UC Davis Health by educating the campus communities about the issues
  • Assisting individuals and campus units to resolve conflicts and complaints related to harassment, discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual violence, and hate and bias
  • Serving as the central office for receiving reports and maintaining records of these types of complaints

To discuss a discrimination or harassment concern, to schedule an educational presentation, or to request materials, please call (530) 747-3864 (UC Davis Campus) or (916) 734-3417 (UC Davis Health). HDAPP offers an Anonymous Call Line for individuals who wish to raise a concern without disclosing their identity. To make an anonymous call, please call (530) 747-3865 (UC Davis Campus) or (916) 734-2255 (UC Davis Health).

SHCS Counseling Services

shcs.ucdavis.edu/counseling-services
Phone: (530) 752-0871

Counseling Services provides student-centered mental health services, advocacy, outreach, and consultation to promote psychological well-being and academic success.

Center for Advocacy Resources and Education

care.ucdavis.edu
Phone: (530) 752-3299

The UC Davis Center for Advocacy , Resources & Education (CARE) is the on-campus confidential resource for all students, staff, and faculty who have experienced any form of sexual assault, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence, or stalking. Services are free and available to survivors of all genders. In addition to confidential services for survivors, CARE also facilitates prevention education and awareness for the UC Davis campus and surrounding community. More information about services, how to make an appointment, and how to help a friend can be found on CARE's website.

Related to the questions you just answered in the ACHA-NCHA Survey, CARE can assist with:

  • Providing information about sexual assault and relationship violence prevention
  • Confidential services (support, information about rights and options, advocacy and safety planning) for survivors of sexual harassment, any form of attempted or completed sexual assault (sexual touching or penetration without consent), any form of intimate partner abuse, or stalking
  • Assisting with academic accommodations for survivors of sexual assault, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence, or stalking (i.e. temporary accommodations designed to lessen the impact of the assault on the survivor's academic performance)

SHCS Medical Services

shcs.ucdavis.edu/medical-services
Phone: (530) 752-2300

UC Davis Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS) provides a wide variety of medical, mental health, and wellness services to all registered UC Davis students regardless of insurance coverage. Most services are provided through scheduled appointments, however acute care (services without appointments) for acute medical and mental health needs are also available. Services are provided at two primary locations: The Student Health and Wellness Center and North Hall.

Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs (ATOD) Intervention Services

shcs.ucdavis.edu/services/atod
Phone: (530) 752-6334

ATOD Intervention Services works to empower students to make healthy and responsible choices concerning use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. No-use and low-risk behaviors are supported, while the realities of the negative consequence of high-risk use are addressed. Strategies to reduce ATOD-related barriers to academic and social success are primary intervention goals.

Nutrition Services

shcs.ucdavis.edu/services/nutrition-services
For appointments call: (530) 752-2349

A registered dietician is available to assist students with nutrition therapy for a variety of nutrition related health issues, including diabetes, heart disease, eating disorders, and gastrointestinal disturbances among other medical diagnoses.

Health Education and Promotion

shcs.ucdavis.edu/services/health-education-and-promotion
Phone: (530) 752-9652

Health Education and Promotion (HEP) is a primary resource to help you achieve wellness through student-centered education and creating health-promoting environments. Professional staff and student staff and volunteers focus on issues related to nutrition, physical activity, sexual well-being, mental well-being, stress management, alcohol, tobacco and other drugs issues.

Case Managers at the Office of Student Support and Judicial Affairs

ossja.ucdavis.edu/case-management-student-support
Phone: (530) 752-1128

Every year, students struggle with challenges and crisis-related issues that interfere with their academic and student life success. UC Davis non-clinical Case Managers, based in the Office of Student Support and Judicial Affairs (OSSJA), are here to provide support and assistance to students in need, and to staff and faculty members who become aware of such students. OSSJA Case Managers receive information, identify resources, reach out to students, and follow up so that students receive assistance with their needs.

Cross Cultural Center (CCC)

ccc.ucdavis.edu
Phone: (530) 752-4287

The UC Davis Cross Cultural Center provides a culturally relevant community space where student voices can be expressed and respected. The CCC cultivates critical consciousness and cultural competency by providing learning opportunities at the crossroads of the many aspects of our identities and experiences. By embracing our cultural and intellectual heritage, the CCC supports student leadership in advancing our collective vision for community empowerment and social justice.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex and Asexual Resource Center

lgbtqia.ucdavis.edu
Phone: (530) 752-2452

The LGBTQIA+ Resource Center promotes education as well as space for self-exploration about all sexes, genders, and sexualities and their intersections with other identities. The LGBTQIA+ Resource Center is a dynamic, responsive, and collaborative organization that serves UC Davis and the surrounding region by providing a growing spectrum of programs, resources, outreach, and advocacy.

Women's Resources and Research Center (WRRC)

wrrc.ucdavis.edu
Phone: (530) 752-3372

The WRRC's mission is to promote gender equity and social justice. They provide a place for students and the Davis community to learn about resources and to attend educational programs that focus on gender equity and social justice.