Students in Crisis
You're Not Alone; We're here to help
Student Affairs is committed to nurturing, protecting and providing for its students. If you or someone you know is the victim of a physical or sexual assault or domestic violence, please remember: You are not alone. It is not your fault. Student Affairs departments such as The Well, Dean of Students, Student Health Services, Counseling Center and Student Conduct & Academic Integrity Programs (SCAIP) are here to offer assistance. Student Affairs also has case managers who'll work closely and confidentially with UCR students.We will help you report a crime, receive medical attention or find a support group. If you or someone you know is struggling with depression, thoughts of suicide, or alcohol or drug abuse, we have assembled a list of medical professionals and counselors, both on and off-campus, to lead you back to recovery.
Student Affairs Resources
- Student Affairs Case Management
- Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)
- Campus Advocacy, Resources & Education (CARE)
- Student Health Services
- Student Disability Resource Center
- Dean of Students
- LGBT Resource Center
- Women's Resource Center
- Student Conduct & Academic Integrity Programs (SCAIP)
How do I report a crime?
What if I'm being sexually harassed?
What if I have been sexually assaulted?
What if I'm depressed or have thoughts about suicide?
Where can I get help for alcohol or drug abuse?
What mental health services does my UCR insurance cover?
How am I doing emotionally?
How can I help a friend in crisis?
How should I report a non-academic problem with another student on campus?
How do I report a problem with a roommate or neighbor?
What qualifies as hazing and how can I report it?
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