UC Davis Counseling Center

(530) 752-0871

Program description:
Individual and group psychotherapy, psychiatric consultation, medication evaluation, educational programs and referral and coordination of treatment with Cowell Student Health Center. Eating Disorders Awareness Week in Winter or Spring quarter.

Limited to UCD students, alumni or their families.

UC Davis - The House

(530) 752-2790, 24-Hour Peer Counseling Hot-line

Program description:
Program description: Peer counseling, referral assistance, and educational programs. The House works in conjunction with the UCD Counseling Center and includes a 24 hour hotline and drop-in hours from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. seven days a week. The center is open Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters only.

Limited to UC Davis students.

UC Davis Cowell Student Health Center

(530) 752-9651 Health Advocates
(530) 752-2300 Cowell Health Center

Program description:
Interdisciplinary team of physicians, nurse practitioners, dietitians and peer counselors providing medical, nutritional and education services.

Limited to UCD students and their immediate families.

UC Davis - Exercise Science and Athletic Programs

(530) 752-6334 PCA
(Peer Counselor in Athletics)
(530) 752-7515 Athletic Trainer

Program description:
Referral resources and follow up support.

Limited to UC Davis intercollegiate athletes.

UC Davis - Women's Resources and Research Center (WRRC)

(530) 752-3372

Program description:
A women's resource center, including educational programs, academic support, a resource library, and referral services.

Limited to UC Davis students, staff and faculty, others as space and time allows.

UC Davis - Academic and Staff Assistance Program (ASAP)

(530) 752-2727

Program description:
Full range of counseling services including eating disorders.

Limited to UC Davis faculty, staff and their immediate family members.

UC Davis Medical Center
Department of Psychiatry

(530) 734-3574
(530) 547-1570

Program description: Out patient therapy and medication management, including two bulimia support groups (one is long term group and one sixteen-week group).

Individuals need to be referred by a UC Davis primary care physician.