Mental Health Resources

Mental Health Resources

Crisis and Suicide Prevention Resources

In addition to the School of Veterinary Medicine Counselors and the central campus Student Health and Counseling Services, UC Davis offers After Hours Crisis Counseling and Advice Nurses as well as a 24 hr Crisis Line and Suicide Prevention Line. Information on suicide prevention, which includes an overview, danger signs and what can be done, is also provided. A National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is another available resource.

 

Each Aggie MattersRed Folder

Each Aggie Matters unites the tens of thousands of students, faculty, and staff at UC Davis in an open and affirming dialogue about mental health. (It also offers free, 24/7, confidential text and phone in crisis assistance). We refuse to stay silent about such an important issue—an issue that impacts us all. Together, we are creating awareness and offering support. Each Aggie Matters is a partner with Each Mind Matters and is supported by the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) and Proposition 63, the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA).
 


Wellbeing Resources

AVMA Wellbeing and Peer Assistance and AVMA Mental Wellbeing Resources for Veterinarians

AAVMC Wellbeing (Strategic Plan Commitment, Community-Based Approach and Best Practice Resources)
 

The Top Mental Health Challenges Facing Students

BestColleges.com has developed The Top Mental Health Challenges Facing Students.
The guide was developed to provide an overview of common mental illnesses faced by
students and to help students:

  • Identify symptoms of common mental illness
  • Better understand treatment options
  • Self-advocate