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The Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is the primary mental health provider at UCLA. Students have the option to seek mental health care after completing the health screening process or to attend free support counseling groups at no cost.
Counselors are available to provide mental health support to students in need. Visit their counseling services or for more information.
Depression Grand Challenge
Students can participate in an internet-based cognitive-behavioral therapy (iCBT) program for depression and anxiety.
Resilience Peer Network
Part of the UCLA Depression Grand Challenge, students are able to receive online mental health support facilitated by trained peers (undergraduate and graduate students).
A free 24/7 online support program for international students completely financed by C.A.P.S.
WAZO Connect is a student organization that works to improve mental health on college campuses. WAZO offers students with a personal mentor for 6 weeks and 4 Wazo Wellness activities per quarter.
GRIT Peer Coaching
GRIT stands for guidance, resilience, integrity, and transformation, and is a peer-to-peer life coaching program that fosters holistic growth for participants. Students can enroll at any time during the school year. Visit their website for more information or to request a peer mentor coach.
The RISE Center at UCLA
The RISE (Resilience In Your Student Experience) Center is an affiliate program of UCLA's CAPS. RISE Center focuses on holistic wellness by providing programs, classes, and self-directed resources to foster and support students' resilience and well-being. Their services are completely free are led by a team of healing practitioners, mental health experts, prevention educators, wellness advisors, and student ambassadors.