Resources for Students

Dear Titans,

We want you to know that we at Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) are devastated and our hearts break while we watch the anti-Black, anti-Asian, and anti-LGBTQ violence occur across our country.  We also want you to know that we are here for you. CAPS is here to listen, to be supportive, and to help you process your grief, trauma, anger and any other type of reaction or emotion that you might be experiencing. Your reactions and emotions are normal and valid, and we want the opportunity to support you.

Students interested in CAPS services can call the front desk at 657-278-3040 during business hours to schedule an appointment with a CAPS counselor. Our crisis line is available 24/7 by phone for students in a crisis situation. Students also have access to YOU@Fullerton (you.fullerton.eduOpens in new window ) where they can access a wealth of mental health resources.

Sincerely,

CAPS Staff

 

Resources for black STUDENTS and communities

 

Black Lives Matter: Meditations

Black Lives Matter: Toolkits

Common Coping StrategiesPDF File

Disarming Racial Microaggressions: Microintervention Strategies for Targets, White Allies, and Bystanders

Discrimination: What It Is and How to Cope

Emotionally Restorative Self-Care for People of Color

Filling Our Cups: 4 Ways People of Color Can Foster Mental Health and Practice Restorative Healing

Grief is a Direct Impact of Racism: Eight Ways to Support Yourself

Healing Justice is How We Can Sustain Black Lives

Liberate Meditation App (by and for people of color)

NAMI: African American Mental Health

Proactively Coping with Racism

Racial Trauma is RealPDF File

Radical Self-Care in the Face of Mounting Racial Stress

Racism Recovery StepsPDF File

Supporting Kids of Color in the Wake of Racialized Violence

Talking about Race: Self-Care

Tips for Self-Care: When Police Brutality Has You Questioning Humanity and Social Media is Enough

Tips for Supporting Each OtherPDF File

We Heal Too

On campus RESOURCES

Eating Concerns Task Force
A collaborative, multidisciplinary effort by Counseling and Psychological Services, Health Services, and TitanWell. Our vision is to provide resources to students with disordered eating concerns.

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
Counselors are available to meet in person Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. and by phone 24/7
(657) 278-3040

African American Resource CenterOpens in new window
Days and hours are in transition
(657) 278-3230

Asian Pacific American Resource CenterOpens in new window
Monday - Wednesday: 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
(657) 278-3742

Chicana and Chicano Resource CenterOpens in new window
Monday - Thursday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
(657) 278-2537

Diversity Initiatives and Resource CentersOpens in new window
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
(657) 278-3234

LGBT Queer Resource CenterOpens in new window
Monday - Thursday: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
(657) 278-4218

Student Life and LeadershipOpens in new window
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(657) 278-7622

LOCAL RESOURCES

The following are some agencies in Orange County that provide sliding scale services:

Fullerton Area

Shiloh Community Counseling Center
101 S. Kramer Blvd., Suite 122, Placentia, CA 92870
(714) 223‐1601

Sliding scale available. Individual, family, and groups (dependent on needs). Counseling is provided by Marriage and Family Therapist Interns. It is open Monday thru Friday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. and Saturday by appointment only. There is a one‐time $35 for the first‐appointment.

City of Brea Family Resource Center
695 E. Madison Way, Brea, CA 92821
(714) 990‐7150
ci.brea.ca.usOpens in new window

Sliding scale available: Brea Residents: $15‐25, Non Brea: $25‐35, CSUF Students: $10. Individual, family, couples, children and group counseling services provided. Counseling is provided by Marriage and Family Therapist Interns. It is open Monday thru Thursday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

The Gary Center
341 South Hillcrest Street, La Habra, CA 90631
(562) 691‐3263

Provides free emergency crisis counseling. Family, individual, and group counseling services offered. In addition substance abuse programs (state certified and probation approved 38 week program) and parent education program (24 week court ordered or voluntary) are available. Services are offered on a sliding scale fee starting at $25.

Anaheim Harbor Family Resource Center
819 South Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim, CA 92805
(714) 399‐0590

Their mission is to “provide a comprehensive array of social, educational, and health services that will empower families and children with the necessary skills to increase self‐sufficiency and confidence resulting in optimal academic and social success.” Counseling services are available, including USC Telehealth (usctelehealth.com/) an online therapy service that may be free for qualified individuals.

F.A.C.E.S.
facescounseling.org

1651 East Fourth St., Suite 128, Santa Ana, CA 92807
(714) 547‐7345

1015 E. Chapman Ave., Ste. A, Fullerton, CA 92831
(714) 447-9024

721 W. Kimberly Ave., Placentia, CA 92870
(714) 993‐2237

30011 Ivy Glenn Dr., Suite 218, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677

Locations also in Santa Ana, Fullerton, Placentia, and Laguna Niguel. All FACES programs focus on the needs of the family and helping the child after divorce or separation. Programs include: The Family Preservation, Counseling services, The BACK & FORTH CHILD, groups for single parents and their children, COMMON GROUND, Monitored visits, safe visits, Supervised exchanges, Transitions and Parent/Child relationship Building. Educational Institute: Training and Public Education regarding domestic violence prevention and intervention.

Frances Smith Center for Individual and Family Therapy
501 W. Palm (Crean Building on Chapman campus) Chapman University, Orange, CA 92866
(714) 997‐6746
chapman.edu/crean/academic-programs/graduate-programs/ma-marriage-family/frances-smith-center.aspxOpens in new window

Counseling services include individuals, couples, families, and children and are provided by graduate students. Fees are established according to a sliding scale, based on the individual or family’s monthly gross income (employment, unemployment, disability, SSI/SSA, worker’s compensation, alimony/child support, etc.). Fees may range from $10.00 to $60.00 per session. These fees cover only a small portion of the cost of providing services. Payment is due at the time of the session, cash or check only. The Center has a 24‐hour cancellation policy or the full fee will be charged for the late cancellation. An assessment will be conducted over the phone to determine eligibility for services.

 

Hope Counseling Center
2400 E. Katella Avenue, Suite 900, Anaheim, CA 92806
(714) 879‐3901 ext. 1266
hiu.edu/hcc/Opens in new window

To make an appointment, please call and leave a message. Your calls will be returned within 24 hours. After the initial intake you will be assigned to a counselor to help you with your unique needs. HCC has a standard office fee for counseling services. A sliding scale fee is available based on family income for those who are unable to afford the full fee. Counseling services may be provided by Masters level students or a non‐licensed clinician under the supervision of a licensed clinician.

Mariposa Women and Family Center
812 West Town & Country Road, Orange, CA 92868
(714) 547‐6494
www.mariposacenter.orgOpens in new window

Mariposa Women and Family Center provides high quality, low cost mental health and substance abuse counseling, life skills, and supportive services to women and families. Services provided are: parenting skills, anger management, bereavement groups, outpatient substance use treatment (women & adolescents), women’s eating disorder process group, trauma group, friends and family addict support group. Fees start at $15 per session and are dependent on income.

 

Straight Talk
5712 Camp Street, Cypress, CA 90630
(714) 828‐2000
straighttalkcounseling.orgOpens in new window

Program provides mental health counseling for families, individuals, and groups. Among the groups offered are Adult Anger Management, Teen Anger Management, and Parenting Classes. There is a $25 intake fee. Services are on a sliding scale ranging from $20‐$95.


Irvine Area

Pepperdine University Counseling Center
1811 Von Karman Avenue, Suite 401, Irvine, CA 92612
(949) 223‐2570
gsep.pepperdine.edu/about/clinics/irvine/Opens in new window

Services are provided by Pepperdine’s master and doctoral level interns and include individual, couples, and family counseling. A brief over the phone assessment in conducted. Sliding scale fees are available. Additional locations are in West Los Angeles and Encino. (Note: Clinic closed last 3 weeks of August).

 

The Mental Health Center at Hoag
1501 Superior Avenue, Suite 311, Newport Beach CA 92658
(949) 764‐6542

hoag.org

The mental health and psychotherapy program provides services on a low sliding scale to the surrounding community. There is an additional one time intake fee. No one will be turned away due to lack of funding. Services include family, couple and individual counseling and are provided by a team of bilingual and bi‐cultural psychotherapist who hold Master’s degrees in Social Work, Licensed Clinical Social Workers or Master’s in Social Work Interns. Services are available in English, Spanish and Farsi.

 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Mental Health ScreeningOpens in new window
A quick and simple way to take an anonymous mental health screening.

Suicide Prevention LifelineOpens in new window
No matter what problems you are dealing with, we want to help you find a reason to keep living. By calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255) you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7.

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