Campus Assist List

Phone:
(877) 222-9723

The Safely Surrendered Baby Law encourages parents or persons with lawful custody to safely surrender an infant within 3 days of birth with no questions asked, in order to save lives of newborn infants at risk of abandonment in unsafe locations. Safe surrender sites are hospitals or other approved locations such as fire stations.

Emergency / Safety, Hotlines, Baby Surrender
Updated: Oct 2018

Los Angeles County Domestic Violence Safety Plan Hotline

Address:
Los Angeles
Phone:
(800) 978-3600

24-hour hotline.

Domestic Violence, Hotlines, Emergency / Safety
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(800) 222-1222

Phone hotline and webPOISONCONTROL online tool. Call 9-1-1 right away if the individual collapses, has a seizure, has trouble breathing or can’t be awakened.

Emergency / Safety, Hotlines, Poison Control
Updated: Oct 2018
The National Domestic Violence Hotline
Phone:
(800) 799-7233 / TTY: (800) 787-3224

Online chat option available. Advocates available 24/7 to talk confidentially with anyone seeking resources or information.

Domestic Violence, Hotlines, Emergency / Safety
Updated: Jan 2019
Phone:
(800) 621-4000

Chat, email and forum options available. Support for youth, teens and families. Team members trained to handle a crisis, provide support and listen to your story without judgment in a personal and private space.

Emergency / Safety, Hotlines
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(800) 273-8255

Lifeline Chat available. National network of local crisis centers. 24/7, free and confidential support for people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.

Emergency / Safety, Hotlines, Mental Health
Updated: Oct 2018

Sexual Assault Crisis Emergency Hotline

Phone:
(949) 831-9110 / (714) 957-2737
Emergency / Safety, Hotlines, Sexual Assault
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
1100 West Stewart Drive, Orange
Phone:
(714) 633-9111

12.6 miles from UCI campus

Emergency / Safety, Emergency Departments, Health / Medical, Hospitals
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(877) 565-8860

Peer support hotline run by and for trans people, available 7:00AM-1:00AM PT. Direct service, material support, advocacy, and education, with the goal of fighting the epidemic of trans suicide and improving overall life-outcomes of trans people through justice-oriented, collective community aid.

Hotlines, Mental Health, LGBTQ+
Updated: Nov 2018
Phone:
(866) 488-7386

Safe and judgment-free place for LGBTQ youth in crisis or feeling suicidal to talk. Chat, text and social network site options also available.

Emergency / Safety, Hotlines, Mental Health, LGBTQ+
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(800) 273-8255 (Press 1) / Text: 838255 / TTY: (800) 799-4889

Online chat and text available. Connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders.

Emergency / Safety, Hotlines, Mental Health
Updated: Oct 2018
UCI CARE Campus Assault Resources & Education
Address:
G320A Student Center
Phone:
(949) 824-7273
Email:

Free and confidential support services to members of the UCI community impacted by sexual assault, relationship abuse, family violence and/or stalking. Includes consultation, advocacy and referrals to community agencies, individual and group counseling, trainings and workshops and campus-wide prevention programming. Resources and information on developing and maintaining healthy relationships, sexual assault, personal safety and gender issues.

Mental Health / Therapy, Support Groups, Domestic Violence, Individual, Emergency / Safety, Sexual Assault, Complainant Support Services, Therapy/Counseling
Updated: Nov 2019
Fresh Basic Needs Hub logo
Address:
FRESH Basic Needs Hub

CalFresh is part of the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)/food stamps program helping eligible low-income people to purchase the food they need.

Students can meet with a representative from the OC Second Harvest Food Bank on campus at the FRESH Basic Needs Hub to help with the application process. Students may qualify if they are a U.S. citizen or Legal Permanent Resident, enrolled at least half time as a student and they meet one of the following conditions: employed at least 20 hours a week, already receive work-study or CalWorks, receive CalGrant A/B, care for a young child, or do not intend to register for the next school term.

For more information on Second Harvest application assistance, visit https://www.feedoc.org/get-help/calfresh-assistance/.

For more information on the CalFresh program, visit http://www.calfresh.ca.gov/ or call the California Food Stamp Information Line at (877) 847-FOOD (3663).

Basic Needs / Financial, Food
Updated: Jan 2019
Phone:
(949) 824-0101
Email:

Consultation, on- and off-campus resource assistance, and case management for students dealing with academic, financial, medical, mental or other personal issues or crises. Also serves as the designated office responsible for coordination in response to a student death.

Academic, Advising/Counseling, Basic Needs / Financial, Food, Housing, Income Assistance, Social Services, Health / Medical, Insurance, Mental Health / Therapy, Consultation, Individual
Updated: Dec 2018
Counseling Center logo
Address:
203 Student Services I
Phone:
(949) 824-6457

Free mental health support services available to all enrolled students. Services include individual counseling, couples counseling, group counseling, urgent care, crisis response, consultation and outreach programming.

Emergency / Safety, Mental Health, LGBTQ+, Mental Health / Therapy, Consultation, Educational Materials, Family & Children, Individual, Support Groups
Updated: Jan 2019
Disability Services Center ZotAbility
Address:
100 Disability Services, Building #313
Phone:
(949) 824-7494 / TDD: (949) 824-6272

Provides services, accommodations and adaptive technology for students with documented permanent and temporary disabilities to enhance their success at UCI. Services offered include pre-admission planning, priority registration for classes, specialized individual or group orientation to campus, adaptive technology, testing accommodations, note-taking services, sign language interpreters, preferential seating in class, readers and scribes.

Academic, Support, Disability
Updated: Jun 2019

Up to $1,000 grant available to currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate a financial crisis affecting access to housing, food, medical or mental health care. Prior to applying, any and all case-specific, University interventions should be utilized first (e.g., fee deadline extensions, payment plans, rent deferment, emergency loans, emergency meals).

Addiction, Therapy/Counseling, Basic Needs / Financial, Food, Housing, Income Assistance, Rental/Utility Assistance, Domestic Violence, Health / Medical, Medication/Prescriptions, LGBTQ+, Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual, Inpatient Treatment, Outpatient Program
Updated: Oct 2018
Fresh Basic Needs Hub logo
Address:
FRESH Basic Needs Hub
4079 Mesa Road (in Parking Lot 5)
Phone:
(949) 824-0607
Email:

Student-initiated effort promotiong equitable access to basic needs. Food panty providing free basic emergency food supplies, consulstative services, workshops and resource information.

Basic Needs / Financial, Food, Income Assistance, Health / Medical, Health Education
Updated: Nov 2018
Address:
120 Aldrich Hall
Phone:
(949) 824-0246
Email:

Provides support and referral services to graduate students and post-doctoral scholars in personal distress or in need of academic counseling. Serves as a point of reference for faculty and staff in need of assistance in dealing with difficult student cases.

Academic, Advising/Counseling, Support
Updated: Dec 2018
Address:
G301 Student Center
Phone:
(949) 824-3277

Support, education and advocacy from an intersectional perspective regarding sexual orientation/attraction and gender identity. Dedicated to providing a safe and welcoming environment for UCI’s diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex and ally communities. See the “Resources” drop-down menu on the website for resources including support groups, and local, national, health, and spiritual organization information.

LGBTQ+
Updated: Dec 2018
Address:
410 East Peltason Drive
Phone:
(949) 824-5223
Email:

UCI police department serving the Irvine campus and UCI Medical Center. Dispatch, patrol, investigations services for the campus. Safety escort by Community Service Officers (CSOs) available. Resources for emergency management preparation and safety reports.

Emergency / Safety, Sexual Assault, Police, Mental Health, Complainant Support Services
Updated: Nov 2019
Address:
501 Student Health
Phone:
(949) 824-5301 / Dental: (949) 824-5307 / Insurance: (949) 824-2388

Comprehensive outpatient clinic staffed with licensed primary care physicians, dentists, a physician assistant, registered nurse practitioners and registered nurses. Medical specialists from various disciplines including dermatology, orthopedics/sports medicine, gynecology, internal medicine, ENT, and psychiatry provide on-site consultation on a regular basis. Also offers basic radiology and clinical laboratory services, insurance consultation, on-site pharmacy, psychiatric services, eye clinic and dental clinic. Available to all registered UCI students. Students insured by UC SHIP (Student Health Insurance Plan) must be seen here first for referrals. For insurance plan and contact information, visit https://shc.uci.edu/insurance/.

Health / Medical, Dental, Insurance, Medication/Prescriptions, Pregnancy, Mental Health / Therapy, Individual
Updated: Dec 2018
Address:
501 Student Health
Phone:
(949) 824-5304

On-campus psychiatric services. Covered by and billed to the Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP). Mental or emotional illness or learning disorders that may benefit from psychiatric diagnosis and treatment include depression, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, social phobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, schizophrenia, posttraumatic stress disorder, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and personality disorders.

Health / Medical, Medication/Prescriptions, Mental Health / Therapy, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018

Summary of mental health counseling services available to students, faculty and staff.

Addiction, Therapy/Counseling, Domestic Violence, Emergency / Safety, Mental Health, LGBTQ+, Mental Health / Therapy, Consultation, Educational Materials, Family & Children, Individual, Outpatient Program, Support Groups
Updated: Dec 2018
TAO logo

Free online behavioral health self-help modules.

Mental Health / Therapy, Addiction, Educational Materials, Individual
Updated: Nov 2019

Each academic unit has specialized counselors available to address student questions concerning classes, changing or declaring a major, graduation requirements and other similar concerns.

Academic, Advising/Counseling
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
G308 Student Center
Phone:
(949) 824-5181
Email:

Responsible for ensuring that students comply with and understand University policies related to academic integrity and student conduct. In charge of reviewing investigation reports, determining policy violations and disciplinary sanctions and handling appeals. Information on policy, submitting violation reporting forms, and processes for violations.

Updated: Oct 2018
Anteater Express logo

Shuttles run on-campus throughout the day and evening. Free to students and staff with UCI ID card. See website and phone apps for routes and ride times.

Basic Needs / Financial, Transportation
Updated: Jan 2019
Phone:
(949) 824-4976

Call, chat, email or drop by to ask a librarian for help finding information and beginning your research. Virtually any question, always expert answers.

Academic, Support, Tutoring
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
101 Aldrich Hall
Phone:
(949) 824-2455
Email:

For all services related to student billing, including ZOT Accounts, late fees, financial holds, past-due balance, payment arrangements (PACE Payment Plan), refunds, written-off balance, and collections.

Income Assistance
Updated: Oct 2018
UCI Division of Career pathways logo
Phone:
(949) 824‑6881
Email:

Division of Career Pathways’s FAQ page for campus jobs and link to Handshake, UCI’s job search site.

Career/Job Development
Updated: Jun 2019
Address:
Anteater Recreation Center
680 California Avenue
Phone:
(949) 824-5346

The Anteater Recreation Center offers many opportunities to learn and participate in recreational activities. Aside from its impressive gym facilities and many group fitness classes already available to all currently enrolled students, the ARC also offers additional, convenient services for additional fees, such as personal training; fitness testing; classes like cooking, swim, yoga, CPR, dance, martial arts, sailing, SCUBA, and surfing; and private lessons in tennis, golf or swim. Campus Recreation also oversees the campus’ club sports and intramurals teams.

Health / Medical, Fitness, Health Education
Updated: Oct 2018
Campuswide Honors Program logo
Address:
1200 Student Services II
Phone:
(949) 824-5461

Honors program with goal to increase the rigor and opportunity for a challenging experience at UCI through special opportunities, including research, activities with faculty, studying abroad, mentoring and other diverse experiences. Includes personalized one-on-one honors academic advising. Must apply for the program.

Academic, Support, Tutoring
Updated: Jan 2019
UCI Division of Career pathways logo
Address:
100 Student Services I
Phone:
(949) 824-6881

Career decision-making and career planning. Individual career counseling, workshops, career programs, fairs, employment opportunities and graduate and professional school information.

Career/Job Development
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
501 Adobe Circle Road
Phone:
(949) 824-2100

Child care services for children of students, staff and faculty. Subsidized care may be available to qualifying UCI students.

Full-day programs available to children of students, staff and faculty:

  • Infant Toddler Center (age 3-36 months)
  • Children’s Center (age 2.5 to kindergarten)
  • Extended Day Center (age 5-12 years)

Programs open to community (priority given to students, staff and faculty)

  • Early Childhood Education Center (full-day program, age 2 to kindergarten)
  • Verano Preschool (half-day program, age 2.5 to kindergarten)
Basic Needs / Financial, Child Care
Updated: Oct 2018
Child Development School top website banner
Address:
19722 Macarthur Boulevard, Irvine
Phone:
(949) 824-1800

Clinic, outpatient services, specialized school and support groups for parents of children with ADHD, behavioral issues or other learning difficulties.

Child Care, Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children
Updated: Jan 2019
UCI Division of Continuing Education
Address:
510 East Peltason Drive
Phone:
(949) 824-5414

Certificates and specialized studies programs on campus and online for working professionals seeking career advancement and personal enrichment.

Career/Job Development
Updated: Jun 2019
Address:
Cross-Cultural Center
Phone:
(949) 824-7215

Multicultural center offering a friendly atmosphere, supportive environment and opportunities for students to be involved in campus activities and programs to celebrate the cultural diversity of the university's student body. Meeting space and “home” for 40+ affiliated student organizations. At its core, the Cross-Cultural Center endeavors to promote the education and celebration of a "multicultural sensibility" as we evolve within a global world.

CCC student umbrella organizations include the Black Student Union (BSU), Alyansa ng mga Kababayan, American Indian Student Association (AISA), Asian Pacific Student Association (APSA) and Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ de Aztlan (MEChA).

Academic, Support
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
103 Multipurpose Science & Technology Building
Phone:
(949) 824-5594
Email:

Responsible for University compliance with federal and state laws and UC policies and procedures regarding discrimination, retaliation, sexual harassment and sex offenses. OEOD works to promote and integrate the principles of equal opportunity, affirmative action, nondiscrimination and inclusive excellence at UCI.

Emergency / Safety, Sexual Assault, Complainant Support Services, Domestic Violence, Disability
Updated: Feb 2020
Address:
Anteater Learning Pavilion / Langson Library / Middle Earth / Mesa Court
Phone:
(949) 824-8949
Email:

Undergraduate students can bring their writing or research assignment, paper draft, or completed paper needing revision to one the four campus locations during designated hours Weeks 2-10. Walk-in tutoring consultations and writing feedback by trained peer tutors, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Academic, Tutoring
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
102 Aldrich Hall
Phone:
(949) 824-8262

Financial aid office serving prospective, undergraduate, graduate, teacher education, School of Business, School of Law and School of Medicine students. Counselors can provide assistance during the application process.

Basic Needs / Financial, Income Assistance
Updated: Nov 2018
Address:
3100 Gateway Study Center
Phone:
(949) 824-3849
Email:

Academic and professional support for graduate students and post-doctoral scholars. Offers workshops, certificate program and academic courses designed to support professional development, writing support, communication, preparation of grant and fellowship funding applications, wellness, work-life balance and mentoring.

Career/Job Development, Academic, Support, Advising/Counseling
Updated: Mar 2020
Address:
120 Aldrich Hall
Phone:
(949) 824-4611
Email:

Academic, fellowship, research, social and logistic resources for graduate students and post-doctoral scholars.

Academic, Support
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
G302 Student Center
Phone:
(949) 824-7249

Counsels and assists international students, faculty, researchers, staff and scholars with immigration, orientation, employment and adjustment needs during their stay at UCI. Offers information on maintaining status as an F-1 nonimmigrant student and J-1 exchange visitor student.

Academic, Support
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(949) 824-6451

Individual and group tutoring on any subject area, scheduled and drop-in writing assistance and workshops and classes on various topics in order to improve student academic performance. Some services are free while others have a fee.

Academic, Tutoring
Updated: Oct 2018
Person holding a University Pass
Address:
200 Public Services Building
Phone:
(949) 824-7275

UCI students and campus employees are eligible for a discounted OC Bus annual pass. One-time fee of $169 for unlimited use through June 30. (80% discount over monthly passes.)

Basic Needs / Financial, Transportation
Updated: Jan 2019
Address:
205 Multipurpose Science & Technology Building
Phone:
(949) 824-7256

Safe and comfortable environment to confidentially discuss complaints, concerns or problems and explore options to make informed decisions. Alternate channel for neutral and informal dispute resolution services. Available to all UCI students, faculty and staff. Does not have any authority to make decisions or enact policy. Voluntary resource independent of the University.

Complainant Support Services, Academic, Support
Updated: Nov 2019
Address:
256 Aldrich Hall
Phone:
(949) 824-2367

Student-to-student academic-unit specific counseling.

Academic, Advising/Counseling
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(949) 824-0177
Email:

Campus services for students accused of sexual violence, sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating/domestic violence or stalking, housed within the Office of the Campus Social Worker.

Academic, Support
Updated: Jan 2020
Student Housing logo
Address:
G458 Student Center
Phone:
(949) 824-6811
Email:

Freshmen residence halls, academic and Greek theme houses, undergraduate apartments and graduate apartments.

Basic Needs / Financial, Housing
Updated: Jan 2019
Address:
106 Gateway Study Center
Phone:
(949) 824-5762
Email:

Supportive environment that serves as a bridge to information, resources and services to promote academic success, and provides leadership and engagement opportunities through student-initiated outreach and retention projects. Support includes academic consultation, peer support, meeting and study space, and mental wellness and academic workshops and programming.

Academic, Support
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
2100 Student Services II
Phone:
(949) 824-6234
Email:

Academic support program and learning community assisting with the university transition for low-income students, first-generation students, undocumented students, former foster youth, transfer students, adult-learners, students with dependents and students with disabilities. Empowers students to be productive and engaged in their academic careers and personal endeavors, and to thrive and succeed at UCI and beyond.

Academic, Advising/Counseling, Support
Updated: Oct 2018
Student Wellness & Health Promotion logo
Address:
G319 Student Center
Phone:
(949) 824-9355

Educational services helping students to make informed, empowered decisions to promote their individual health and wellness. Services include consultations on the topics of alcohol, tobacco, other drugs, sexual health, nutrition, mental health awareness and wellness. Free, anonymous and confidential HIV testing. Free condoms.

Addiction, Educational Materials, Health / Medical, Health Education
Updated: Oct 2019
Address:
2200 Student Services II
Phone:
(949) 824-1142
Email:

The Transfer Student Center (TSC) works with new and returning transfer students to facilitate their transition and overall success at UCI by directing them to appropriate campus programs and services, organizing weekly workshops, providing formal and informal mentoring, and offering a space for study.

Academic, Advising/Counseling, Support
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
200 Public Services Building
Phone:
(949) 824-7275

UC Irvine’s parking office. Includes sustainable transportation information on carpooling, vanpooling, UCI Medical Center shuttle, commute by train, OC Bus University Pass and Zipcar.

Basic Needs / Financial, Transportation
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
G306 Student Center
Phone:
(949) 824-3500

Provides resources and programs to assist veterans in navigating their transition to civilian and student life, including assistance in obtaining educational benefits, and submitting entitlement requests.

Academic, Support
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
1025 South Anaheim Boulevard, Anaheim
Phone:
(714) 533-6220

17.3 miles from UCI campus

Emergency / Safety, Emergency Departments, Health / Medical, Hospitals
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
17100 Euclid Street, Fountain Valley
Phone:
(714) 966-7200

9 miles from UCI campus

Emergency / Safety, Emergency Departments, Health / Medical, Hospitals
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
16200 Sand Canyon Avenue, Irvine
Phone:
(949) 764-4624

5.2 miles from UCI campus

Emergency / Safety, Emergency Departments, Health / Medical, Hospitals
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
1 Hoag Drive, Newport Beach
Phone:
(949) 764-4624

8.6 miles from UCI campus

Emergency / Safety, Emergency Departments, Health / Medical, Hospitals
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
6640 Alton Parkway, Irvine
Phone:
(949) 932-5000

5.1 miles from UCI campus

Emergency / Safety, Emergency Departments, Health / Medical, Hospitals
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
1001 North Tustin Avenue, Santa Ana
Phone:
(714) 953-3500

9.7 miles from UCI campus

Emergency Department: Level 2 Trauma Center

Emergency / Safety, Emergency Departments, Health / Medical, Hospitals
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
101 The City Drive South, Orange
Phone:
(714) 456-7890

13.8 miles from UCI campus

Emergency Department: Level 1 Trauma Center

Emergency / Safety, Emergency Departments, Health / Medical, Hospitals
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
2075 San Joaquin Hills Rd, Newport Beach
Phone:
(949) 760-9222

Monday-Friday 8:00AM-8:00PM
Saturday-Sunday 9:00AM-5:00PM

Health / Medical, Urgent Care Centers
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
1000 Bristol Street N, Suite 1B, Newport Beach
Phone:
(949) 752-6300

Monday-Friday 8:00AM-9:00PM
Saturday-Sunday 8:00AM-8:00PM

Health / Medical, Urgent Care Centers
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
131 East 17th St, Costa Mesa / 17612 East 17th St, Tustin
Phone:
(949) 548-8400 / (714) 243-5450

7 days/week 8:00AM-8:00PM

Health / Medical, Urgent Care Centers
Updated: Oct 2018
Human Options Breaking the cycle of domestic violence.
Phone:
Hotline: (877) 854-3594

For any individual or family in a domestic violence situation seeking shelter.

Domestic Violence, Hotlines, Shelters, Emergency / Safety, DV Shelters
Updated: Jan 2019
...on the strength of beautiful new wings we will soar! Interval House Crisis Shelters & Centers for Victims of Domestic Violence
Phone:
Hotline: (714) 891-8121

Emergency shelters, transitional and permanent housing. Specialized programs and services available in over 70 languages.

Domestic Violence, Hotlines, Shelters, Emergency / Safety, DV Shelters
Updated: Jan 2019
Phone:
Hotline: (866) 498-1511

52-bed shelter for abused women and their children, including teenage males.

Domestic Violence, Hotlines, Shelters, Emergency / Safety, DV Shelters
Updated: Oct 2018

Orange County emergency shelters providing housing with minimal supportive services for homeless persons. Limited to a short-term stay.

Basic Needs / Financial, Homeless Shelters
Updated: Jan 2020

Transitional housing providing housing between 6-24 months, with the goal of assisting individuals to gain personal growth, self-sufficiency and financial stability.

Basic Needs / Financial, Housing
Updated: Nov 2019
WTLC
Phone:
Hotline: (877) 531-5522

Available both to individuals and families. Welcomes survivors of any gender, their children, and their pets. Includes emergency motel stays, short-term shelter and long-term housing placements.

Domestic Violence, Hotlines, Shelters, Emergency / Safety, DV Shelters
Updated: Jan 2019
Address:
Los Angeles
Phone:
2-1-1

Central source for information and referrals for health and human services in LA County. Open 24/7, with trained Community Resource Advisors prepared to offer help with any situation, any time.

Social Services
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Orange County
Phone:
2-1-1

Comprehensive referral helpline and online resources linking residents to thousands of local health and human service programs in Orange County. Free and staffed 24/7 by caring, experienced and trained specialists.

Social Services
Updated: Oct 2018

Responsible for oversight and administration of programs serving California's most vulnerable residents, including adult programs, children and family services, disability determination service and welfare to work.

Social Services
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Nearest office location: Santa Ana Disability Insurance Office, Santa Ana
605 West Santa Ana Boulevard
Phone:
(800) 480-3287

Disability insurance benefits provide partial wage replacement to eligible workers unable to work because of a medical or physical illness or injury (non-work related), which prevents them from performing their regular or customary work (including pregnancy). SDI benefits generally last a year. Eligibility includes being unable to do your regular work for at least eight days and having earned at least $300 from which SDI deductions were withheld. Online application available.

Basic Needs / Financial, Career/Job Development, Income Assistance, Disability, Health / Medical, Pregnancy
Updated: Oct 2018
Catholic Charities of Orange County
Address:
1710 West Edinger Avenue, Santa Ana
Food Pantry: 3631 West Warner Ave, Santa Ana
Phone:
(714) 668-1130

Food pantry (first come/first serve basis), clothing, document preparation, translations. When funds available: utility, rent and transportation assistance. Services provided in Spanish and Vietnamese.

Basic Needs / Financial, Clothing, Food, Rental/Utility Assistance, Social Services, Transportation
Updated: Jan 2019

A collaborative effort between the University of California and Immigrants Rising, a non-profit dedicated to educational equity for undocumented students. The toolkit focuses on income generation options applicable and considerate of undocumented students, regardless of DACA status.

Basic Needs / Financial, Career/Job Development
Updated: May 2020
Phone:
(800) 281-9799

California's Medicaid health care program. Program and application information about state health care programs for children and adults with limited income and resources. (California state program administered by Orange County.)

Health / Medical, Insurance, Pregnancy
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(714) 834-6248

Program for low-income individuals who do not have Medi-Cal. Safety-net program for county residents between 19-64 years of age with income from 138% up to 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) who do not have any other health coverage to pay for their urgent medical needs. Provides necessary urgent, emergency medical services and follow-up care to protect the patient from the loss of life or limb, prevent significant disability or serious deterioration of health. (Orange County program.)

Health / Medical, Insurance
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(714) 547-7559
Email:
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Sign-up locations throughout Orange County

California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids. Temporary financial assistance and employment-related services to families with minor children. When one or both parents are absent, disabled, deceased or unemployed, if eligible for CalWORKS you automatically qualify for Medi-Cal and might qualify for CalFresh. (California state program administered by Orange County.)

Income Assistance
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
2020 West Walnut Street, Santa Ana
Phone:
(714) 834-8899

Temporary cash aid to eligible indigent adults with no minor children who are ineligible for Federal or State programs. Benefits are considered a loan and must be repaid. To be eligible, must be a U.S. citizen or legal alien resident in Orange County and meet income and property requirements. If you are employable you must register with GR Work program. Also provides financial benefits for cremation and burial expenses. (Orange County program.)

Income Assistance
Updated: Oct 2018

Agency responsible for planning, implementing and operating many of the social services programs provided by the county. Includes information about child/elder abuse reporting, Medi-Cal, food stamps, healthcare, youth services, community resources and other available programs.

Social Services
Updated: Oct 2018
The Salvation Army Orange County doing the most good
Address:
1710 West Edinger Avenue, Santa Ana
Phone:
(714) 384-0481

Food distribution, utility assistance, transportation (gas vouchers, bus tickets), clothing, household items, other forms of assistance and community referrals.

Basic Needs / Financial, Clothing, Food, Rental/Utility Assistance, Social Services, Transportation
Updated: Jan 2019
Second Harvest Food Bank Orange County member of Feeding America
Phone:
(949) 653-0700

In partnership with more than 340 member charities, the Second Harvest Food Bank helps feed more than 200,000 individuals each month through primary services of acquiring and distributing donated and surplus food. Mobile pantries offer fresh produce at various locations across the county and the website provides additional useful links to emergency food and meals locations.

Basic Needs / Financial, Food
Updated: Jan 2019
Address:
1206 17th Street, Santa Ana
Phone:
(714) 352-2911

Community health center providing primary health care services, including general medicine, pediatrics, women’s health, family planning, dentistry, vision/optometry, Behavioral Health Services, health screenings, preventative care and health education. Open Tuesday-Friday 8:00AM-5:00PM and Saturday 8:00AM-4:30PM.

Food pantry on the first and third Saturday of the month. Free grocery bag of food, and fresh vegetables and fruits when available. Free articles of clothing, shoes, baby food, diapers and toiletries also provided subject to availability. More information: http://serve-the-people.com/what-we-do/foodpantry.html

Basic Needs / Financial, Food, Legal Assistance, Social Services, Health / Medical, Dental, Free/Low-Cost Clinics, Health Education, Pregnancy, Mental Health / Therapy, Individual
Updated: Jan 2019
Share Our Selves
Address:
Locations in Costa Mesa, Santa Ana, Newport Beach, Lake Forest
Phone:
(949) 270-2100

Health center providing high-quality, comprehensive safety net services to the OC community. Services include medical care, dental care, behavioral health and social services at eight health centers, as well as mobile units. Comprehensive social services include case management, food pantry and emergency financial assistance.

Food pantry: Monday-Friday 8:00AM-4:30PM at SOS Community Health Center, 1550 Superior Ave, Costa Mesa. Bags are filled with fresh produce, meats, dairy products, breads and assorted canned goods.

Basic Needs / Financial, Food, Rental/Utility Assistance, Social Services, Health / Medical, Dental, Free/Low-Cost Clinics, Health Education, Medication/Prescriptions, Pregnancy, Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual
Updated: Jan 2019
Address:
26051 Acero Road, Mission Viejo
Phone:
(800) 772-1213 / TTY: (800) 325-0778

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) pays wage replacement income benefits to those who worked long enough and paid Social Security taxes. Eligibility includes having worked in jobs covered by Social Security and having a medical condition that meets Social Security's definition of disability. Generally available to people who are unable to work for a year or more. (Federal program administered by U.S. Social Security Administration.)

Basic Needs / Financial, Income Assistance, Disability
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
720 West 19th Street, Costa Mesa

Hot meal served daily, Monday-Friday 12:00PM-3:00PM. Breakfast served Saturday and Sunday 9:00AM-11:00AM.

Basic Needs / Financial, Food
Updated: Oct 2018
South County Outreach
Address:
26776 Vista Terrace, Lake Forest
Phone:
(949) 380-8144

Comprehensive services to families and seniors. Food, shelter, computer learning lab, transitional housing, clothing, as well as one-time rental and utility assistance in short-term crises to prevent homelessness.

Basic Needs / Financial, Clothing, Food, Housing, Rental/Utility Assistance, Social Services
Updated: Jan 2019
Address:
26051 Acero Road, Mission Viejo
Phone:
(800) 772-1213 / TTY: (800) 325-0778

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program pays benefits to aged, blind, and disabled people who have limited or no income, providing cash to meet basic needs for food, clothing and shelter. SSI is funded by general tax revenues and eligibility is based on income and disability, not years of experience. (Federal program administered by U.S. Social Security Administration.)

Basic Needs / Financial, Income Assistance, Disability
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Parking lot of UCI Anaheim Family Health Center, Anaheim
300 West Carl Karcher Way
Email:

In collaboration with the Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County, the UCI Mobile Food Pantry gives away fresh fruits and vegetables on the first Saturday of each month at 9:00AM-11:00AM (Santa Ana) and the third Friday of each month at 4:00PM-9:00PM (Anaheim).

Basic Needs / Financial, Food
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Parking lot of UCI Health Family Health Center, Santa Ana
800 North Main Street
Email:

In collaboration with the Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County, the UCI Mobile Food Pantry gives away fresh fruits and vegetables on the first Saturday of each month at 9:00AM-11:00AM (Santa Ana) and the third Friday of each month at 4:00PM-9:00PM (Anaheim).

Basic Needs / Financial, Food
Updated: Oct 2018
Email:

Public/private partnership web project portal for individuals, families and social service agencies concerned with community mental health services, substance use treatment programs and help for people with developmental disabilities. Orange County resource for individuals, families and agencies concerned with behavioral health. Information about services, laws, related news, as well as communication tools and other features. Searchable by category, agency name or keyword.

Addiction, Chemical Dependency Treatment, Educational Materials, Meetings/Support, Residential Treatment, Therapy/Counseling, Basic Needs / Financial, Career/Job Development, Child Care, Clothing, Food, Homeless Shelters, Housing, Income Assistance, Legal Assistance, Rental/Utility Assistance, Social Services, Transportation, Emergency / Safety, Health / Medical, Dental, Health Education, Insurance, Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual, Inpatient Treatment, Outpatient Program, Support G...
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(855) 625-4657 / TDD: (714) 834-2332

Live chat available. Telephone and online support for anyone seeking information or linkage to OC Health Care Agency's Behavioral Health Services. Assists callers in the navigation of the county's Behavioral Health System through information, referral and linkage directly to programs that meet the needs of callers.

Addiction, Chemical Dependency Treatment, Educational Materials, Meetings/Support, Residential Treatment, Therapy/Counseling, LGBTQ+, Mental Health / Therapy, Consultation, Family & Children, Individual, Inpatient Treatment, Outpatient Program, Support Groups
Updated: Oct 2018

Online guide providing unbiased reviews of app and other digitial tools for mental health, scored based on credibility, user experience and transparency.

Educational Materials
Updated: Nov 2018

Confidential, anonymous source of information for persons seeking treatment facilities for substance abuse/addiction or mental health problems.

Addiction, Chemical Dependency Treatment, Educational Materials, Residential Treatment
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(800) 662-4357

Free, confidential, 24/7 treatment referral routing service in English and Spanish for individuals and family members facing substance abuse and mental health issues. Referrals to local treatment facilities, support groups and community-based organizations.

Addiction, Chemical Dependency Treatment, Hotlines, Therapy/Counseling, Residential Treatment, Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018
California WIC Women, Infants & Children
Address:
Sign-up locations throughout Orange County
Phone:
Info: (800) 564-8448 / Appts: (888) 968-7942

Provides supplemental food, nutrition education, breastfeeding support and help finding health care and other community services for low- to moderate-income pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum people, and infants/children up to age 5 who are at nutritional risk. The purpose of WIC is to prevent health problems and to improve the health of program participants during critical times of growth and development. (California state program administered by Orange County.)

Basic Needs / Financial, Food, Health / Medical, Health Education, Pregnancy
Updated: Jan 2019
Address:
19200 Garden Grove Boulevard, Suite 220A, Santa Ana
Phone:
(714) 636-1949

Asian Pacific AIDS Intervention Team. Weekly social support group. Free, culturally sensitive services for underserved communities living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS and other health disparities, including testing, substance abuse programs and health education programs.

LGBTQ+, Mental Health / Therapy, Support Groups
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(714) 748-1113

Meetings for those affected by excessive drinking of someone close. Searchable meeting directory for times and locations in Orange County.

Addiction, Meetings/Support, Mental Health / Therapy, Support Groups
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(714) 556-4555
Email:

Meetings for those who want to stop drinking. Includes national website and free literature. Searchable meeting directory for times and locations in Orange County.

Addiction, Meetings/Support, Mental Health / Therapy, Support Groups
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Orange
Phone:
(714) 628-2584
Email:

Services include will drafting, advance health care directives, representation at administrative hearings, addressing elder abuse, and advising on rights as consumers and how to avoid financial abuse.

Basic Needs / Financial, Legal Assistance, Seniors
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
770 The City Drive South, Suite 7400, Orange
Phone:
Helpline: (800) 272-3900

Helpline available 24/7. Local office offers core services, such as family consultation/care plan, information and referrals, support groups, safety services and education.

Seniors
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Nearby locations in Irvine, Santa Ana, Anaheim, Garden Grove

Network of career centers for California employers and job seekers providing no-cost employment and job training services, including a resource center.

Basic Needs / Financial, Career/Job Development
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
601 South Lewis Street, Suite 302, Garden Grove
Phone:
(714) 620-3810
Email:

Low-cost mental health services and psychological testing to individuals with no health insurance. Fees for psychotherapy range from $5 to $50 dollars, based on the household monthly income. Sessions usually last 50 minutes.

Mental Health / Therapy, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Locations in Santa Ana, Orange, Laguna Hills
Phone:
(714) 547-1404
Email:

Outpatient drug and alcohol treatment. AA meetings, DUI program, dual diagnosis. Does not accept private insurance. Programs offered in English and Spanish.

Addiction, Chemical Dependency Treatment, Therapy/Counseling, Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Support Groups
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Rancho Mirage
Phone:
(888) 475-4921

Wide variety of help for those seeking an alcohol and/or drug treatment program. Programs are based on the 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and are gender-specific. Treatment activities include individual therapy, specialty groups, fitness, educational lectures and group therapy.

Addiction, Chemical Dependency Treatment
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(800) 952-5544 / TTY: (844) 729-2800
Email:

Employment and independent living resource for people with disabilities. Assists with obtaining and retaining employment.

Basic Needs / Financial, Career/Job Development, Disability
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(415) 703-2627
Email:

Program for discounted phone service for low-income individuals or families.

Basic Needs / Financial, Rental/Utility Assistance
Updated: Oct 2018

Assistance to eligible low-income households to manage and meet their immediate home heating and/or cooling needs. Services include utility payment assistance and free weatherization energy efficiency upgrade services.

Rental/Utility Assistance
Updated: Oct 2018

Center for Fulfilling Solutions

Address:
12900 Garden Grove Boulevard, Suite 138, Garden Grove
Phone:
(714) 750-6111

Court-approved perpetrator program for domestic violence, juvenile anger management program, licensed therapist for general counseling.

Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Nearby locations in Costa Mesa, Orange
Phone:
(714) 558-9266
Email:

Faith-based individual, family, couples, child and adolescent counseling for child abuse, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, divorce recovery, gambling, smoking addictions, sexual addictions, grief, life stage adjustments, personality disorders, substance abuse and parenting. Does not accept insurance. Reduced-fee services available.

Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
260 Newport Center Drive, Newport Beach
232 West Main St, Suite 101, Tustin
Phone:
(888) 795-4337

Psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, biofeedback and education services for children, youth, adults, couples and families. Specialization in marital discord, anger management, anxiety/phobias, sexual abuse issues, stress and pain management, substance abuse, eating disorders, sexual identity issues, domestic violence and bereavement. Sliding-fee scale. Accepts some HMOs.

Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Crean Building, Orange
501 West Palm Ave
Phone:
(714) 997-6746

Marriage and family therapy trainees offer quality and affordable mental health care for individual, couples and families. Sliding-fee scale.

Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
4199 Campus Drive, Suite E, Irvine
Phone:
(949) 769-7700

Master’s-level trainees offer individual, couples and group therapy, psychological testing, substance abuse and domestic violence treatment and educational seminars. Sliding-fee scale.

Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
525 Cabrillo Park Drive, Suite 300, Santa Ana
Phone:
(714) 953-4455

Counseling services for children, parents and families. Also provides Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) treatment to improve parent child bond, communication and effective positive discipline in young children.

Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
333 South Anita Drive, Suite 350, Orange
Phone:
(714) 456-9800

Community education services, child care, development services and family resource services, as well as child care resource referral and financial assistance programs.

Basic Needs / Financial, Child Care
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Heritage Park, Irvine
14341 Yale Avenue
Phone:
(949) 724-6632

Assistance with childcare providers and financial assistance options. Monday-Thursday 10:00AM-5:00PM and by appointment.

Basic Needs / Financial, Child Care
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
1 Civic Center Plaza, Irvine
Phone:
(949) 724-6632

Affordable school-age childcare for children of families who live or work in Irvine, through community-based organizations located on elementary school sites. Scholarships available.

Child Care
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(949) 486-0458

Consortium of safety net providers and partners creating free and low-cost, quality health care for vulnerable and underserved populations.

Health / Medical, Free/Low-Cost Clinics
Updated: Oct 2018

Meetings for those who have a desire to stop using cocaine and other mind-altering substances. Searchable meeting directory for times and locations in Orange County.

Addiction, Meetings/Support, Mental Health / Therapy, Support Groups
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
301 Victoria Street, Costa Mesa
Phone:
(949) 642-2734

Inpatient medical detoxification and group therapy.

Addiction, Chemical Dependency Treatment, Therapy/Counseling, Emergency / Safety, Mental Health, Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual, Inpatient Treatment, LGBTQ+, Outpatient Program
Updated: Dec 2018
Helping People. Changing Lives. Community Action Partnership of Orange County
Phone:
(714) 839-6199
Email:

Utility assistance for current bills. Limited assistance with past due bills that are pending disconnects. Assistance with energy and weatherization home projects.

Basic Needs / Financial, Food, Rental/Utility Assistance
Updated: Jan 2019
Address:
2101 North Tustin Avenue, Santa Ana
Phone:
(800) 834-5001

Free legal advice, counseling and representation on civil matters (not including divorce). Services to low-income individuals and seniors age 60+ in Orange County and southeast and south-central portions of Los Angeles County.

Legal Assistance
Updated: Mar 2019
Address:
Locations in Orange, Santa Ana, Tustin
Phone:
(714) 547-5375
Email:

All levels of alcohol and drug detox and rehab treatment programs providing a full continuum of care, including detox, primary rehab, extended care, outpatient treatment, alternative sentencing, recovery homes and sober living in Orange County.

Addiction, Chemical Dependency Treatment
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
1971 East 4th Street, Suite 200, Santa Ana
Phone:
(714) 479-0107

Ombudsman work to resolve problems and concerns of individual residents of nursing and residential care facilities by creating a presence through regular unannounced visits, monitoring conditions and care, and providing a voice for those unable to speak for themselves.

Seniors
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(855) 638-4373

24-hour helpline providing information and offering support to anyone seeking recovery from crystal meth addiction. Not a crisis hotline.

Hotlines
Updated: Nov 2018
Address:
1 Smoketree, Irvine
Phone:
(949) 936-5890

Parenting support and education, medical supportive services for children and school preparation for children 0-5 years living within Irvine Unified School District.

Child Care, Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
201 South Broadway, Santa Ana
Phone:
(714) 569-0823 / (800) 698-FAIR

Fair housing enforcement and education, landlord/tenant counseling, mediation and homebuyer HUD counseling, including first-time homebuyer education and mortgage default counseling. Free to low-to-moderate income clients. Available in Spanish and Vietnamese.

Basic Needs / Financial, Housing, Legal Assistance
Updated: Oct 2018
FAM Family Assistance Ministries
Address:
Locations in San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Dana Point
Phone:
(949) 492-8477

Food pantry, rental and utility assistance, bus and gas vouchers, transitional shelter for single women and women with children under 12, free tax help, credit counseling.

Basic Needs / Financial, Food, Housing, Rental/Utility Assistance, Transportation
Updated: Jan 2019
Address:
130 West Bastanchury Road, Fullerton
Phone:
(800) 543-8312 / (714) 446-5030

Individualized supportive services to families coping with the physical, emotional and financial responsibilities of caregiving.

Seniors
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
1000 Quail Street, Suite 187, Newport Beach
Phone:
(949) 474-4337

Offers individual, family, play, group and marital therapies for patients and their families to learn to cope with the feelings surroundingt he diagnosis, treatment and side effects of cancer. Services are individualized according to needs of each patient. Accepts most insurance, private pay, sliding-fee scale. No one turned away for lack of funds.

Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(888) 843-4564
Email:

Free and confidential peer-support via telephone, chat or email. Local resource database.

Emergency / Safety, Hotlines, LGBTQ+
Updated: Oct 2018

Compare prices and discounts from pharmacies in your area.

Health / Medical, Medication/Prescriptions
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(714) 560-0424 / Hotline: (800) 434-0222

This program provided by the Council on Aging offers unbiased individualized counseling, community outreach, and public education about Medicare and other related health insurance topics. Trained staff and volunteers can help with better understanding benefits, how the health care system works and acquiring services.

Health / Medical, Insurance, Seniors
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Hoag Hospital, Newport Beach
Phone:
(877) 563-8688
Email:

Medical model alcohol and drug treatment program. Detoxification, inpatient, day care, outpatient and tracks for males and females. 12-step oriented, with strong family involvement and long-term supportive aftercare. Free consultation and assessment. Accepts most insurances. No dual-diagnosis unless stabilized.

Addiction, Chemical Dependency Treatment, Therapy/Counseling, Mental Health / Therapy
Updated: Jan 2019
Address:
307 Placentia Avenue, Suite 100B, Newport Beach
Phone:
(949) 764-6542

Free, short-term counseling services to neighboring communities. Services focus on individuals of low-income status with no health insurance coverage. Individuals with severe psychiatric disorders will be referred out. Also offers workshops and groups.

Mental Health / Therapy, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018
Human Options Breaking the cycle of domestic violence.
Address:
Locations in Costa Mesa, Santa Ana, Newport Beach

(Select Center for Children and Families in the left menu.) Sliding-scale services including counseling for children, families and adults. Parenting classes and psycho-educational support groups also available. Legal advocacy provided through scheduled legal clinics. Choose Center for Children and Families in the left menu for location and phone number information.

Basic Needs / Financial, Legal Assistance, Domestic Violence, Therapy/Counseling, Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children
Updated: Jan 2019
Phone:
(714) 825-3000

County-funded service providing payment to care providers for elderly and disabled adults to be able to meet individual need and assure they live safely at home. Services may include house cleaning, shopping, cooking, laundry and personal care.

Disability, Seniors
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
3387 Barranca Parkway, Irvine
Phone:
(949) 936-7457

Part of Irvine Unified School District. Provides career training and placement for adults.

Career/Job Development
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(949) 936-7504

For K-12 students and families in the Irvine Unified School District. Sliding scale individual and family counseling. Parent education classes and support groups. Resource referrals.

Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
999 Corporate Drive, Suite 225, Ladera Ranch
Phone:
(949) 361-3775

Sliding-scale counseling services available to children, families, couples, men and women. Psycho-educational, therapeutic and support groups also available. Bilingual services available.

Domestic Violence, Therapy/Counseling, Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
1215 East Chapman Avenue, Orange
Phone:
(714) 633-4600

Free clinic working to meet the healthcare needs of low-income and uninsured Southern Californians. Services include dental care, diagnostic imaging, health fairs, mental health counseling, optometry, specialty care, pedicatric care and primary care.

Health / Medical, Dental, Free/Low-Cost Clinics, Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Six locations in Los Angeles

Services for LGBT individuals and families in Los Angeles. Health services including primary care, HIV/STD prevention and treatment, individual and group mental health counseling. Social services support for youth, transgender individuals, legal services, senior services, support groups.

Health / Medical, Health Education, LGBTQ+, Mental Health / Therapy
Updated: Oct 2018

12-step program meeting information for addicts recovering from marijuana addiction in District 5 Orange County.

Addiction, Meetings/Support, Mental Health / Therapy, Support Groups
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
812 Town and Country Road, Orange
Phone:
(714) 547-6494

Affordable mental health and recovery counseling, life skills education and supportive services to women and families. Specializes in substance abuse, domestic violence, anger management, grief and general counseling. Groups offered. Men's individual and group counseling also available.

Addiction, Therapy/Counseling, Domestic Violence, Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
31872 Coast Highway, Laguna Beach
27700 Medical Center Rd, Mission Viejo
Phone:
(866) 633-6787

Comprehensive treatment for adults with chemical dependency due to alcohol, prescription medication, or illegal substances in an accredited acute care hospital with specially trained staff and exceptional medical leadership.

Mental Health / Therapy, Individual, Inpatient Treatment, Outpatient Program
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Mission Hospital, Laguna Beach
Phone:
(866) 633-6787

Comprehensive treatment for adults with chemical dependency, located in an accredited acute care hospital. Highly structured programs including medical detoxification, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, family program and alumni program.

Addiction, Chemical Dependency Treatment
Updated: Oct 2018

Meeting information for twelve-step program for families and friends of drug abusers.

Addiction, Meetings/Support, Mental Health / Therapy, Support Groups
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(714) 590-2388

Meeting information for local twelve-step self-help recovering program for addicts who want to overcome their addiction to drugs.

Addiction, Meetings/Support, Mental Health / Therapy, Support Groups
Updated: Jan 2019
Address:
1810 East 17th Street, Santa Ana
Phone:
(714) 544-8488

Free educational programs, advocacy, meetings and support groups throughout the county addressing all aspects of mental health. Services and programs available for families and clients dealing with the effects of mental illness.

Mental Health / Therapy, Educational Materials, Support Groups
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
Helpline: (800) 503-6897

Online resource for programs providing assistance to those unable to afford medications and healthcare costs. Information on prescription assistance programs, coupons, drug discount cards, scholarships and government programs.

Health / Medical, Medication/Prescriptions
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Costa Mesa
Phone:
(800) 939-6636

Residential social model recovery program serving women suffering from addictions. Individual and group therapy, family treatment and children services, after care and follow-up.

Addiction, Residential Treatment, Therapy/Counseling, Mental Health / Therapy, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
2035 East Ball Road, Suite 100-C, Anaheim
Phone:
(714) 517-6100

Acceptance through Compassionate Care, Empowerment and Positive Transformation. Community-based mental health and supportive services to individuals struggling with or identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex or questioning, and the people important in their lives. Services include short-term individual and family counseling, resource and service linkage, social support groups and free trainings for the community and healthcare professionals.

LGBTQ+, Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
Hotline: (800) 451-5155

24-hour hotline to report suspected isolation, abandonment, abduction, self-neglect, neglect by others or financial, emotional, sexual and physical abuse of elderly or disabled adults.

Emergency / Safety, Hotlines, Seniors
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(714) 480-2700
Email:

List provided by the OC Housing Authority to assist with multi-family, "deed restricted," affordable rental housing in Orange County.

Basic Needs / Financial, Housing
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(800) 914-4887

Information and phone numbers to Orange County public health clinics and community clinics offering free and low-cost services.

Health / Medical, Free/Low-Cost Clinics, Health Education
Updated: Oct 2018

Information on the Adult Emergency Dental Clinic, Children's Dental Clinic and Ryan White HIV/AIDS Dental Program.

Health / Medical, Dental
Updated: Oct 2018

Free procedural assistance and informative workshops to those who do now have attorneys. Open during regular court hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00AM-4:00PM and Friday 8:00AM-3:00PM.

Legal Assistance
Updated: Oct 2018
Phone:
(949) 440-6747 / (877) 257-4762

Online referral request form available. Orange County Bar Association’s non-profit legal referral service. Prospective clients receive a free, brief consultation to review legal issues and discuss fees. $25 for first referral in one area of law. Also offers Modest Means program for referral to community pro bono services for callers unable to afford attorneys' fees. Bilingual services provided.

Basic Needs / Financial, Legal Assistance
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
62 Discovery, Irvine
Phone:
(888) 700-0805 / (949) 551-4272

Programs for mood disorders, eating disorders, chemical dependency and duel diagnosis. Day treatment/partial hospitalization program, intensive outpatient program and other outpatient services. Covered by most insurances (HMO, PPO).

Addiction, Therapy/Counseling, LGBTQ+, Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual, Outpatient Program, Support Groups
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Orange
Phone:
Access Center: (877) 722-2737 / Main Office: (626) 254-5000
Email:

Mental health services for adults with severe and persistent mental illness. Psychiatric evaluation, case management, psychosocial rehabilitation, individual therapy, group therapy, family/couples therapy, crisis intervention, vocational counseling, substance abuse groups, mental health groups and drop-in services. Services Medi-Cal recipients only.

Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018

Free service helps qualifying patients without prescription drug coverage get the medicines they need for free or nearly free. Single point-of-access to more than 475 public and private programs.

Health / Medical, Medication/Prescriptions
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
18111 Von Karman Avenue, Suite 401, Irvine
Phone:
(949) 223-2570

Mental health care for individual, couples and families by Master’s-level trainees. Fees based on a sliding scale.

Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Santa Ana

Residential and outpatient treatment program based on behavioral modification for drug abuse. Fees may be paid through insurance benefits with co-pay determined by insurance plans, Medi-Cal and Drug Medi-Cal for low-income clients, government contracts for qualifying individuals without the ability to pay, and self-pay with a sliding fee scale based on income.

Addiction, Residential Treatment, Therapy/Counseling, Mental Health / Therapy
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Chapman Medical Center, Orange
Phone:
(800) 337-2966

Comprehensive inpatient and outpatient chemical dependency recovery program for adolescents ages 12-17 and adults. Free assessments for non-urgent cases. Medically monitored 30-day program includes individual, family and group counseling, and heavy 12-step involvement. Accepts most insurances. Initial consultations are free and confidential.

Addiction, Chemical Dependency Treatment
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
601 West Civic Center Drive West, Santa Ana
Phone:
(714) 541-1010
Email:

Provides free civil legal services, including counseling, individual representation, community education and strategic litigation and advocacy. Several community services and legal clinics throughout Orange County. Also offers Southeast Asian Legal Outreach Project (SEALOP) and AIDS Legal Assistance Project (ALAP).

Basic Needs / Financial, Legal Assistance
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Lakeview Senior Center, Irvine
20 Lake Road
Phone:
(949) 724-6900

Free legal services to Orange County residents age 60+ who at or below the poverty level. Visits ovarious Orange County senior centers once a month.

Basic Needs / Financial, Legal Assistance, Seniors
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
1100 West Stewart Drive, Orange
Phone:
(714) 633-9111

Treatment for psychiatric and/or chemical dependency. Treatment includes medical supervision and medication management by a psychiatrist as well as patient education and treatment related to psychiatric symptoms and/or substance dependence. Individual, group, and family therapy is also part of treatment.

Addiction, Chemical Dependency Treatment, Therapy/Counseling, Mental Health / Therapy, Individual, Inpatient Treatment, Outpatient Program
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Meeting location: 4210 Natural Sciences II

Daily meetings on campus. Monday-Friday 12:00PM-1:00PM.

Addiction, Meetings/Support, Mental Health / Therapy, Support Groups
Updated: Feb 2019
Address:
1605 North Spurgeon Street, Santa Ana
Phone:
(714) 953-5428

Offers sliding scale fee based mental health counseling, HIV testing, referrals to LGBT-competent services, such as physicians and attorneys, roommate/housing bulletin, and other various services.

Basic Needs / Financial, Legal Assistance, LGBTQ+, Mental Health / Therapy
Updated: Oct 2018

Network of recovering lawyers, law students and judges dedicated to assisting others within the legal profession who are suffering from alcohol and substance abuse problems.

Addiction, Meetings/Support, Mental Health / Therapy, Support Groups
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Locations in Mission Viejo, Orange, Los Alamitos, Torrance, West Hollywood, North Hollywood
Phone:
(866) 594-8844

Offers intensive outpatient treatment for adult and adolescent addictions.

Addiction, Chemical Dependency Treatment, Therapy/Counseling, Mental Health / Therapy
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
101 The City Drive South, Orange
Phone:
(714) 456-5902

Comprehensive mental health services for children and adults, including inpatient hospitalization as well as outpatient and emergency psychiatry.

Mental Health / Therapy, Family & Children, Individual, Inpatient Treatment, Outpatient Program
Updated: Oct 2018
Children sitting on a University Montessori sign
Address:
101 Russell Place, Irvine
Phone:
(949) 854-6030

Montessori school located in University Hills. Priority placement to staff, faculty and students. Other locations in University Park, West Park and Northwood Point neighborhoods.

Basic Needs / Financial, Child Care
Updated: Jan 2019
Address:
12453 Lewis Street, Suite 101, Garden Grove
Phone:
(714) 776-0161

Monday-Thursday 8:00AM-8:30PM and Friday-Saturday 8:00AM-4:30PM. Center services include individual/group and family counseling, substance abuse assessment and referral, and employment referral for veterans and servicemembers.

Basic Needs / Financial, Career/Job Development, Income Assistance, Mental Health / Therapy, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
26431 Crown Valley Parkway, Suite 100, Mission Viejo
Phone:
(949) 348-6700

Monday-Thursday 8:00AM-8:00PM and Friday 8:00AM-4:30PM. Center services include individual/group and family counseling, substance abuse assessment and referral, and employment referral for veterans and servicemembers.

Career/Job Development, Income Assistance, Mental Health / Therapy, Individual
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Nearest Walmart Pharmacy: 16555 Von Karman Avenue, Suite A, Irvine
Phone:
(949) 623-7467

Prescription assistance program offered at Walmart Pharmacies. Provides generic drugs at $4 for a 30-day supply and $10 for a 90-day supply.

Health / Medical, Medication/Prescriptions
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Lamoreaux Family Justice Center, Orange
341 The City Dr, Room 705
Phone:
(714) 935-7956

Support and assistance to those experiencing domestic or family violence in applying for a temporary restraining order, exploring options for safe housing, accessing counseling services and during criminal justice system proceedings. Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00AM-4:00PM (Closed 12:00PM-12:30PM).

Basic Needs / Financial, Legal Assistance, Domestic Violence, Hotlines, Shelters, Therapy/Counseling, Emergency / Safety, DV Shelters, Mental Health / Therapy
Updated: Jan 2019
Address:
2803 McGaw Avenue, Irvine
Phone:
(949) 631-2333

Offers employment readiness program, business apparel and professional styling.

Basic Needs / Financial, Career/Job Development, Clothing
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
3030 Pullman Street, Costa Mesa
Phone:
(714) 210-2460

Provides job skills training, job placement assistance and wardrobe services.

Basic Needs / Financial, Career/Job Development, Clothing
Updated: Oct 2018
Address:
Locations throughout Orange County

Fitness, recreational, youth and after-school programs. Provides before and after-school care, sports programs, mentoring and supportive programs for school age children and developmentally delayed clients. Fitness training and adult sports. Financial assistance available for those who are eligible.

Basic Needs / Financial, Child Care, Health / Medical, Fitness
Updated: Oct 2018
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Mental health providers on campus maintain a database of community providers (psychotherapists, psychiatrists and community clinics) who can provide services to our students. You can apply to be part of our referral database by creating an account and completing an application. Please allow approximately 30 minutes to complete the form in full; there is no option to save in-progress.

Therapists on our list must meet minimal qualifications, including having active California licensure (i.e., clinical psychology, MFT or LCSW) and proof of malpractice insurance. Submission of your information does not guarantee inclusion on our database. Submissions must be reviewed and approved by the Campus Social Worker.

Addiction, Therapy/Counseling, Domestic Violence, LGBTQ+, Mental Health / Therapy, Educational Materials, Family & Children, Individual, Inpatient Treatment, Outpatient Program, Support Groups
Updated: Dec 2018

One-stop resource for comprehensive research-based information on issues related to alcohol abuse and binge drinking among college students provided by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA).

Addiction, Educational Materials
Updated: Oct 2018

Publications on alcohol abuse, such as pamphlets, brochures, fact sheets, posters and professional education materials. Research information such as statistics and conference information.

Addiction, Educational Materials
Updated: Oct 2018

Education resources and materials on drugs of abuse, curriculum guides, research and funding information, and publications for medical and health professionals, researchers, parents and teachers, as well as students and young adults.

Addiction, Educational Materials
Updated: Oct 2018

Provides free substance abuse literature. Information often offered in several languages. SAMHSA has educational brochures, pamphlets and posters that can be easily ordered by mail or downloaded. 

Addiction, Educational Materials
Updated: Oct 2018