Mental Health Map

This map does not reflect campus updates regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit UC Davis Coronavirus and UC Davis Campus Ready for the most up-to-date information regarding campus guidelines and coronavirus updates. If you have questions regarding mental health support and available resources, contact us at eachaggiematters@ucdavis.edu.  

How to Use the Map

  1. Click one of the three topic areas below. Each topic areas offers specific resources– e.g., I need help now, I’m in crisis offers crisis support locations on-campus for students.
  2. Next, select the resources of interest to you using the navigation menu below.
  3. Once you’ve selected the resources, click on “apply” to display the locations on the map. Note: the default for each map includes all locations specific to that topic area.
  4. Learn more about each location by clicking on the blue map pins. Each location provides information including hours, description, and address. You can also click on the location name – e.g., Acute Care Clinic to read the information on a different webpage.
  5. To clear your selections, apply the reset button to return to the default view.

Questions about the Mental Health Map? Email us at eachaggiematters@ucdavis.edu

I need help now, I'm in crisis

If you are experiencing an emergency, dial 911 immediately. To find the nearest emergency room, visit this page.

This map provides information on specific locations where students can access crisis support. It’s important to note that these locations only provide crisis support during the hours provided. In addition to our physical locations, there are several other ways you can get crisis support 24/7 including:

Support by texting: Text “RELATE” to 741741 for free, 24/7, immediate and confidential crisis counseling. Learn more by visiting this page.

Support by phone: For students experiencing a mental health crisis, you have a few options.

  • You can call our Student Health and Counseling Services after-hours line and speak with a counselor by calling 530-752-2349 (follow the prompts).
  • You can also call Yolo County’s 24-hour Crisis Line at 530-756-5000. This line offers confidential, anonymous telephone crisis support and referral information.
  • If you are a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault and/or human trafficking, Each Aggie Matters encourages you to call 530-662-1133.

Additional resources can be found by visiting this page.