Wellness Resources
WH&CS Wellness and Health Resources
Campus Social Worker   Wellness, Health & Counseling Services
  The UCI Campus Social Worker website contains a compilation of social services resources available on campus and in the surrounding community organized by topic.

FOR FACULTY & STAFF: Promoting Student Mental Health: A Guide for UC Faculty and Staff   Counseling Center
  Handbook with information about mental health and the role faculty and staff members can play in providing a supportive academic environment and assisting students who may be in distress.

FOR FACULTY & STAFF: Assisting Students in Distress (Red Folder)   Counseling Center
  A quick reference resource for faculty and staff who may encounter students displaying distressed or disruptive behavior, with information on how to reach out and connect with students, and make appropriate referrals. Find the "Red Folder" PDF at the bottom, listed under Resources.

FOR FACULTY & STAFF: Disability Services Faculty Handbook   Disability Services Center
  A resource to help faculty members with welcoming and providing access for students with disabilities.

Health Topics Information   Center for Student Wellness & Health Promotion
  Information and resources on various common student health topics, including alcohol and drugs, body image and nutrition, sexual health, stress, and smoking.

Student Health News   Student Health Center
  The latest information (including health alerts) released from UCI’s Student Health Center.

Other Campus Wellness Resources
Be Well: Anteater Guide to Health & Help   Student Affairs
  A quick reference to campus resources based on need.

Environmental Health & Safety for Students   Environmental Health & Safety
  Campus safety information specifically for students.

Health & Wellness for Graduate Students   Graduate Division
  Health resources for graduate students. Includes information on health insurance, Graduate Division counselor, and the “Keeping the Balance Wellness Guide.”

UCI Smoke and Tobacco Free Policies & Resources   Facilities Management
  The UC Irvine campus is tobacco-free as of January 2014. Read the latest information on campus policy, and find resources and programs to help you comply with the UC mandate.

Outside Health Information and Resources

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  • Help a Friend in Need - A community guide for college students and young adults to help identify potential warning signs on Facebook that a friend might be in emotional distress and in need of help, and how to handle these situations. Developed through a partnership between the Jed Foundation, Facebook and the Clinton Foundation.
  • Online Mental Health Screenings - Anonymous resources and screenings for depression, anxiety problems, eating disorders, and alcohol problems to help decide if meeting with a therapist might be helpful.

  • Stretch Break - Ergonomic software program to help prevent Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSIs) by gently reminding you to take periodic stretch breaks while using your computer, with full-motion animated figures show you how. The program developer Arthur Saltzman has a Ph.D. from UC Irvine, and it is available free to all students. Download: Windows | Mac