Mental & Emotional Well-being Resources
Academics & Staff

  • Academic and Staff Assistance Program (ASAP) – This program provides confidential, cost-free assessment, counseling, consultation, and referral services for all UC Davis/UC Davis Health faculty, staff and their families.
    UC Davis
    Phone: 530-752-2727
    UC Davis Health
    Phone: 916-734-2727
  • Staff and Faculty Health and Well-Being Program- Both Campuses – The Staff and Faculty Health and Well-being Program provides programs focused on well-being, nutrition, health, and stress resilience. It also offers Healthy Department Certification and supports Wellness and Mindfulness Ambassadors.
    Phone: 530-752-6051
  • WorkLife – This department provides programs, policies, referrals and education that enable employees and students to be effective at work, school and home.
    UC Davis
    Phone: 530-754-8791
    UC Davis Health
    Phone: 916-734-2760
  • UC Davis Health Faculty Development and Diversity – This program serves the professional and career needs of faculty.
  • Center for Advocacy Resources and Education: Advocacy Office for Sexual and Gender-based Violence and Sexual Misconduct – The Center provides 24/7 emergency response with crisis intervention and confidential support services for all students, staff and faculty who have experienced any form of sexual or gender-based violence or harassment.
    Phone : (530) 752-3299
  • Harassment & Discrimination Assistance and Prevention Program (HDAPP) – This program assists individuals and campus units report and resolve conflicts and complaints related to harassment, discrimination, hate, and sexual violence. HDAPP is the central office for taking reports and maintaining records for these types of complaints.
    UC Davis
    Phone: 530-747-3864
    UC Davis Health
    Phone: 916-734-3417

    If you do not wish to make a report but want assistance use their anonymous line without identification.
    UC Davis
    Phone:  530-747-3865
    UC Davis Health
    Phone: 916-734-2255

  • Office of the Ombuds – This Office offers coaching to students, staff, and faculty for university-related issues and concerns with confidential, independent, impartial, informal problem-solving and conflict management.
    Phone: 530-754-7233


Additional Community Resources