The Basic Needs Department provides services for students related to food and housing security. Programs include the Student Emergency Intervention & Wellness Program, CalFresh Outreach Program, the ASI Beach Pantry, and the Beach Bites mobile application.
Part of the Student Recreation and Wellness Center, Beach Balance offers various educational opportunities including nutrition, stress management, biofeedback, and overall health education programs.
Beach Buddies is a peer program that provides effective drop-in peer-to-peer mentoring services for students who are experiencing questions and difficulties while pursuing academic degrees at CSULB. We also host drop-in workshops focusing on mental health and wellness for all students to attend.
An integral part of Student Health Service, our behavioral health team currently includes a Psychiatrist, Case Manager who is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), ATOD/Violence and Sexual Misconduct counselor who is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Referral Nurse, and Confidential Victim's Advocate.
BMAC assists students with disabilities by providing support services including accommodations for classroom and campus life activities, career development resources, and disability-related counseling.
The purpose of the CARES Team is to provide a centralized structure for the campus community in our support of students. We provide early intervention and crisis mitigation for students through collaboration with campus departments, faculty, and staff. In collaboration with students, the CARES Team will review all information available on the students’ behavior and background, to develop an individual action plan and provide on-going case management support.
Recreational and competitive clubs, fitness classes, and educational programs.
Services for Adults: individual, couple, or family counseling Services for Children (ages 6-17): intensive academic interventions for reading/writing & math, youth counseling, psychoeducational assessments, and developmental assessments for 3-6 year olds.
CAPS provides students with brief individual counseling, group counseling, referrals services, psychoeducational workshops, and crisis intervention to help students meet their personal challenges associated with identifying and accomplishing academic, career, and life goals.
Free, confidential resource to help you resolve personal, family, or work- related problems before they disrupt your life. Services directly provided by FSAP are available only by appointment at no cost to you.
1045 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 801, Long Beach, CA 90813
Therapy, psychiatry, and case management provided for those affected by trauma.
Resource for sexual misconduct issues: sexual assault, stalking and dating/domestic violence
Confidential Campus Primary Advocate Jacqueline Urtez, Student Health Services, 562.985.2668
Office Hours: 8AM-5PM Mon-Fri Additional Confidential Sources
Linda Peña, Student Health Services, 562.985.1732
Equity & Diversity reviews and investigates allegations of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation related to protected status as well as sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, dating/domestic violence, and stalking at CSULB. Equity & Diversity also handles accommodations for employees, including student workers, provides trainings to campus constituents, and manages related Federal and State legal compliance requirements for students, employees, and University third parties.
Located within Student Health Services, the Office of Wellness & Health Promotion offers health events throughout the semester including virtual health huts and Wellness Wednesdays. We also offer workshops for students including birth control 101, sexual health, sleep health, and nutrition basics. In addition, we have mind & body wellness programs including body positive, koru mindfulness, and yoga for healing.
Peer program that aims to educate the campus on suicide prevention, reduce stigma associated with mental illness, and promotes mental wellness through resource fairs, QPR suicide prevention training, volunteer opportunities, and mental health workshops and outreach
A University faculty practice that educates, consults, and provides expert physical therapy evaluation and treatment of movement dysfunction to optimize health, wellness, function, and quality of life for our campus and local community.
Student Health Services is your on-campus clinic and is open for virtual and in-person appointments. We offer general primary care, reproductive health care, sports medicine, behavioral health services, case management, immunizations, laboratory, radiology, and pharmacy.
YOU at CSULB is a digital platform designed to promote health and overall well-being for each and every student at CSULB. YOU at CSULB helps students design their ideal college experience. Succeed in your academic success and career preparedness; Thrive in your physical and mental health; Matter in your purpose and connection to campus.