Persons in Distress
PERSONS WHO ARE DISTRUPTIVE
If a person displays conduct that is reckless, disorderly, dangerous, threatening, including self-harmful behavior, and you are concerned for your safety or the safety of others, please call the UCI Police Department 9-1-1.
- If the person is a UCI student, report the incident to the Office of Student Conduct.
- If the person is a UCI employee, report the incident to Human Resources.
PERSONS WHO ARE DISTRESSED
A person who is distressed displays persistent behaviors, such as: unduly anxious, sad, irritable, withdrawn, confused, lacks motivation and/or concentration, seeks constant attention, demonstrates bizarre or erratic behavior, or expresses suicidal thoughts.
- If the person is a UCI student, please contact the Counseling Center, Student Health Center, Campus Assault Resources and Education (CARE) or the UCI Police Department for help.
- If the person is a UCI employee, please contact Human Resources, Guidance Resources Employee Assistance Program, or the UCI Police Department for help.
For consultation regarding any of the above information, please contact the UCI Consultation Team through the Office of the Clinical Social Worker.
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS:
|Assistant Vice Chancellor – Wellness, Health & Counseling Services||(949) 824-4642|
|Campus Assault Resources & Education (CARE)||(949) 824-7273|
|Guidance Resources Employee Assistance Program||(844) 824-3273|
|Clinical Social Worker||(949) 824-1418|
|Counseling Center||(949) 824-6457|
|Human Resources||(949) 824-5210|
|Office of Student Conduct||(949) 824-5181|
|Student Health Center||(949) 824-5301|
|UCI Police Department||(949) 824-5223|