Safety and Wellness Resources

Safety & Wellness Resources

Be Well. Be Safe. Be Berkeley.

The UC Berkeley campus is filled with resources to make your college experience a positive and safe one. We’re highlighting some key resources below to make navigating those resources a little easier.

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A comprehensive resource of support services offered across campus.

UHS Resources

University Health services website, with quick links to mental health services, nutrition, health insurance information, and more.

Safety Resources

Bear Transit Night Shuttles run from 7:30pm to 3am with pick-ups and drop-offs all along the perimeter of campus. The program runs a clockwise and counterclockwise loop around campus, as well as a door-to-door service.

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Blue Light Phones are emergency phones located at various locations on the UC Berkeley campus and are usable by anyone. Use them if you are in danger, feel as if you are in danger, or if you witness someone else in danger.

BearWalk is a student-run organization of CSOs (Community Service Officer) who escort students from dusk to 2:30am.

WarnMe is the notification system that is used for the UC Berkeley community to send out timely warnings, community advisings, and emergency notifications. WarnMe can also be used to provide updates on critical incidents that have happened on and/or near campus.

Safety Ambassadors assess the safety and wellbeing of individuals in residential halls, by monitoring entrances and exits, providing safety education topics and resource information, and assisting with emergency situations.

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Financial Wellness Resources

The Center for Financial Wellness offers iGrad to all UC Berkeley students, faculty, and staff. Access a personalized dashboard of resources to improve your money management, career, and student loan knowledge skills.

Connect 1-1 with a peer advisor or financial wellness coach to get advice and guidance on your financial wellness.

Physical & Mental Health Resources

A variety of options from individual counseling to group workshops. Also you will find self-help apps and information on mental health topics.

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Students with urgent needs should call (510) 642-9494 to speak with a counselor from Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM. After-hours support line at (855) 817-5667.

Informal, brief, free drop-on consultations with UHS mental health counselors to discuss feelings of anxiety, depression, or relationship concerns.

If you are not sure where to start when it comes to your health right then give (510) 643-7197 a call or send a secure message via eTang. Questions could be medical, about home care-advice, or for finding the best services for you.

Meet with a professional health educator to talk about your wellness or sexual health. Appointments are free and a great way to help you set and achieve your health goals.

All students have access to the UHS Pharmacy for over-the-counter medications, contraceptive products, and general products at discounted prices for UC Berkeley students with no prescription required.

Meet with registered dieticians, attend nutrition events on campus, and get nutrition and recipe information.

SHEP provides knowledge, student “sexperts”, and cost effective options for sexual health.

Review the toolkit before hosting your next party.

Path to Care supports survivors of sexual violence, sexual harassment, intimate partner violence, and stalking through prevention, advocacy, training, and healing.

Peer educators and staff facilitators provide workshops to promote bystander intervention and community engagement to keep our campus safe.

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