Sunday 2 October 2022
University Main Campus
In light of recent events:
Counseling and Psychological Services at UC Merced extend our hearts to those who have been impacted by the recent tragic events in Texas and New York. We recognize the world, on a daily basis may feel increasingly unsafe and that these tragic circumstances can evoke a variety of thoughts, feelings, and reactions. During these times, please know you are not alone.
CAPS staff is here to support you. If you would like to speak with a mental health professional, please contact us at (209) 228-4266.
Date: September 15, 2022
Time: Refreshments start at 5:30 PM, Event start time: 6:00 - 7:00 PM PT with 30 min Q and A to follow
Location: Black Resource Center, Black Resource Lounge: Granite Pass rooms 102 and 103
Panelists: Dr. Akilah, Dr. Dom C., Dr. Nolan
ACCELLION DATA BREACH
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) is available to support the emotional well-being of UC Merced scholars. To speak with a mental health provider, please contact CAPS at (209) 228-4266, Monday through Friday from 8:00 am-4:30 pm.
After business hours, you may speak with a mental health counselor by calling ProtoCall Crisis Services at (209) 228-4266 and pressing option #1. In addition, ProtoCall will be providing an additional option of connecting callers to the Experian line for further assistance with free credit monitoring and identity theft protection services.
LiveHealth: Students enrolled with UCSHIP can access tele-behavioral health services through LiveHealth Online. For more information please visit: https://health.ucmerced.edu/livehealth . Email may be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact them toll free at 1-855-603-7985.
If you are an alum and/or scholar who is interested in accessing community mental health services and need assistance navigating your insurance coverage, please contact UC Merced Student Health Center Insurance Coordinators at:
Email: email@example.com, Phone: 209-228-2273 (option 4). Please leave a voicemail when calling, calls will be returned within 24 business hours.
For the most up to date information regarding the data breach, please visit: https://ucnet.universityofcalifornia.edu/data-security/index.html
For more information: https://nu.concerncenter.com/resource/808
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